Reflection: Rigor An Introduction to the SAMR Model - Section 4: Self Reflection - How Does The SAMR Fit In Your Classroom?


This video reflection discusses the value of reflective practices and the importance of taking the time after each lesson to identify the successes and shortcomings of the lesson.  Reflective practices empower teachers to continuously improve their practice by honing their craft through small tweaks that engage students and support mastery of content.


  The Value of Reflective Practices
  Rigor: The Value of Reflective Practices
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An Introduction to the SAMR Model

Unit 8: Implementation of Technology and NGSS
Lesson 2 of 3

Objective: Teachers WBAT become familiar with the SAMR Model in order to evaluate the available technology which has the potential to improve student learning by advancing the effectiveness of your daily instruction.

Big Idea: Technology is a double-edged sword . . . it can be improve student learning or can just be a distraction! The SAMR Model is an evaluation tool to train teachers to conceptualize how technology can advance instruction.

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Science, Biology / Life Science, technological advances, technological developments, Technology Education in Schools, SAMR model, evaluating technology, improving instruction, blended learning
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