What fun to click on a blog entry in my #TCEA13 hashtag RSS feed–via Icerocket.com–and run across this paragraph on Jason Beng’s EdTech Okie blog:

Models of Tech Integration was a great presentation that provided me with some valuable tools about evaluating the level of Tech Integration in a classroom.  +Roland Rios  (@drrios) and +Miguel Guhlin  (@mguhlin) led this session and shared four different models for evaluation.  TPACKSAMRLOTI, and TIM were all mentioned and quite a bit of time was shared about the first two.  I really like the information provided with the TIM method because it provides examples of what it might look like at each level in each subject.  The SAMR method would probably be the format I would follow during classroom visits. 

Thanks to Dr. Roland Rios for including me via an invite last week. He dragged me into chat about SAMR, and I had a ball throwing in LOTI as well. I could kick myself though, since I had my iPad set to record but forgot to hit the button in the excitement of walking around connecting with the audience. Jason’s done a nice job of linking to the resources above, and here are some of the photos I took of Roland while he spoke:

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