|First draft of Continuum of Teaching, Learning and Technology|
Target Level: Technology is perceived as a process, product (e.g. invention, patent, new software designed), and tool for students to use in solving authentic problems related to an identified real-world problem or issue. In this context, technology provides a seamless medium for information queries, problem-solving, and product development. Students have read access to and a complete understanding of a vast array of technology-based tools. (Adapted from Dr. Chris Moersch’s Levels of Teaching Innovation (LOTI))
You can see the mention of SAMR, which I’m not sure fits, but I would put it in. It dominates the bottom half of the diagram with little explanation. I suspect that this acronym could be fleshed out even more with more words, but I would like to see a representative image for each one of these letters (SAMR). For example, substitution might be the logo of an integrated learning system. Augmentation might be a word processor, modification a web site, a video or audio, and redefinition, well, an image that represents digital collaboration.
Jonathan was particularly interested in the role of PLCs to bring about desired changes and I’ll be reflecting on his remarks in a future blog entry.
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