Below is a great infographic by hneltner that combines the SAMR model with Bloom's Taxonomy and the idea of app-smashing (having students create content by using a series of apps--"smashing" them together.) Check it out!
NOTE--this was created using ThingLink, a really fun app that allows you to add photos, videos, and other cool links to a static visual. A great idea for a formative assessment!
SAMR according to Kathy Schrock
Check out this fabulous page by a guru of the trade who explains the SAMR model and takes it to the next level.
SAMR according to Starbucks
In a personal blog, Jonathan Brubaker offered this slide as a clever way to think about the SAMR model. Even if you are a tea person rather than a coffee person, it will spark a smile.
Combining SAMR with TPACK
This is an excellent resource to help frame what it means to develop a curriculum that starts with content and pedagogy, then incorporates technology as a tool to redefine the methods used.
For additional explanation by Dr. Ruben Puentedura, the developer of the SAMR model, check out his presentation, SAMR and TPACK In Action, which has some great examples of how these theories apply to reality in several different content areas.
"I am passionately curious..."
Albert Einstein called himself this, and I love the idea. I too am passionately curious about what other great minds are creating and sharing. I have curated here some thought-provoking resources to assist our amazing SMA faculty as they progress in their 1:1 iPad journey.
Looking for more resources? Check out my Pinterest boards below...