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  • Linda Miller

    The SAMR model was developed as a framework to integrate technology. It can also serve to assess if technology is being used to reinforce old, archaic Education 1.0 or to promote 21st century skills, i.e., creativity, innovation, problem-solving, critical thinking. . . Why should we spend time recreating using technology at the substitution and augmentation levels when there are tools, techniques, and opportunities to modify & redefine tech integration for a richer, more engaging Education 3.0?

  • Sevda Rabineva

    Wonderful Visual on SAMR As A Framework for Education 3.0 ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

  • Alan Engle

    SAMR framework model

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