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SAMR Explained

June 13, 2013 — Leave a comment

SAMR Model Graphic

Below is a PDF created by Ruben R. Puentedura Ph.D that explains the SAMR Model. Great info listed here!

SAMR Six Exemplars


Check out Dr. Puentedura’s website for more information. Dr. Puentedura Weblog  (Image Source)

Innovation in the Classroom

I found this video on Youtube this morning and thought I would share. It is a great illustration of how technology has evolved in education over the years. I like to bookmark videos like these to show preservice teachers & high school students the advances in technology over the years. Continue Reading…

Web 3.0 vs Web 2.0

June 10, 2013 — Leave a comment

Web 3.0

Often I have students ask me what is Web 2.0? Occasionally one can find themselves in a conversation about educational technology and the term Web 3.0 will pop up. Well, if you ever had any confusion as to what Web 3.0 or even Web 2.0 for that matter actually is, the chart below is a great tool to use to help explain each. Continue Reading…

Share My Lesson

Share My Lesson is a website created by the American Federation of Teachers and TES connect. A collaborative venture between two organizations that strive to help teachers have everything needed to reach each child in their class. Continue Reading…

ebooksFree ebooks for educators and students.

Teaching a course that does not use any textbooks is challenging for educators. You have to go out and search endlessly to find a quality source of information for your students to use in the course. Today’s classroom is growing less reliant on the traditional paper textbook and more schools are purchasing ebooks and other digital texts. Continue Reading…

educlipper eduClipper is a new “Pinterest” type of Web 2.0 tool that allows educators to collect content in a visual format and share it with other educators or even their students. The idea behind eduClipper is that teachers can have a resource that only pertains to educational resources and sites and not have to worry about some of the other “visual distractions” that can appear if they were using Pinterest. Continue Reading…