SAMR Part IV: Playground Session

How would you facilitate the use Tackk for students in your classroom at the Transformation level of the SAMR framework?  Add your answers to the comment stream at the bottom of our Tackk.

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2 years ago
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I've observed a HS math teacher who posts a word problem on a classroom Tackk. Students share their answers by posting a comment in the stream. She receives a notification on her phone when anyone posts to the Tackk assignment and responds quickly to students by posting a reply. The Tackk interface handles beautifully on a mobile phone.

2 years ago
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2 years ago
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Students could create answers for questions, presentations etc for any subject area and share them via a Tackk in order to get real feedback from an audience; answers will be in the form of images maybe created on Canva, or videos made by the students or Google doc links. Great for project based learning.

2 years ago
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Students have the ability to work at their own pace and in different order of activities.

2 years ago
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I agree, this is a great way to get feedback on student projects from multiple classes or multiple schools. Students can gather ideas and collaborate through the comment features. Students could also ask questions of content and get a response from the teacher or student in charge of the tackk.

2 years ago
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This is very user friendly and a great way for students to get feedback from instructors (and their peers). It makes website/page creation more interactive (in a meaningful way). I also like the features of being able to fundraise and create events all on a single page.

2 years ago
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Sorry, didn't read the question before I commented :(. I would use Tackk to create a page to sell tickets to our community event and as an invitation to the event.

2 years ago
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I'd have my students create simple webpages for their movies. They could embed the video, include a synopsis, pictures of their cast and crew, etc. To get into the Transformation level, I'd have them upload drafts of their projects, share with others, get feedback, and revise.