The SAMR Model

S – Substitution

Any new technology directly substitutes the old technology. The task remains the same.

A – Augmentation

The technology is still a substitute, but has more to it. Function is increased.

M – Modification

Technology redefines part of the task. Student learning is transformed.

R – Redefinition

New tasks can be designed and created.

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