Summer Academy 2011

Web 2.0 Tools Based on Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

Instructor: Joanne Hammond

Today's Agenda
Student Worksheet
Bloom's Taxonomy
Bloom's Revised Digital Taxonomy
Web 2.0 Tools Based on Bloom's Revised Digital Taxonomy

SchoolCenter Picture

Click on the pyramid to enlarge it, then click on the pictures or site names to go to the Web 2.0 tools. 

Source:  http://www.usi.edu/distance/bloom%20pyramid.jpg 


Bloom's Taxonomy [original]

 Levels of Questioning Question Cues 

Lowest 

  •  Knowledge
List, Define, Tell, Describe, Identify,
Show, Label, Collect, Examine, Tabulate,
Quote, Name, Who, When, Where

  •  Comprehension
Explain, Discuss, Compare, Extend,
Interpret, Predict, Describe, Contrast,
Outline, Restate, Summarize, Distinguish

↓ 

  •  Application
Apply, Demonstrate, Calculate, Complete,
Illustrate, Show, Solve, Examine,
Modify, Relate, Change, Classify

  •  Analysis
Analyze, Explain, Arrange, Select,
Separate, Connect, Divide, Infer,
Order, Classify, Compare, Debate

  •  Synthesis
Combine, Rearrange, Create, What if?, Rewrite,
Design, Integrate, Substitute, Compose, Prepare,
Modify, Plan, Invent, Formulate, Generalize

Highest

  •  Evaluation
Assess, Grade, Recommend, Judge,
Decide, Test, Convince, Support,
Rank, Measure, Select, Conclude

 



Bloom's Revised Digital Taxonomy

HOTS
[Higher Order Thinking Skills]
Creating
Evaluating
Analyzing
Applying
Understanding
LOTS
[Lower Order Thinking Skills]
Remembering
Worksheet: Demonstrated Thinking Skill Checklist 



Web 2.0 Tools based on Bloom's Revised Digital Taxonomy

 

See Also Cool Tools for Schools: http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Home

Creating 
  1. GLOGSTER [create online interactive posters]
    EDU GLOGSTER for school use - http://edu.glogster.com
    Example:
    http://hammojoa.edu.glogster.com/nonfictionrocks/ 
    Glogster tutorial created in Slideshare:
    http://www.slideshare.net/digitalmaverick/glogster-presentation-presentation
    SchoolTube video, Mrs. Johnson Glogster tutorial: http://www.schooltube.com/video/4371a4c846be574a560a/Mrs-Johnson-Glogster-Tutorial 
  2. VOICETHREAD - https://voicethread.com/#u928784 
  3. PROTAGONIZE - http://www.protagonize.com/
    [read/write stories]
  4. PREZI [for presentations, a change from PowerPoints] www.prezi.com
    SchoolTube video tutorial: http://www.schooltube.com/video/e2da7e6cef3da1fb1c8b/Prezi-Instructions-1
  5. WIKISPACES [collaborative contributions] - www.wikispaces.com
    tutorial: http://www.wikispaces.com/content/wiki-tour 

POWER WORDS: adopt, arrange, collect, combine, compile, compose, connect, construct, coordinate, create, design, develop, elaborate, establish, explain, formulate, frame, gather, generate, graph, imagine, incorporate, integrate, interact, invent, judge, make, model, organize, plan, portray, product, publish, rearrange, refine, reorganize, revise, rewrite, summarize, synthesize, test, write

Evaluating
  1. NOTA - www.notaland.com [whiteboard wiki/mashup]
    Example of student work: http://notaland.com/boyeramy/76899
  2. SURVEYMONKEY - www.surveymonkey.com [survey maker] 
  3. RUBISTAR - http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php [rubric maker]
  4. iRUBRIC - www.rcampus.com/indexrubric.cfm [rubric maker]
  5. RCAMPUS - www.rcampus.com  (confirmation email did not come through to district email account; may need to register with home email and later click to verify account)
  6. YOUTUBE [or SCHOOLTUBE] - http://www.youtube.com/ or www.schooltube.com 

POWER WORDS: assess, choose, compare, conclude, consider, construct, contrast, critique, debase, defind, determine, estimate, evaluate, explain, interpret, justify, prioritize, prove, recommend, relate, sulect, summarize, support, test, verify

Analyzing
  1. EXPLORATREE - www.exploratree.org.uk
    [create thinking guides, analyze, look at different perspectives]
    video tour: http://www.exploratree.org.uk/movie.php
  2. CREATE A GRAPH - http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/default.aspx 
    no username/password required for use
  3. 10 x 10 - http://www.tenbyten.org/
    [Ten by Ten - interactive words and pictures that define a time, 2004-2011]
    no username/password required for use; no editors/regulation, based on news feeds]

POWER WORDS: analyze, ask, classify, compare, contrast, correlate, diagram, differentiate, documnet, edit, examine, explain, group, identify, infer, monitor, observe,
order, outline, reason, review, select, sequence, sort, survey

Applying
  1. GLIFFY - www.gliffy.com
  2. WIKIPEDIA - www.wikipedia.org
  3. GO TO WEB 20 - http://www.go2web20.net/#
POWER WORDS:adapt, choose, construct, determine, develop, draw, illustrate, modify, organize, practice, predict, present, produce, select, show, sketch, solve, respond
Understanding
  1. BUBBL.US - http://bubbl.us
  2. FOOTNOTE [must be over age 13] - www.footnote.com
  3. THE PERIODIC TABLE OF VIDEOS - http://www.periodicvideos.com/#
    [watch and understand]

POWER WORDS: compare, conclude, contrast, define, demonstrate, describe,
estimate, explain, identify, interpret, paraphrase, predict, retell, rewrite,
summarize, understand

Remembering
  1. CREATELY [diagramming tool - must be aged 13 or older] - www.creately.com
    video: Creately in 3 Minutes
    Creately Tour - click Try Creately Without Registering
  2. ZOHO  [documents, spreadsheets, presentations] - www.zoho.com
  3. DEL.ICIO.US [social bookmarking site] - http://www.delicious.com/ 
  4. FLICKR [photo sharing/mapping site] - www.flickr.com

POWER WORDS: count, define, describe, find, identify, label, list, locate,
match, name, outline, point to, select, show, state, study, tell, underline,
what, when, where, which, who, why, write