FRAMEWORKS FOR ASSESSING TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION (SAMR ( (The SAMR model…
FRAMEWORKS FOR ASSESSING TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
Substitution: Computer technology is used to perform the same task as was done before the use of computers (from writing to typing).
Augmentation: Computer technology offers an effective tool to perform common tasks (adding special text/video features).
The SAMR model provides a technique for finding more meaningful uses of technology in teaching.
Modification: Common classroom tasks are being accomplished through the use of computer technology (sharing in a blog).
Redefinition: Computer technology allows for new tasks that were previously inconceivable (transform writing into a movie).
Content Knowledge (PCK) is the knowledge that teachers have about their content and how they teach that specific content.
Pedagogical Knowledge (TPK) is the set of skills which teachers develop to identify the best technology to support their instructional strategies.
Made of 3 components: Content (CK), Pedagogy (PK), and Technology (TK).
Technological Knowledge (TCK) is the set of skills which teachers acquire to help identify the best technology to support their students in order to master the content.
I Do, We Do, You Do.
The purpose is to move students to consistently analyze, evaluate, and create information in the classroom.
Designed to move a classroom from a highly structured environment (teacher centered) to more student-centered instruction where students take ownership and personalize their learning.
Aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy and Webb's Depth of Knowledge.
Framework for describing and targeting the use of technology to enhance learning.
Similar to a gradual release model for students to become independent.
TIM has descriptors for student activity, teacher activity, and the setting for each level of technology integration.
Has 5 levels of technology integration and 5 meaningful learning environments.