I also created a Quizlet for my 9B class. This quizlet includes all of their Greek Roots that will be on their weekly root quizzes and on their final exam. I feel that using a quizlet to review vocabulary/ roots falls into the substitution level of the SAMR model. Quizlet is giving us an opportunity to take out educational community to the 21st century +, but the same process of creating paper flash cards is still a viable potion. Thus, I feel that this activity falls within the substitution level.
Firstly, lets just say, I love readwritethink. I use it all the time! However, through perusing the website, I found a new activity that I wish I would have found sooner! I teach debate and also have a heavy focus on argumentative writing in my Composition class (between the essays and argumentative ACT preparation). Here I found an interactive persuasion map. Students are prompted to answer questions and give information about their topic and the website turns it into a map. This activity is especially great for students who need prompting and are struggling with keeping their ideas together. This also works very well (once they've printed it out) for my visual learners. I'm very happy about this find! :)