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**SAMR**

I recently introduced this acronym to the CJ faculty and asked everyone to reflect on where their teaching generally falls in this... spectrum? Is that the word? Like Bloom's good old Taxonomy, I find that our use of technology can and should fall in each of the "levels" at different times, but we do need to reach for redefinition when possible and applicable.

I shared the following videos and resources on an internal website:

However, some colleagues expressed interest in more examples; hence, this blog post.

Many of the explanations online are either general descriptions of the framework or use what seems to be the easiest concrete example to demonstrate - a writing assignment. Math and science teachers in particular wanted examples of how it can apply more specifically to their disciplines. The list below gives more examples - some specific to math and science, some general.

Have any other good examples you'd want to share? Comment below!

Many of the explanations online are either general descriptions of the framework or use what seems to be the easiest concrete example to demonstrate - a writing assignment. Math and science teachers in particular wanted examples of how it can apply more specifically to their disciplines. The list below gives more examples - some specific to math and science, some general.

- Kathy Schrock's Kaffeeklotsch - "SAMR model musings"
- SAMR in a 1:1 Math Classroom blog post from a teacher - gives some specific examples of how SAMR can apply to math
- SAMR Lesson Design Presentation from aharris425
- The SAMR Model on Apps-a-Daisy (blog) - quick chart shows examples of SAMR use in math
- SAMR Examples Prezi by Michael Hornback - gives examples of SAMR applied to English and math
- EdofICT wiki page of SAMR Examples across the curriculum
- SAMR: Model, Metaphor, & Mistakes blog post from Tech Tips for Education blog
- Using SAMR to Teach Above the Line blog post from GettingSmart.com - gives an interesting visual representation of SAMR in a history project

Have any other good examples you'd want to share? Comment below!

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