In this session, we will discuss different frameworks for evaluating the use of technology in the classroom. We will explore SAMR, TPACK and the Triple E Framework to evaluate whether we are using technology for the right reasons in our classrooms. This session will discuss how digital tools should enhance authenticity in learning and make learning more accessible for all students.
Modes of learning
The slidedeck is the primary source for supporting the topic. The trainer could, if appropriate, shorten the training to focus on one particular area; training is dependent on end user needs. Additionally the trainer could decide that regional support needed was minimal and create a separate opportunity/resources to be used asynchronously.
- Trainer presentation
- Using technology in our classrooms (Padlet)
- How do you know when and why to use technology? (Padlet)
- The SAMR Model
- The SAMR Model Explained by Students
- Triple E Framework
- Triple E Framework for Hyperdocs
- Triple E Framework Evaluation Rubric for Lesson Design
- Technology frameworks takeaways (Padlet)
- better understand when to integrate technology into classroom practice;
- learn the frameworks for assessing when technology is best suited in specific classroom practice; and
- discern which model works best for their practice.
If you have questions or are unable to access any of these materials, contact Katie Jones, WSWHE BOCES, (518) 581-3741.