⏱ 10-15 minute activity

Some of you may be familiar with the SAMR framework, some may have heard it for the first time. 

The SAMR model is a helpful model for us to integrate tech tools into our teaching to enhance or transform learning.
SAMR is an acronym that stands for Substitution, Augmentation, Modification and Redefinition.

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💡 The SAMR Model Explained By Students June 21, 2014

Let’s look at this 4-minute video about SAMR as explained by students. You may take down notes, as this would be helpful for the next activities.

“This video “The SAMR Model Explained By Students” was created to give teachers a broad overview of Ruben R. Puentedura’s SAMR framework for technology integration.”

What’s your main takeaway from the video? In what ways have you been using the SAMR model in your classes?

You can share your answers in our Padlet board:

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💡 Other Resources

Here is a quick reference for activities using the SAMR model. When you click the link it will prompt you to make a copy. You can use this in your class and you are free to add more activities.

SAMR – Habi Plus