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Model questions to help you use Blooms Taxonomy in the classroom.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy in its various forms represents the process of learning.  It was developed in 1956 by Benjamin Bloom and modified during the 1990′s by a new group of cognitive psychologists, led by Lorin Anderson (a former student of Bloom’s) to make it relevant to the 21st century. 

We must remember a concept before we can understand it.We must understand a concept before we can apply it.
We must be able to apply a concept before we analyze it.
We must have analyzed a concept before we can evaluate it.
We must have remembered, understood, applied, analyzed, and evaluateda concept before we can create.
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we found this really good as it clearly links the hats while explaining what the individual colors look at 

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What Is the Benefit of Using Bloom's Taxonomy? | eHow

What Is the Benefit of Using Bloom's Taxonomy? | eHow | Learning Theories in Secondary Edcuation 2014 | Scoop.it
While it doesn't concern flowers, Bloom's Taxonomy has much to do with helping intellectual growth to blossom. A taxonomy is an organizational hierarchy. Bloom's Taxonomy categorizes thinking skills ranging from recalling information, the most basic skill, to evaluation, which involves judging and stating an opinion...
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Nice positives about the benefits of blooms taxonomy

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BTI Online: Log in to the site

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Amrisha Richie Ravinder Jonnalagadda's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:38 PM

Is De Bono's system practical within the classroom context?  What if a learner's head literally doesn't fit the hat?

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Don’t count on the ‘cone of learning’ — Joanne Jacobs

Don’t count on the ‘cone of learning’ — Joanne Jacobs | Learning Theories in Secondary Edcuation 2014 | Scoop.it
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Mister E's comment, June 30, 2014 7:45 PM
Good to see in terms of how to adapt our teaching to help students retain the information we teach them
Darren Florence's comment, June 30, 2014 8:12 PM
Good reminder for us to remember that presenting learning in more than one format will help student understanding and retention
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The Kolb Model

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Troy Yancey's comment, June 30, 2014 7:47 PM
I like the movement from experimenting, to making learning concrete, to reflecting on what's been learned to then thinking more abstractly. And then starting over again. Makes sense to me.
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Multiple Intelligences In The Classroom

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The story of much recent innovation in education follows a familiar pattern: the theory of an innovative thinker (in this case, Harvard's Howard Gardner) gets applied by an innovative practitioner ...
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This site is great! shows how to implement the multiple intelligence's theory in the class room.

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Mister E's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:31 PM

This site is great! shows how to implement the multiple intelligence's theory in the class room.

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Learning/Neuroscience

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Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience of how we learn and recall from the field of instructional design (Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience of how we learn and recall from the field of instructional design http://t.co/GQ0JOUHUM8)...

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Mister E's comment, June 30, 2014 7:41 PM
Nice imagery Troy, good way of showing how we experience things.
Russell Ngatoko's comment, June 30, 2014 7:44 PM
'Model a real experience' that's a cool way to look at it...
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Concept to Classroom: Tapping into multiple intelligences - Explanation

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Shows the benefits of using the multiple intelligence's learning style (such as creating an authentic learning environment and students being able to demonstrate and share their strengths)

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Shows the benefits of using the multiple intelligence's learning style (such as creating an authentic learning environment and students being able to demonstrate and share their strengths)

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Gardner's learning theory

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Good overview of Gardner's multiple intelligence's theory.

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Mister E's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:15 PM

Good overview of Gardner's multiple intelligence's theory.

 

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Birmingham Grid for Learning - Multiple Intelligences (Secondary)

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Lets you take a test to determine what learning style best fits you.

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Mister E's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:19 PM

Lets you take a test to determine what learning style best fits you.

 

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Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience - YouTube

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A video presentation on Dale's Cone of Experience.

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Six Action Shoes - YouTube

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Another way of differentiating thinking/action.

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Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Model

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This model can be thought of as a set of Russian dolls, with the child in the center within influences within influences.

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Bloom's Taxonomy : Finding Nemo - YouTube

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An explanation of what Bloom's Taxonomy is using Finding Nemo as an exemplar.

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LESSON 1:Meaning of Educational Technology: LESSON 5: THE CONE OF EXPERIENCE

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Amrisha Richie Ravinder Jonnalagadda's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:40 PM

good summary of De bono's thinking hats. 

Hannah Warren's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:49 PM

The six thiking hats learning style is similar to VARK in terms of its approach to 'thinking about thinking' 

Darren Florence's comment, June 30, 2014 8:10 PM
I really like this approach, it helps you to look at a problem from many different angles and consider all aspects of it. Very useful way of removing the bias of 'set ways of thinking'
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Pro's and Con's of Bloom's Taxonomy

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Bloom's Taxonomy - Can It Survive the 21st Century Finding a source to support Bloom’s taxonomy for learning was very easy. Most areas of learning supported Benjamin Bloom’s classification system. ...
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This is an interesting blog entry which talks about pros and cons of the taxonomy with supporting links and information

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Mister E's comment, June 30, 2014 7:47 PM
I think parts of Bloom's Taxonomy are great but can it stand by itself? Not 100% convinced.
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Shows the different learning styles of students.

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Mister E's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:21 PM

Shows the different learning styles of students.

Troy Yancey's comment, June 30, 2014 7:49 PM
Nice visualization of multiple intelligences
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BTI Online: Log in to the site

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This power point is a great description of the different learning styles with good examples of leaders who embody the styles well.

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Mister E's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:30 PM

This power point is a great description of the different learning styles with good examples of leaders who embody the styles well.

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ISTC 301: Integrating Instructional Tech / Strengths and Weaknesses of Multiple Intelligences

ISTC 301: Integrating Instructional Tech / Strengths and Weaknesses of Multiple Intelligences | Learning Theories in Secondary Edcuation 2014 | Scoop.it
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Shows some more of the strengths and weaknesses of Gardner's multiple intelligence's.

Some weaknesses include that this theory doesn't define what intelligence is, excludes students with particular strength in one area and ultimately there is no scientific evidence for this theory.

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Mister E's curator insight, June 30, 2014 7:25 PM

Shows some more of the strengths and weaknesses of Gardner's multiple intelligence's.

Some weaknesses include that this theory doesn't define what intelligence is, excludes students with particular strength in one area and ultimately there is no scientific evidence for this theory.

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Dale’s Cone of Experience


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Dale’s Cone of Experience: “learning by doing”, which we know today as “experiential learning” or “action learning”

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Dale's Cone of Experience

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"Essentially, the Cone shows the progression of experiences from the most concrete (at the bottom of the cone) to the most abstract (at the top of the cone). It is important to note that Dale never intended the Cone to depict a value judgment of experiences; in other words, his argument was not that more concrete experiences were better than more abstract ones. Dale believed that any and all of the approaches could and should be used, depending on the needs of the learner."

 

See also http://rapidbi.com/dale-cone-of-experience-misleading-quotes/  ;


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David A. Kolb on experiential learning.

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David A. Kolb on experiential learning. David A. Kolb's model of experiential learning can be found in many discussions of the theory and practice of adult education, informal education and lifelon...
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About half way down this article it starts talking about 6 weaknesses of Kolb's theory

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