Welcome to the final installment of the techified taxonomy! Today, I'll be tackling the final two levels, Evaluating and Creating.The upper levels of the taxonomy seem to be what teachers aim to assess...we strive to encourage our students to push their knowledge of content beyond the simple recall level.How can we incorporate technology into the top levels of the taxonomy? I'm glad you asked! ... Read More about Techification of the Taxonomy: Part Four
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Looking for another collaborative tool to use in your classroom? Check out Listhings!Listhings is very similar to Padlet, in that users can post sticky notes and pictures to a wall, and collaborate with virtually anyone via email!Here are some examples of using interactive "corkboards" in your classroom:Students can...post what they feel needs to be reviewed for a testpost thoughts on a reading ... Read More about Collaborative “Corkboard” for the Classroom!
As professionals in the field of education, we have all heard of Bloom's Taxonomy...this mystical pyramid, circle, or tree that describes the levels of learning. We're told to try to assess the top levels of Bloom's as much as possible, and not to focus heavily on the lower recall levels, but be careful not to forget about the lower levels, because they're important, too! Ahhh the ... Read More about Bloom’s Taxonomy…Techified Part One
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
Are you looking for another awesome way to collaborate with your students using technology? Check out AnswerGarden!When I first read about AnswerGarden on Twitter, (which is where I find a lot of cool tech tools!) I admit I was skeptical. It seemed as though it was almost too simplistic...but that's the beauty of it! AnswerGarden doesn't have the bells and whistles of Padlet, but it is clean, ... Read More about Harvest Students’ Knowledge with Answer Garden!