The SAMR model is a useful tool for helping teachers think about their own tech use as they begin to make small shifts in the design and implementation of technology driven learning experiences t...
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This has got to be the find of the month! Summarising the broad phases that practitioners go through as they start using technology to enhance their learners' experience, the ideas in this post give reasurance and boost confidence. This is done by enabling not only self assessment of where you are as a practitioner using tech, but also the little steps that are required to move to seemless integration of learning technology in your delivery.
If you're looking for inspiration for your next ITT programme assignment and haven't heard of TPACK before check this site out! It's all about linking subject/content knowledge with delivery/pedagogic knowledge and tools/technology knowledge. A great way to visualise and coordinate these three, often separated, areas of expertise.
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