Models of Technology Integration (SAMR (A tool to evaluate the…
Models of Technology Integration
Three dimensions: Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK), Technological Pedagogical Knowledge (TPK), and Technological Content Knowledge (TCK)
Helps teachers to plan how and what to teach
Synergy occurs when all three components are balanced.
Helps teachers reach twenty-first century learners using twenty-first century tools
A tool to evaluate the effectiveness of technology integration.
Enhancement includes Substitution and Augmentation in which technology is a direct tool substitution with limited functional improvements.
4 Elements: Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition
Transformation includes Modification and Redefinition in which technology allows for a substantial change in the design of the task.
Moves from teacher centered to a student centered classroom
Four levels: Highly Structured, Allowed Choices, Consistent Application, and Knowledge Centered
Utilizes Webb's Depth of Knowledge: Rigor increases as students are given more choices.
Students ability to choose how to show their learning increases from one level to the next.
Technology integration becomes more student-centered as you move across the continuum.
The matrix contains 25 levels of technology use.
A framework for enhancing learning through the use of technology
Levels of Technology Integration: Entry, Adoption, Adaptation, Infusion, and Transfomation
Twenty-first Learning Environment: Active, Collaborative, Constructive, Authentic, and Goal Directed