What is Mobile Learning?
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Tablets/Smartphones - What You Need to Know
eReaders - What You Need to Know
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Blooms Digital Taxonomy
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Blooms Digital Taxonomy
2Learn.ca Images and Blooms Taxonomy Interactive
Moving past what do you see! Spark interest and move from lower order thinking to higher order thinking using 2Learn.ca images and Bloom's Taxonomy.
Click on each level in the Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid beside the image you have selected for questions that will engage your students in thinking more critically about images.
FEATURE: 2Learn.ca Images and Blooms Taxonomy
Access a description of the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy of educational objectives on this page by University of Victoria Counselling Services.
Kathy Schrock has a created charts of apps to support Bloom's Revised Taxonomy. Scroll down the page to find specific examples of iPad, Google, Android and Web 2.0 apps.
Bloom's Taxonomy “Revised” Key Words, Model Questions, & Instructional Strategies
This quick guide has key words and model questions for all the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy.
Educational-Origami: Bloom's Digital Taxonomy
"This is the introduction to Bloom's Digital Taxonomy. The different taxonomical levels can be viewed individually via the navigation bar..." [site] There is a wealth of techer resources linked here.
Understanding and Using Bloom's Taxonomy to Improve Instructional Practice
This website addresses both the original domains established by Bloom and the revised categories. You will find graphs of behaviour and cognitive development, key words, discussion questions, as well as a link of resources for additional research.
A picture is worth a thousand thoughts: inquiry with Bloom's taxonomy
"Click a level of the pyramid to see questions and question prompts about the photograph that are appropriate to that level of thinking." [site]
Beyond Bloom's Taxonomy: Rethinking Knowledge for the Knowledge Age
"Here we present a provisional scheme of levels of working with knowledge. The levels may be thought of as levels of objectification, which start with viewing knowledge as a mental state and extend to viewing it as consisting of abstract objects. Objectification means the prying loose of knowledge...
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