SAMR via ThingLink – excellent. Was privileged to attend a session by Lisa Johnson in Boston.
I’ve always been happy that I could visualise ideas for others and have had fantastic feedback from my readers, particularly in that area. Thanks readers! But…
Back to the drawing board
I also know when I’ve been outclassed by a talent on all levels. Below is a ThingLink poster that itself contains interactive elements to fill anyone with a complete understanding of the SAMR model for integrating Technology in the classroom. The fantastic Lisa Johnson (@TechChef4U) has combined knowledge, resources, (one of them’s even mine), and a flare for design to produce a toolkit for educators to start understanding where to go with technology integration.
This has inspired me to up my game further and definitely start using ThingLink properly!
I’m also jealous that her site looks so slick too.
The WordPress rules are blocking the interactive bits so checkout the ORIGINAL:
Here is the excellent…
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