Instructional design/SAMR Model/SAMR Vocabulary

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Test Your SAMR Knowledge[edit]

Now that you have been introduced to the SAMR Model, you know there are four levels of technology integration and two stages of learning. Using the vocabulary you learned from the previous page, it is time to test your knowledge. Match the four definitions below to their appropriate SAMR level.

1

Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable.

Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition

2

True or False: The Transformation stage of the SAMR Model includes the Redefinition level and the Augmentation level.

True
False

3

Technology acts as a direct tool substitute, with functional improvement.

Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition

4

Technology acts a direct tool substitute, with no functional change.

Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition

5

True or False: The Enhancement stage of the SAMR Model includes the Modification level and the Augmentation level.

True
False

6

Technology allows for significant task redesign.

Substitution
Augmentation
Modification
Redefinition


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