Integrating ed-tech in the classroom one step at a time with the SAMR Model

Today’s students are truly digital natives. Not only were they born and raised surrounded by technology, but that technology was in advanced stages of development. If teachers and even university students still remember floppy disks and have used CDs frequently in their time, younger kids connected directly with the cloud.

They use technology in every aspect of their lives and academic activities make no exception. In fact, these probably belong to the most important area they use technology for. According to a Sparks and Honey report, young people today multitask across at least five screens each day and spend 41% of their time outside of school with computers or mobile devices, compared to 22% 10 years ago.They are also self-directed learners and spend a lot of time researching online.

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