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RAT: Replacement, Amplification, and Transformation Technology Integration Framework

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Brief slides explaining my RAT model that assists teachers and others in identifying the unique dimensions of teaching and learning process that are impacted (or not) by the use of technology. This framework (along with my TPCK framework) was developed by me and initially published in my doctoral dissertation (2000) and has since been used in much of my scholarly work and publications. Please contact me if you'd like a copy of the dissertation.

Hughes, J. E. (2000). Teaching English with technology: Exploring teacher learning and practice. (doctoral dissertation), Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

These slides complement the slideshare paper: http://www.slideshare.net/joanhughes/hughes-scharber-site2006

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RAT: Replacement, Amplification, and Transformation Technology Integration Framework

  1. 1. RAT Framework   Technology used as… –  Replacement –  Amplification –  Transformation   Consider what the technology does to aspects of student learning, teacher instruction, or the curriculum?
  2. 2. Student Learning Replacement Instruction Curriculum With the addition of technology, aspects of SL, I, and C remained exactly the same Amplification With the addition of technology, aspects of SL, I, and C became more efficient, obtainable, quicker, etc. Transformation With the addition of technology, aspects of SL, I, and C were transformed in ways unattainable w/o the technology
  3. 3. Dimensions of Instructional Methods Dimensions of Student Learning Processes Dimensions of Curriculum Goals Teacher s role in instruction Learning Activity/task Curricular Knowledge to be gained, learned, or applied by student Interaction with students Thinking process – mental process Curricular Experience/ Process to be gained, learned, or applied by student Assessment of students Knowledge Transfer Instructional Preparation Task milieu (individual, small group, whole-class, others) Administrative tasks related to Instruction (e.g., grading) Student Motivation Student Attitudes Add Your Own or School/District-specific Dimensions Below* School/district-specific Dimensions* School/district-specific Dimensions School/district-specific Dimensions

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