I used this presentation last week to help facilitate a discussion about ways to think about classroom practice, teacher learning and student tasks in light of a few research-based frameworks. I tried to tie together TPACK, Elmore’s instructional core and Puentedura’s SAMR framework into some sort of coherent whole. While not perfect, we did have a great discussion about different tasks that students engage in with technology, and where in SAMR they might fit. There was some great debate about what an augmentation v.s. a modification of a task might actually mean. I freely borrowed from Puentedura’s slides and ideas about how to present his SAMR model to put this together. If it can be of use to anyone, feel free to use and adapt!