Revisiting the SAMR Model for ICT Integration and Action Learning

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While there are many frameworks for effective ICT integration in education, the SAMR model is one of the most widely used. It is not perfect for guiding the effective implementation of all technology initiatives, but it does give a good idea of what not to do! The International Center for Educational Leadership's Rigor and Relevance Framework focuses on what the learner does rather than the technology. Although there is no perfect alignment between the two models, Eric Sheninger proposes an interesting form of alignment.

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