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John Evans

K-5 iPad Apps for Applying: Part Three of Bloom's Revised Taxonomy | Edutopia - 17 views

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    "Bloom's Revised Taxonomy breaks each learning stage (remember, understand, apply, analyze, evaluate and create) into four separate levels of knowledge. These levels include the factual, conceptual, procedural, and metacognitive. Together the levels of knowledge are making incremental movements from a factual understanding, to the personal command and realization of the learning process.

    The revised taxonomy also lists two cognitive processes within the applying stage: executing and implementing.1 These two processes illustrate the range of thinking skills possible within a stage. Executing requires the application of factual knowledge and refers to the ability to carry out learned procedures such as solving a long division problem. On the other hand, implementing reaches up into the metacognitive level and demands that students be able to apply learned skills to a task that initially appears to be an unrelated to prior learning experiences. "
Dean Mantz

Screencasting Apps for the iPad | Langwitches Blog - 23 views

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    @Langwitches provides an overview of some recent screecast apps for the iPad and how to use them effectively. 
jeffery heil

Apptivities - 25 views

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    Apptivity: An instructional activity that uses the power of mobile learning devices and apps.
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    fantastic resource that I think IEAR might want to emulate a little.
diane darrow

Tablet Rasa | Article Archives | Article Archives | Cleveland Magazine - Your guide to ... - 4 views

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    Laptops, iPads, social networks and computer simulation games are making their way into area classrooms, giving teachers a blank slate for innovative approaches to learning.
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