The SAMR (Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition) model is a framework used to evaluate the technology being employed (or that you’d like to employ) in your classroom. Basically, it offers a way for you to look at how technology integration might affect teaching and learning. Accordingly, many teachers and administrators who are in the process of choosing between classroom technology …
The education technology industry changes quickly, and since an occasional peek at Twitter is one of the quickest ways to fill your brain with information (both useful and less-than), we recommend you add a few edtech ...
This post was co-authored by Greg Kulowiec (@gregkulowiec) & Beth Holland (@brholland). Lately, when talking with teachers about bringing mobile devices into their classrooms, a common concern has surfaced – that connections to the physical world are being sacrificed by over-emphasizing the digital. These thoughtful educators have raised excellent questions about screen time, losing tangible …
Rachel Vartanian's insight:
EdTech is about integrating technology and enhancing an experience, not using it to replace real world interactions.
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