Good technology integration isn’t about using the fanciest tool, it’s about being aware of the range of options and picking the right strategy—or strategies—for the lesson at hand. Read more on Edutopia.
Dr. Ruben R. Puentedura, Ph.D. shares his recommendation on applying the SAMR model using these guiding questions:
Dr. Puentedura recommends beginning at the Substitution or Augmentation levels looking at how students access resources or approach information management. Then, advance into the Modification and Redefinition levels. Go for defining extended experiences in student exploration/creation that leverage your initial choices. Then, go for student agency, allowing them to build their own exploration/creation using the experiences students are developing along the way.
Take a look at how other educators are thinking about SAMR in alignment with Bloom’s Taxonomy.