Hi Xinh,

After reading your this week post, I think your post is very informative. In your post, first you introduced these two methods and inserted some resources into the article for our review, which makes your post look more rigorous. Then you compared these two methods, this gave me a new understanding of SAMR and SECTIONS. At the same time, you also marked some keywords in the post, I think this is good because it is very clear. At the end of the post, you also describe that although these two methods are different, but these two methods can be used in combination in the classroom.

Overall, your post is really informative, by reading your post I have some new ideas want to share with you. At the same time I would like to know what you think about the Tpack model, because in your post you only mentioned SAMR and SECTIONS. Thanks!