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The Padagogy Wheel - iPad Apps and Bloom's Taxonomy

The Padagogy Wheel - iPad Apps and Bloom's Taxonomy | Education Greece | Scoop.it

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, March 3, 2013 2:42 PM

Rather than pedagogy this is the Padagogy Wheel,looking at Bloom's Taxonomy related to the iPad. Would you agree with where the apps are placed or do you find that your use of them varies from what is suggested above? 

Allan Carrington's comment, March 8, 2013 6:29 PM
THE PADAGOGY WHEEL: Thanks Jenny for reposting this. I am the first to agree that some of these apps might be better placed elsewhere on the wheel also there are more than one place for each app and there is constant need for updating as new apps are released. Where I am planning to take this next is develop "app powered learning sequences" i.e. connecting more than one app together to build a learning activity sequence. This will IMHO generate a highly engaging flow of transformational learning .... what do others think?

Also I thought some people might also find my 1.57 min video thought provoking. In it I introduce this wheel and more research I am working on with graduate attributes, Please visit http://tinyurl.com/padwheelvid which will be redirected to YouTube. I am calling the method the CAMERA Method .. "Capabilities and Attributes Mapping for Educational Results inspiring Achievement" ... it's all about the students being all they can be. It is about mapping everything back to graduate attributes, values and capabilities These are more than learning outcomes, they are an attempt to define a graduate.

There is also the podcast episode I did with Prof Geoff Scott of the Uni of Western Sydney. He has done years of research into graduate capabilities (aka values or attributes) It is fascinating stuff in the context of Technology Enhanced Learning and Teaching. He has asked the people who give the jobs and catalogued what the respective industries in the market place want in graduates. Duh! Look at the list and ask yourself are they being developed in students from Higher Education or in Education in general ... this is why mapping is so important. Are we equipping graduates to excel and make a difference .... hmmm! Have a look and listen to http://tinyurl.com/alsltblog. "If you exercise these capabilities ... you will be employed!" This sort of stuff makes the "CAMERA method" worth developing. Comments are welcome guys? ... regards Allan.
Keshena Cooke's curator insight, January 24, 8:30 PM

For those trying to use technology in the classroom, this is worth a look.

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Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 | Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies

Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 | Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies | Education Greece | Scoop.it

A list of the top 100 learning tools for 2012 from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies. The post defines a learning tool  as "a tool to create or deliver learning content/solutions for other, or a tool for you own personal or professional learning." Five hundred eighty-two "learning professionals" weighed in the list. You can view the list on this page, or link to Slideshare. You may also see a short analysis of the list, a best of breed (categorized) and a Winners and Losers 2012.


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5 Tech-Friendly Lessons to Encourage Higher-Order Thinking -THE Journal

5 Tech-Friendly Lessons to Encourage Higher-Order Thinking -THE Journal | Education Greece | Scoop.it
Mobile apps and Web 2.0 tools can facilitate implementation of activities requiring students to use skills at the top three levels of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy--analyzing, evaluating, and creating.

Five great ideas that will help your students with critical thinkings. Most examples will work with elementary through high school students. 


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