# Remix - Writing SAMR Rubrics for High School Subjects

SAMR Examples for All Typical High School Subjects

Using the linked examples above as a model, create your own rubric for a chosen standard from your curriculum incorporating all four levels of SAMR.

Substitution:  Technology acts as a direct substitute, with no functional change.

Augmentation:  Technology acts as a tool, with a functional change.

Modification:  Technology allows for significant task redesign.

Redefinition:  Technology allows for creation of a new task, previously inconceivable.

Use the rubric below to identify how technology is used in support of  SAMR apply.

SAMR- Instructional Delivery (Teachers) - Video and Audio

Instructional Delivery tools