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James Gibbons has presented a great article around using the SAMR Model to Guide Learning in the way teachers plan and scaffold the learning for their students. He presents a fantastic diagram that is just my cup of tea.

He presents:

The SAMR Model  was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura.   The model ranges from Substitution to Redefinition and the supposed impact on learning at the higher levels is greater. It can also be broken down further into two main categories, Enhancement and Transformation.

What do we get our students to do and why? The two models TPACK and SAMR interrelate  as a skilled and knowledgeable contemporary educator empowers their students’ learning.

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