Tech Infused Lessons to Promote Higher Order Thinking
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Twitter Aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy for Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Twitter Aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy for Your Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Tech Infused Lessons to Promote Higher Order Thinking | Scoop.it

by Med Karbach

 

Thinking about using Twitter with your students ? The visual below is one of the best guide I have come across online. The graphic is created by Langwitches and provides a cognitive incentive for those reluctant teachers out there to start using social media with their students and particularly Twitter.

Langwitches started her graphic by outlining some of the reasons why as a teacher you should be engaged in a tweeting experience with your students. Tweeting, as is shown here, helps you cultivate a wide range of important literacies including : digital literacy, information literacy, network literacy and also promotes some other skills such as critical thinking and reading and writing skills.

In the second part of the graphic Langwitches introduced the Twitter routine and talked about some of the things students need to keep in mind while using Twitter and then at the third part she placed some Twitter practices along a continuum of thinking skills with lower order thinking skills in one end and higher order thinking skills at the other.

Langwiches has also recently created a wonderful visual on visible thinking routines. I recommend that you check it.


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Infographic: The Current State Of Technology In The Classroom

Infographic: The Current State Of Technology In The Classroom | Tech Infused Lessons to Promote Higher Order Thinking | Scoop.it

"The current state of technology in the classroom is somewhere between its infancy and bold experimentation. For every 1:1 tablet program or BYOD-pioneering district, there is a teacher in a poor urban district struggling to get her “smart” board thinking again, or another in a rural district dancing a little dance for his new document camera."


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How to Help Teachers Use Technology in the Classroom

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Recent reports (from The Chronicle of Higher Education and Walden University [PDF], for example) point to teachers' continuing difficulties integrating technology into classroom learning. Despit...

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Web Tools to Use with Bloom's Digital Taxonomy ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Web Tools to Use with Bloom's Digital Taxonomy ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Tech Infused Lessons to Promote Higher Order Thinking | Scoop.it

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Raquel Oliveira's curator insight, August 22, 2013 2:11 PM

tenho usado bloom para desenvolvimento das atividades on line e estou urtindo os resultados.

Dr. Laura Sheneman's curator insight, August 22, 2013 2:35 PM

Great updated list of tools supporting Blooms.

Dr Weimar's curator insight, August 23, 2013 10:39 AM

Helpful information on locating web tools matched to Bloom's

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Technology in the classroom enhances creativity, learning

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When a student sends a tweet, that’s actually helping them learn, a new study about technology in the classroom says. How so?

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Kelly Brenner Smith's curator insight, June 26, 2014 11:07 AM

"The research found that digital tools are “broadening the audience for their written material, and encouraging teens to write more often in more formats than may have been the case in prior generations.”

 

With this statement, I concur!

Sumayya Qudrat's curator insight, April 9, 2015 12:00 AM

benefits of technology in the classroom