By studying Bloom’s Taxonomy (Revised and Digital) and Marzano’s theories on classroom instruction, I have found many ways that I can implement their theories into my current job as well as possible classroom situations.
By reading Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy theories I realize that I need to try and get my students to higher order thinking skills to make sure they understand what is being taught and to help them develop in their learning. In my current position I am often asked to give…Continue
Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy vs. Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
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Having had ample opportunity to explore Marzano’s Nine Instructional Strategies in my university classes, I was pleased to start my new teaching assignment this year with this tool in my toolbox. My school district has placed a fine focus on the Teaching-Learning Cycle (TLC) and even established a model specifically for schools in our district. Based heavily on Bloom’s taxonomy, the WSD3 TLC framework asks all teachers to create learning intentions to complement our…Continue
Investigating Bloom’s Taxonomy…Continue
The clutter and noise that technology brings to education can be a bit overwhelming for teachers. Deciding upon the best tools for your daily tasks will definitely impact the improvement of your workflow. That is why you have to know how you can benefit from the tool you are going to use. Thus, for all educators which consider using a form builder to help them streamline school related activities, here is a handful of …
Added by Laura Iancu on January 10, 2014 at 1:23am — No Comments
This was a fun activity! I am going to use this with my 8th graders who are starting blogs this week. They are to find 3 adjectives to describe them and write a paragraph for each. This will be perfect for a wordle!
Added by Theresa Allen on January 9, 2014 at 7:37pm — No Comments
Here is the link to my Wordle Word Cloud about Wikis:
Here it is attached as a PDF also:
Added by Janelle Shumaker on January 9, 2014 at 11:33am — No Comments
I love the idea of bring-your-own-device (BYOD), but it can be a nightmare! I recently taught a class entitled Cloud Computing and Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers. The class was held in a wireless conference room, but the attendees had to bring their own devices. Keep in mind that the students in the class were teachers, most of whom were using their school-issued computers. School-issued computers! School issued computers that…Continue
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Added by Joel Garcia on January 3, 2014 at 5:20pm — No Comments