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A Case Study of the Application of SAMR and TPACK for Reflection on Technology Integration into Two Social Studies Classrooms
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Social Studies Volume 107, Number 2, ISSN 0037-7996

Abstract

As emerging technology continues to enter the social studies classroom, teachers need to approach integration of such technology in a systematic manner to ensure that such technology enhances the learning of their students. Currently, scholars of technology integration advocate for the use of one of two different models, either SAMR or TPACK. This article makes use of a case study process to document a yearlong integration of iPad carts into two neighboring social studies classrooms, as examined through both the SAMR and TPACK lenses. The results provide insights for future social studies teachers and departments wishing to effectively integrate technology into their classrooms.

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Hilton, J.T. (2016). A Case Study of the Application of SAMR and TPACK for Reflection on Technology Integration into Two Social Studies Classrooms. Social Studies, 107(2), 68-73. Retrieved October 22, 2019 from .

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