Recently came across this awesome Bloom's Taxonomy interactive from Iowa State University, and had to share! It compares the cognitive process dimension, or the traditional Bloom's verbs, with the knowledge dimension to create a much more in-depth and rigorous take on how learning can be constructed at each level. Check it out!
I would bet money that YouTube is one of my students most used websites. Whether they are at lunch break or waiting for their parents to pick them up, they care constantly watching music videos, laughing at the newest YouTube sensation, or just browsing for news. As an educator, I think it is important to … Continue reading 18 Ways To Use YouTube With Bloom’s Taxonomy
I would wager a guess that the majority of teachers uses PowerPoint as a way to present information and lecture in class. In fact, PowerPoint has been under a lot of flack lately for being tired, dated, and unexciting. For the sake of playing devil's advocate, however, I vote that there's still some life left … Continue reading 20 Ways To Use PowerPoint With Bloom’s Taxonomy
Recently, I've been spending quite a bit of my time researching how to use Pinterest in the classroom in a way that is meaningful and relevant. I've posted a couple of articles about Pinterest before, and I've noticed that it is very popular among educators for both personal and classroom use. As I researched (and … Continue reading 25 Ways To Use Pinterest With Bloom’s Taxonomy
A few of my faculty members have been asking about ways they can use Twitter in the classroom recently. As I helped them integrate Twitter into their own classrooms, I started developing a running list of different ways Twitter could be used and quickly realized that the best way to show Twitter's value in the … Continue reading 22 Ways To Use Twitter With Bloom’s Taxonomy