Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
1:30 PM - 2:20 PM: Concurrent Sessions
Theory to Practice
Alphabet Soup: Fusing SAMR and TPACK Models to Integrate the Right Technology into Instruction
Using technology can be daunting for instructors. Applying the models — SAMR (substitution, augmentation, modification and redefinition) and TPACK (technological, pedagogical and content knowledge) — can guide toward the right tech tool. These models can enhance tech-based instructional decisions to transform learning. Participants will apply the SAMR and TPACK models, select the proper tech tool for instruction, and design an assignment according to SAMR and TPACK. Tech tools will be suggested.
Learning Objectives
Apply the SAMR/TPACK models.
Select appropriate tech tool for teaching.
Design an assignment using SAMR/TPACK.
Intended Participants: Role
Instructional Designers
Intended Participants - Knowledge Level
People with some experience in the topic, but looking to grow
Melony Shemberger, Associate Professor of Journalism and Mass Communications, Murray State University
Dr. Melony Shemberger is associate professor of journalism and mass communication in at Murray State University, where she is faculty regent on the Board of Regents. At Murray State, she was a Faculty Teaching Fellow from 2015-17 and was interim director of the Faculty Development Center in 2016. Shemberger earned a Doctor of Education from Tennessee State University. She is pursuing a master’s in instructional systems design at the University of Kentucky.