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Bloom's Taxonomy for The Web (Visual) - Educators Technology

Bloom's Taxonomy for The Web (Visual) - Educators Technology | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it
For those of you who haven’t seen it yet,here is a handy visual featuring what we think are some of the best educational web tools for Bloom’ taxonomy. For each of Bloom’s thinking levels we came up with a number of suggested tools that go with it. We have been very selective concerning the choices included and because of space constraints we  excluded several other tools that worth the mention here. Also, the visual is not hyperlinked, check out the chart at the bottom of the page for links of the featured tools. For an iPad version of this graphic, click here.
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Using Creative Book Builder at Every Level of Blooom's

Using Creative Book Builder at Every Level of Blooom's | iPads, MakerEd and More  in Education | Scoop.it

"Creative Book Builder is a fantastic app that allows students to create books in epub format, which can then be exported to iBooks and shared with others. There are a variety of instructional uses for this app, from using it as a publishing tool for project-based learning to a summative assessment at the end of a unit.  Students can embed images, audio files, video files, and write text.  The advantage of an epub document over a PDF document is that all of the media will be preserved and available for readers to interact with when the final product is published.  

Depending on how you use Creative Book Builder with students, this app can help students complete tasks that align with every level of the revised Bloom's Taxonomy.  Explore the different ways this app can be used at each level of Bloom's Taxonomy..."

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Ralph Springett's curator insight, April 3, 2013 8:00 PM

This is a great tool. Bridging the devide between ePublishing formats.