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Sandy Munnell

Applying Bloom's Taxonomy - 1 views

    Chart of Bloom's taxonomy
    Useful verbs, sample question stems, potential activities
Sue Sarber

VisualBlooms - home - 0 views

    Mike Fisher, an instructional coach and education consultant, has created an interesting wiki called Visual Blooms. Visual Blooms inserts web resources into the hierarchical categories of Bloom's Taxonomy. Web resources are placed into the categories of remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating. For example, Delicious is placed in the remembering category while VoiceThread is placed in the creating category.

    Thanks to Beth Still for sharing the link to Visual Blooms on Twitter.
    Whenever the "new blooms" gets mentioned I get the impression that people jump to the creation part as the immediate goal for any lesson. Those levels should always be stressed as developmental stages.

    Where as I understand how each of those tools fit neatly into the categories, I believe they are more powerful if you can guide the user through each of the developmental stages using one tool. Imagine teaching to remember using Voicethread. Continuing on through evaluating others Voicethreads. Then taking the students to create their own.

    It makes the pyramid more powerful. :-)
Fred Delventhal

ZaidLearn: Use Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel for Writing Learning Outcomes - 0 views

    Good to remember with any mention of Bloom that these are stages before goals. Mastery in one necessitates the next.

    Bad teachers tend to shoot for the highest and overshoot the others. These are developmental stages that must be passed from one to the next.
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