There is a model of technology integration called the SAMR model. Here is a link to one description (https://sites.google.com/a/msad60.org/technology-is-learning/samr-model) of this model. If you find this to be insufficient, a simple Google search will provide more resources.
However, your post this week will simply be a detailed response to this question: What could you do in your class (or workplace) with a (i.e., any) Web 2.0 tool that would equate to each of the four levels of the SAMR Model? That is, how could you use a Web 2.0 tool as a Substitute for current lesson, to Augment a lesson, and so on.
- I want one example of each (S, A, M, and R) from your current or future work situation.
- Please clearly state your situation at the beginning (e.g., I teach 10th grade social studies) of your post.
- No, you don't have to use the same tool for each example.
- No, you don't have to use the same lesson for each example.
Please have your initial post completed by 11:55 pm on Sunday, February 8th.