Welcome back to the techification (new word!) of Bloom's Taxonomy. Today, I'll be discussing the "Apply" and "Analyze" levels of the Taxonomy.Let's get started.I personally feel that the "apply" level is EXTREMELY important in my classroom, and I'm sure you agree. I want to students to be able to remember and understand the bill to law process, but what I really want them to be able to do is take ... Read More about Techifying the Taxonomy: Part Three
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A Quick Thought About Twitter in the Classroom
More and more students are joining Twitter everyday. Teachers are joining Twitter for professional development purposes...that's why I joined Twitter! Isn't time Twitter is used as an educational tool?Sure, teachers have limited, if any, control over what students post on Twitter. With many web 2.0 tools, such is the case. Does that mean we eliminate tools like Kahoot or Padlet from our ... Read More about A Quick Thought About Twitter in the Classroom
Super Civics Lesson in One Minute with 60 Second Civics!
Are you a Social Studies teacher? Do your students sometimes zone out when you discuss the Constitutional Convention? The branches of government? Checks and balances? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then 60 Second Civics is for you!60 Second Civics is a daily podcast by the great folks at the Center for Civic Education. Each brief podcast discusses an aspect of Civics, ranging from ... Read More about Super Civics Lesson in One Minute with 60 Second Civics!
Student Response System…gamified!
I recently stumbled upon a true gamified student response system...Kahoot! Have you tried it?Before I get too excited...Kahoot is a game based student response system for classroom use. Teachers simply create a FREE account and select the type of "Kahoot" they want to create:quiz (allows teachers to create multiple choice quizzes with an unlimited number of questions)survey (allows teachers to ... Read More about Student Response System…gamified!