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Bloom's Taxonomy & the Deeper Dimensions

(May this readers’ favorite inspire you to think about not only how you take your students but also how the Master Teacher might be trying to take you into the deeper dimensions. 758 more words

Melissa K. Smith

Questioning to Foster Deep Understanding

Questioning is a natural act that all teachers engage in.  This is supported by the fact that teachers spend 80% of the day asking questions (Leven and Long, 1981). 2,097 more words


Unit 1: Social/Collaborative Tools- Post 3: Social Bookmarking

The book What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologies and Social Media, edited by Scott McLeod and Chris Lehmann, includes a chapter on social bookmarking.  720 more words

Bloom's Taxonomy

Unit 1: Social/Collaborative Tools- Post 2: Wikis

The WikiWikiWeb…

I have learned a lot about wikis in the last few days, and I am just beginning to understand that there is must more to learn. 648 more words

Bloom's Taxonomy

Assessment: Using Higher Order Thinking Questions to Guide a Lesson

By: Abby

Ask any recent college of education graduate about Bloom’s Taxonomy, and they will most likely list the hierarchy of verbs associated with the “new” … 377 more words


The One About Memorization

Once upon a time, schools were awful because teachers did not understand how children think. They did many horrible things to the children, but one of the worst was forcing them to memorize constantly.

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What makes a great learning object?

An emphasis on engagement is what Lowe et al. (2010) report as being key to the success of learning objects.  What is going to drive engagement for students with learning objects?   228 more words