SAMR AND 1-1
INSTRUCTION
Transforming Teaching and Learning
5-10-14
CSUF
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Think about the last decade of instruction under NCLB. Find a
partner and discuss (from a teacher or administrator perspective)
what worked and what didn’t work during those years.
REFLECTION
SHARE OUT WHAT WORKED AND
DIDN’T WORK
SHARE OUT WHAT WORKED AND
DIDN’T WORK
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SUHSD is located in South San Diego
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Largest High School District in the State, Second largest in country
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41,000 7-12 students, 36,000 adult school students
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Large Hispanic/Latino population
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High number of ELL learners
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High number of low SES
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East/West divide
SUHSD – A BRIEF OVERVIEW
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41,000 iPads over 6 years to all students
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Take home program
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2014 will mark ½ way point in implementation of program
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LMS adoption
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Shift to Common Core and rethinking teaching/learning
SUHSD – IPAD INITIATIVE
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Divide into groups of 3-4
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Look at the activities and use whatever method you wish to sort
the activities (if you are familiar with SAMR, don’t use as your sort
methodology)
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5-10 minutes
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Share Out your group’s thinking and rationale
GROUP ACTIVITY
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Developed by Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D.
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SAMR defines these levels of technology integration.
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Our goal is to have our students create content and learn in a
technology rich environment with opportunities to apply their
critical thinking skills.
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SAMR in 120 seconds:
http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/06/samr-modelexplained-for-teachers.html
SAMR OVERVIEW
NO BAD PLACE EXCEPT
COMPLACENCY
SAMR AND
COMMON
CORE
SAMR LADDERS AND
ADOPTION TIMELINES
THINKING ABOUT SAMR IN SUHSD
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https://docs.google.com/a/sweetwaterschools.net/document/d
/1YJWcCwIDGxckvHLY4Kk8ORob1Zk0Ka0fMaIMsXQslJM/edit
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Transforming Teaching and Learning With the SAMR Model