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SAMR Model (Substitution Increase Modification Redefinition)
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The SAMR Model or Substitution Increase Modification Redefinition is a model developed by Ruben Puentedura in 2006. It provides a method and a framework that enables educational designers and teachers to estimate, and thus achieve the best impact in relation to the introduction of ICTE or information and communication technologies for teaching. In simple terms, the SAMR model is an essential theoretical reference for educators wishing to implement a truly pedagogical and effective integration of technologies in the classroom. It will help teachers understand that integrating ICT does not mean using technology at all costs. Rather, they need to engage each learner in his or her learning.

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