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    Allanah King
    SAMR- where does it fit with you practice
    21 September
    Public discussion Created by Allanah King

    You may have seen this video in the SAMR model using iPads

     

    What have you tried with your learners that is at the modification or transformational level.

    Or are you working with a different framework?

    And I have also started to collate this doc with the same SAMR intention but with a focus on using Chromebooks and Google Suite.

    Maybe https://twitter.com/samuelmcneill can start one with a view to using Microsoft Tools- all docs are open for anyone to add to or copy. :-)

    - By Allanah King
      • Sam McNeill
        By Sam McNeill
        Sep 24

        Kia ora Allanah,

        I LOVE the SAMR model and have used it a lot in the schools I've worked in and continue to share and promote it as I think it's a great taxonomy that teachers understand and implement effectively.

        Here is a summary of a keynote I've done a couple of times in terms of viewing eLearning through the lens of Key Competencies and how SAMR fits into that:

         

        https://eblog.stac.school.nz/2016/07/18/elearning-through-the-lens-of-key-competencies/

        For a summary of blog posts around SAMR have a look here:

        https://eblog.stac.school.nz/?s=SAMR&submit=Search

        I recently made a screencast explaining why the titanic sank using digital inking and SAMR:

        https://samuelmcneill.com/2018/08/05/why-did-the-titanic-sink-explaining-with-onenote-digital-ink/

        And I've got a few other posts about SAMR in various curriculum areas here:

        https://samuelmcneill.com/?s=SAMR

        Hope that helps!

         

        Love to see what others share in this space.

        Cheers

        Sam

        • api nathan
          By api nathan
          Sep 24

          kia ora Allanah, I am very much at the early stages of understanding the SAMR model. I am looking forward to exploring the links the Sam has dropped in (Kia ora Sam) and equally watching this discussion unfold further. Thank you for generating this discussion.

          Ngā mihi

          Api 

          • Allanah King
            By Allanah King
            Oct 1

            I am sorry I didn't see your responses to my question earlier- I am not sure why Edsapce is not sending me notifications- I will have to go and have a look.

            Api- here is a doc I started a long time ago with a long revision history- when I lead some thinking around the SAMR model I ask teachers to think of a context in their classroom and give some examples of each of the S.A.M.R. dimensions so they can see how they might potentially ramp it up a bit and also see what other people are thinking.

            https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NBYg4obLFgknlKGI0QEmDdCwzqahla7mfUbc71Ic22s/edit

            Sam- thank you for your links- taking a look now.

            Cheers

             

            Allanah

            • Tessa Gray
              By Tessa Gray
              Oct 2

              Kia ora Allanah, good thinking. You can check if you're getting notifications by going up to the top right-hand side of the page and scrolling down to Settings >>> Group Notifications and check to see if the group hosting the discussion (in this case Blended and digital learning) is ticked for email notifications. Let me know how you get on. smiley

              • Allanah King
                By Allanah King
                Oct 3

                And I have also started to collate this doc with the same SAMR intention but with a focus on using Chromebooks and Google Suite.

                Maybe https://twitter.com/samuelmcneill can start one with a view to using Microsoft Tools- all docs are open for anyone to add to or copy. :-)

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