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Tuesday, February 10 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
SAMR-ific: An Apptastic Journey Through The SAMR Model

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All classrooms and grade levels will benefit from this fun and fast paced SAMR-ific session! The Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition (SAMR) Model is a framework for technology use in the classroom that strongly impacts teaching and learning. Teachers will learn new and innovative ways to climb the SAMR model from the Substitution to Redefinition levels using project based learning apps. Three Apple Distinguished Program teachers will share their ideas that incorporate a variety of apps, Common Core State Standards, and project based learning activities. The strategies will correlate to the SAMR model and make learning and teaching fun and exciting. All the content and strategies presented within this session will be available online to access, modify, and implement for use in the classroom. The ultimate goal is to provide a platform for teachers to acquire a variety of learning tools and projects that move from the Substitution level up through the Redefinition level of the SAMR model. Giving several examples of project based learning on CCSS for each level will ensure success. Attendees of this session will walk away with projects ideas and knowledge that will inspire and engage student learning that can be implemented in the classroom immediately.

Speakers
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Alina Mills

Teacher, Fullerton School District
Alina Mills has taught 22 rewarding and challenging years for the Fullerton School District.  Keeping up with changes in curriculum, teaching practices and technology keeps her busy with discovering new and innovative ways to instruct, engage, and improve skills needed for her students' educational success.  Alina has had the opportunity to teach in a one to one iOS device classroom for the past 8 years, making 21st Century learning a priority... Read More →
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Kyle Myers

Teacher on Special Assignment, Fullerton School District
Sometimes Kyle thinks if he wasn’t a teacher he’d be a handsome billionaire, but then the alarm goes off. Frowning face emoji! He has been teaching in a 1 to 1 iPad classroom and now has the awesome job of being a Teacher on Special Assignment. Prior to 2010 Kyle was not your typical “tech guy”. He actually never even owned, held, or touched an iPhone, iPod, or iPad. He now owns all three! Be ready for some of his signature Trivia... Read More →
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Tracy Ramont

Tracy Ramont, Fullerton School District
I am a 5th grade teacher at an Apple Distinguished Program School. For the past 28 years I have worked at a Title One school, dealing with the challenge of meeting the needs of a diverse population of learners. I began working with technology in 2009, when we adopted a 1:1 iPod program. In 2011 I upgraded to iPads. From 2014 to 2016 a was fortunate to be selected as a Cotsen fellow in Language Arts. About two years ago I began working with... Read More →


Tuesday February 10, 2015 3:30pm - 4:30pm
29 C