The SAMR Model as a Framework for Evaluating mLearning
Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 1939-5256
As mobile devices become more prominent in the lives of students, the use of mobile devices has the potential to transform learning. Mobile learning, or mLearning, is defined as learning that is personalized, situated, and connected through the use of a mobile device. As mLearning activities are developed, there is a need for a framework within which mLearning activities can be evaluated. The SAMR Model (Puentadura, 2012) provides such a framework. This paper reviews recent literature on mLearning and provides examples of activities that fall within each of the four classifications of the SAMR Model: substitution, augmentation, modification, and redefinition.
Romrell, D., Kidder, L.C. & Wood, E. (2014). The SAMR Model as a Framework for Evaluating mLearning. Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 18(2),.
- course evaluation
- curriculum design
- Educational Change
- electronic learning
- EVALUATION METHODS
- Handheld Devices
- instructional design
- Instructional Innovation
- Learning Activities
- Literature Reviews
- Media Adaptation
- Performance Factors
- Program Improvement
- Technology Uses in Education
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