4 Models of Tech Integration (SAMR (4 steps - substitution, augmentation,…
4 Models of Tech Integration
4 steps - substitution, augmentation, modification and redefinition.
Enhance - During substitution and augmentation, you are replacing and enhancing direct tools (pen and paper).
Transform - During modification and redefinition, students are changing the way they are presenting the material. (Use of google docs or creating something new).
A way to evaluate how technology is being incorporated in their instructional practice.
Technological refers to how technology is used, Pedagogical refers to how content is taught and Content Knowledge refers to the information you want your students to learn.
Useful for lesson analysis - how to make things better, what were strong points, what were weak points?
TPACK is when all 3 of the areas are in perfect balance.
Allows students to teach 21st century learners in a 21st century learning environment.
A matrix that contains 25 levels of technology use
Defines 5 characteristics of meaningful learning environment (21st Century Learning Environment) and 5 levels of technology integration.
As students move from entry to transformation, it becomes more student centered. Entry is very teacher centered, transformation is very student centered.
Similar to SAMR, but more detailed oriented. Matrix is set up similar to a rubric.
4 levels - Highly Structure, Allowed Choices, Consistent Application and Knowledge Centered.
Similar to gradual release - Students are given more freedom as they move through the levels.
Students are shifted from lecture (teacher-centered) to facilitation (student centered) and students are able to personalize their own learning.
Uses Webb's Depth of Knowledge - thinking becomes more complex as students are given more freedom.