Moving Beyond SAMR with the Rigor Relevance Framework

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While there are many frameworks to choose from when it comes to the effective integration of technology, the SAMR Model is typically the one that most people and schools leverage. It emphasizes on what NOT to do with tech. Another interesting model to know is the Rigor Relevance Framework, developed by the International Center for Leadership in Education. It puts an emphasis on what the learner is doing. While there isn’t a seamless alignment, Eric Sheninger attempted to connect them both.
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