"Blooms Taxonomy is one of our topical themes in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Over the last couple of years, we have been posting dozens of articles on how teachers can can apply the HOTS ( Higher Order Thinking Skills ) in their teaching. You can check the resources below to learn more."
"I am not going to talk about Blooms Taxonomy because I know all of my readers are already familiar with what it is all about and for those who are new here please refer to Blooms Taxonomy section mentioned above to learn more. For today's post, I am sharing with you some great posters on Blooms Taxonomy. Honestly, as soon as I set my eyes on them, I fell in love with them. They are well designed and are visually appealing and can fit in your classroom perfectly. All thanks and gratitude go back to iLearn Technology http://ilearntechnology.com/?tag=digital-blooms-taxonomy for sharing them with us."
As an educator that works with our future teachers (pre-service students) I am always on the lookout for great visuals connecting Blooms Taxonomy with learning and technology. In this case, the wheel shared in Allan's blog post will be a great example. After all, 83% of learning is visual.
The Differentiator is a simple web app that helps you create objectives based on Bloom's Taxonomy. You simple click on the thinking skill, content, resources, product, or group tabs and then select what you want the student to do by clicking on the sub categories.
"Blooms Taxonomy is one of our topical themes in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Over the last couple of years, we have been posting dozens of articles on how teachers can can apply the HOTS ( Higher Order Thinking Skills ) in their teaching. You can check the resources below to learn more.
In this post we worked on some iPad apps that go along with each of the skills mentioned in Blooms Taxonomy. We have based our work on the popular Poster Langwiches made before but because she missed hyperlinking the apps we tried to avoid this mistake in the table below. Just click on any app and you will be automatically directed to its homepage where you can download it." from source: http://www.educatorstechnology.com
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