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Vicki Davis

What is tagging? - Flat Classrooms - 6 views

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    A conversation that we're having about tagging, folksonomy and taxonomy and when to use each. This was posted as an email request on our Flat Classroom certified teacher group, however, we have as a best practice to pull out those discussion items and put them on the Ning so that everyone can benefit from the discussion when it is something others may want to read. Feel free to join in and see the conversations happening and add your thoughts.
Cornélia Castro

Bloom's Revised Digital Taxonomy Wheel & the Knowledge Dimension | Eductechalogy - 25 views

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    Clicar na roda! Click the wheel!
Suzie Nestico

Reflection Taxonomy - 17 views

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    Peter Pappas has a great model here for reflective practice for students based on each level of Bloom's Taxonomy. Students used this in class today as part of their midterm reflection.
Suzie Nestico

k12wiki - tagging to help teachers - 18 views

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    Wiki with detailed explanation of how to tag articles
Michael Walker

'Literacy' Sucks | The Committed Sardine - 14 views

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    Nice graphic on the types of Literacy.
Ted Sakshaug

Tree of Life Web Project - 14 views

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    The Tree of Life Web Project (ToL) is a collaborative effort of biologists and nature enthusiasts from around the world. On more than 10,000 World Wide Web pages, the project provides information about biodiversity, the characteristics of different groups of organisms, and their evolutionary history (phylogeny).
Ted Sakshaug

Animal Diversity Web - 15 views

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    ADW is a large searchable encyclopedia of the natural history of animals. Every day, thousands of classroom students and informal visitors use it to answer animal questions. Other sites specialize in local, endangered, or particular kinds of animals. We aim to be as comprehensive as possible.
Dean Mantz

iLearn Technology » Blog Archive » Bloom's Taxonomy: Bloomin' Peacock - 17 views

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    Digital Age Blooms Taxonomy along with Web 2.0 tools per Blooms level via Kelly Tenkely on Twitter.
Kim Yaris

http://visualblooms.wikispaces.com/ - 38 views

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    LOVE this!
Fred Delventhal

ZaidLearn: Use Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel for Writing Learning Outcomes - 1 views

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    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.
Fred Delventhal

educational-origami » Bloom's and ICT tools - 0 views

  • Bloom's and Revised Bloom's give us a learning process.
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    It's my experience that people forget that these are a learning process and not better over worse ways to teach.
Eloise Pasteur

Clark Aldrich's Style Guide for Serious Games and Simulations: A Taxonomy of Interactivity - 0 views

  • Many conversations around interactivity in formal learning programs rests on the tools. Does WebEx allow polling? Can you have threaded conversations in Second Life? What if you gave keypads to members of an audience? And those are all good questions. But at the same time, we need to nurture cultures around interactivity that are independent of any technology. We need vocabulary and expectations around interactivity itself.Here's a suggestion, hopefully useful in practice if not in theory:
  • Level 0: The instructor speaks regardless of audience.
  • Level 1: The instructor pauses and asks single answer questions of the students.
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  • Level 2: The instructor tests the audience and based on the collective response, skips ahead or backtracks.
  • Level 3: The instructor asks multiple choice questions of the audience, where a student might have the opportunity to defend different answers, or the instructor asks real time polling questions for data.
  • Level 5: Students engage labs or other activities and create unique content; however, most solutions will fall into fairly common patterns if done enough times.
  • Level 4: Students engage labs or other activities that have a single, typically process solution, such as putting together an engine.
  • Level 6: The students engage in long, open ended activities, such as writing a story or creating and executing a plan, and where the class "ends up" is unpredictable.
  • Culture, not TechnologyBut again, while technology examples are included, all of this can be done in a traditional classroom.
  • The implication is not that Level 6 should always be used. Most programs will start ideally at Level 1, and then transition to Level 3, 4, 5, or even 6 as quickly as possible.
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    A discussion of, and model for how interactive your classes are - with a bias towards technology but the feet firmly in teaching in general.
anonymous

Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Domains - 3 views

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    There is more than one type of learning. A committee of colleges, led by Benjamin Bloom, identified three domains of educational activities: - Cognitive: mental skills (Knowledge) - Affective: growth in feelings or emotional areas (Attitude) - Psychomotor: manual or physical skills (Skills)
Jeff Johnson

University of Victoria - Counselling Services - 0 views

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    Benjamin Bloom created this taxonomy for categorizing level of abstraction of questions that commonly occur in educational settings. The taxonomy provides a useful structure in which to categorize test questions, since professors will characteristically ask questions within particular levels, and if you can determine the levels of questions that will appear on your exams, you will be able to study using appropriate strategies.
Anna Adam

educational-origami » Bloom's Digital Taxonomy - 1 views

  •  bloom's Digital taxonomy v2.1.pdf
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    Great resource for applying Bloom's taxonomy to the use of educational technology
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    This is an update to Bloom's revised taxonomy to account for the new behaviours emerging as technology advances and becomes more ubiquitous. Bloom's revised taxonomy accounts for many of the traditional classroom practices, behaviours and actions but does not account for the new processes and actions associated with web 2.0 technologies and increasing ubiquitous computing.
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    This is an update to Bloom's revised taxonomy to account for the new behaviours emerging as technology advances and becomes more ubiquitous. Bloom's revised taxonomy accounts for many of the traditional classroom practices, behaviours and actions but does not account for the new processes and actions associated with web 2.0 technologies and increasing ubiquitous computing.
Deb Henkes

WebTools4u2use - home - 1 views

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    Huge list of Web 2.0 tools
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    A wiki for school friendly media.
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    A wiki not just for school library media specialists but for all teachers to learn about cool new web tools, see how they can be used in school programs, and share ideas & success stories. 
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