Found Wisdom: "Bloom's Taxonomy Meets Technology: An Instructional Planning Tool"

Bloom's Taxonomy Meets Technology: An Instructional Planning Tool Emily Hixon
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As the authors of Bloom's Taxonomy Meets Technology: An Instructional Planning Tool point out, faculty response to new teaching technologies often falls into two categories.  Some faculty are enthusiastic but undiscriminating, incorporating something just because it's new and fun.  Others are overly skeptical and won't explore possibilities because they don't seem applicable.

The article from the Online Classroom newsletter provides a way for interested faculty to be discriminating, offering technology possibilities that connect with learning goals, using the well-known Bloom's taxonomy model.  Explore this recently updated version of Bloom’s taxonomy that focuses on aligning learning objectives with technology tools.  An especially useful instructional planning tool, it organizes the different levels of Bloom’s skills and action verbs with student assignments and current technologies.

Read more about Bloom's Taxonomy Meets Technology: An Instructional Planning Tool (UST faculty log in with your UST username and password — article is on page 5). 

 

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