A Visual Representation of
Bloom's Taxonomic Hierarchy
with a 21st Century Skills Frame. Reproduced courtesy of Michael Fisher at http://visualblooms.wikispaces.com

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Comment by David Ligon on October 24, 2009 at 9:37am
Michael, thank you for posting your updated Digital/Visual Blooms image based on the C4LPT Top 25. Great Job!
Comment by Michael Fisher on October 20, 2009 at 10:58pm
I've added a new version of the Digital/Visual Blooms here: http://visualblooms.wikispaces.com/ (scroll down)

and added the image here:

Comment by David Ligon on August 10, 2009 at 11:30pm
Paula, thanks for the link to the bloomsrubrics wikispaces site. I look forward to joining the discussion in the near future. -David
Comment by Paula White on August 10, 2009 at 7:18am
Part of the discussion, too, back in Feb/March centered around assessing projects on Bloom's taxonomy as well, so we started thinking about that here: http:bloomsrubrics.wikispaces.com Please join in the discussion there as well.
Comment by Michael Fisher on August 9, 2009 at 8:27pm
Thanks, David--again!

What started off as a quick, but stoic, visual representation of where tech tools would fit into the hierarchy, we discovered that it's not that easy. We we're thinking cognitive load--Bloom was thinking assessment, practicality, and function. I'm applying Bloom's in a new way, whether it's right or wrong will be discovered as the conversation continues. I'm creating...and synthesizing...and very soon going to disrupt this model again!

Thanks for getting it back on the table!

Comment by David Ligon on August 9, 2009 at 8:02pm
During the image reposting for proper attribution, these comments below were wiped out, and are being faithfully reproduced here. Had I realized I shared the space with such an astute group of colleagues, I would have been more diligent in tracking down the source.

It appears to have started quite a firestorm of controversy amongst some of my PLN contacts on Twitter, who feel that although it is useful there are certain portions mis-aligned with Bloom's original taxonomic intent. Nonetheless, it has served the purpose of generating discussion, and getting educators talking about the concept. Well done, Michael.

Also, Michael was kind enough to provide links in a subsequent comment to the original content discussion from digigogy in February and March of 2009. Definitely worth reading to understand the proper context.


Comment by Lee Kolbert 10 minutes ago
Oh, I'm sorry, I just saw Michael Fisher's comment. Thanks Michael.

Comment by Lee Kolbert 11 minutes ago
Very cool! Who created this?

Comment by Michael Fisher 23 minutes ago
Original post from my wiki at: http://visualblooms.wikispaces.com/
If possible, could you relink the file with the attribution?


Comment by Debra M. Streacker 2 hours ago
This would be great "incentive" for our faculty - thanks for the resource!

Comment by Mary Beth Hertz 2 hours ago
Very cool, thanks for sharing!

Ref: http://angelamaiers.typepad.com/.a/6a00e3981e8fb68833011168a0454197...
Comment by Michael Fisher on August 9, 2009 at 7:27pm
To update from the previous conversation, here are the original blogposts from back in February:

Comment by Michael Fisher on August 9, 2009 at 7:24pm
Thanks David!


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