Technology Perspectives

Are You Looking Through the Correct Lenses?

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3 Potential Frameworks for Viewing Technology Integration in Today's Classroom


SAMR = Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, Redefinition

Create by Dr. Rueben Puetedura as a method of seeing how computer technoloy might impact teaching and learning.
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What Does SAMR Look Like?

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SAMR in 120 Seconds

2. TIM

TIM = Technology Integration Matrix

Created by the Florida Center for Instructional Technology at the University of South Florida College of Education.

Who, What, When, Where and Why of TIM

Progression of Curriculum Content Integration (very valuable tool!)

Technology Integration Matrix Grade Level Index (excellent!)

TIM Matrix Explained

Technology Integration Matrix (TIM) and TIM Tools Introduction, 2013 ISTE Presentation


TPACK = Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge

Create by Dr. Matthew J Kohler to help educators understand and describe the kinds of knowledge needed by a teacher for effective pedagogical practice in a technology enhanced learning environment.
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TPACK in 2 Minutes

Key Thoughts for Developing Your Perspectives Prior to Walking Into the Classroom

1. Choose a straight forward practical assessment of skill level...keep it simple especially for beginning technology users.

*Assess how the teacher intertwines curriculum with technology tools (guiding students in their use of technology), not the teacher's use or knowledge of the tools.

2. Set up communication channels that allow teachers to share with you how they're using technology in their class...don't rely on your limited visits.

3. Allow for differentiation among cookie cutter expectations.

4. Challenge your current technology users to dig deeper and climb higher in their skill levels.

5. Constantly re-evaluate your expectation of technology integration as it is constantly changing. What do I need to let go of? What tools are more effective?

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