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Bloom's Taxonomy - Digital Pathways

This is an incredibly useful summary on how to apply digital resources to scale Bloom’s Taxonomy. Thank you to our friends at Educator’s Technology for their work in compiling this. 44 more words


U is for Understanding


We take understanding for granted sometimes believing that our point of view is identical to others. We think that everyone thinks like us, but they don’t. 430 more words

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Q is for Questions

I’ve been waiting to write this post for quite awhile now. I’m often asked by homeschoolers and parents of gifted children, “How do you teach?” That question is an intricate web encompassing a zillion different variables, but to put it succinctly, I ask well-designed questions. 855 more words

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And, the hand of an old friend...

Talking of the progression in learning industry (refer to my previous post here), it seems some old concepts remain relevant forever. Bloom’s Taxonomy looks like one – still applicable in every context. 107 more words

F is for Flipping Bloom's

Bloom’s Taxonomy, Webb’s Depth of Knowledge, and Mrs. Pilgreen. Who? What?
You haven’t heard of them? Well, some really smart people laid out how learning happens in a multitude of ways and on a multitude of levels- mostly for teachers, but everyone should know about these people. 1,148 more words

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Measurable Learning Outcomes - Post from i4

Another helpful post from Franklin University’s International Institute for Innovative Instruction.  Dr. Rob Wood ties Bloom’s Taxonomy to learning outcomes that can be measured.

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What Learning Means to Me: a Brief Elaboration of Bloom's Taxonomy.

There are vast amounts of misinterpretations within school teacher ideologies regarding what true learning entails. The simple memorization of information is the typical teacher misunderstanding that their students have learned. 229 more words