SAMR

Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition as a way to infuse technology into the classroom. Check out this video about SAMR.

Here is the SAMR swimming pool. Even Olympic swimmers swim in the shallow end.

Other people see the SAMR model as different types of coffee.

Below are screencast videos that briefly show some new technology tools that might help to redefine technology use in the classroom. All the accounts are free and, according to the technology department, all can be accessed by students.

Finding Pictures Legally :)

Vialogues

Videonot.es

ThingLink

EDpuzzle

Resources

Now that you've made it through all of the fantastic tools that I've had to show you let's wrap things up. In the comments below, respond with which tool (or tools!) you think you could actually use in your classroom.

Yay! You made it to the end!

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a year ago
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Bridget, GREAT video for explaining SAMR!

a year ago
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Correction: this is Nikki's tackk! Great video choice, Nikki!

a year ago
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Good news: Your students have access to YouTube videos once I have approved them!😀

a year ago
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I ThingLink! Here's one I made I'm very proud of: https://www.thinglink.com/scene/680405533269688321

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a year ago
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I love your ThingLink too! :D

a year ago
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a year ago
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Just keep them coming! I can see already done lessons in my future :D

a year ago
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I haven't played with ThingLink and EDPuzzle enough to have lots of lessons. TEDEd however...