Presentation on theme: "Leading, Teaching and Learning through SAMR Monique Simpson LWDT"— Presentation transcript:
Leading, Teaching and Learning through SAMR Monique Simpson LWDT Facilitator @monsimp
Learning Intentions To investigate the elements of the SAMR model and their relevance to leaders, teachers & learners. To evaluate examples of practice using the SAMR levels of ICT integration. To generate next steps for our practice and to share these with colleagues.
SAMR Explained The SAMR model is a tool for understanding the levels of integration of digital technologies in learning.
SAMR Explained Teachers and leaders can use SAMR to help: plan units of learning evaluate classroom practice develop an e-learning skills progression reflect on learning & teaching practice identify strategies to meet student learning needs SAMR Explained The SAMR Model. Puentedura, R. (2006). Transformation, Technology, & Education. Online at: http://hippasus.com/resources/tte/http://hippasus.com/resources/tte/
Why… Learners become able to choose the tools (traditional and digital) that are appropriate, both to their strengths and to the task and audience.
Why… All levels of technology integration can be appropriate, redefinition offers the widest scope for: achieving the NZC vision & key competencies building capacity to be self-regulated learners developing higher order thinking skills reflecting the emerging themes of future-oriented learning & teaching accommodating multiple learning styles and intelligences
What does this mean for leadership ? lead by example set the tone new ways of administration provide professional learning opportunities celebrate success provide opportunities for teachers to connect be a digital leaders in your communities be willing to learn
BES: School Leadership and Student Outcomes ‘Ensure quality teaching’ is one of the five dimensions of leadership : establish goals and expectations resource strategically ensure quality teaching lead teacher learning and development ensure an orderly and supportive environment
BES and SAMR The SAMR model informs what constitutes ‘quality teaching’ in the 21st century and influences: pedagogy curriculum assessment & reporting performance management monitoring, planning & review http://bit.ly/leadsamr
Connections to Teaching Effective teaching in the digital or knowledge age is underpinned by: The New Zealand Curriculum Future Focused Teaching and Learning http://bit.ly/leadsamr
Connections to Learning The NZ Curriculum Vision and Key Competencies suggest that students need to become ‘self-regulated learners’ if they are to achieve success in the digital or knowledge age. SAMR is relevant to learners particularly modification and redefinition.
Further Resources SAMR hand-out for Schools SAMR hand-out for Schools SAMR examples (short video providing simple examples of each SAMR element) SAMR examples SAMR explained (TKI general resources and explanations) SAMR explained SAMR applied (TKI video of one school’s use of SAMR to develop critical thinking) SAMR applied
Thank you Ian Suckling email@example.com Monique Simpson firstname.lastname@example.org @monsimp