Digital Bloom’s Taxonomy


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Digital Bloom’s Taxonomy

  1. 1. Digital Bloom’s Taxonomy: Technologies that BuildEmpowerment and Excellence Equity within the Classroom Conference Detroit, MI 4.8.13 A’Kena LongBenton, MA, PMC Wayne State University
  2. 2. Workshop Abstract This workshop will begin with comparing/contrasting Bloom’sTaxonomy original and revised versions. Next, it will explain the revisedversion in detail. Moreover, participants will be exposed to Bloom’s DigitalTaxonomy, which addresses how technologies readily connect topedagogical practices across various disciplines. The facilitator will introduce the following technologies: Animoto,Blogspot, Camtasia, Edublog, Glogster, Google Drive, Poll Everywhere, Prezi,QuestGarden, QuizBreak!, Skype, Slideshare, SurveyMonkey, TED, Toondoo,VoiceThread, Voki, Weebly, Wikispaces, and YouTube. The technologies can be used in several ways: 1) audioannouncements/homework reminders; 2) audiovisual lectures; 3) contentpresentations; 4) course management systems; 5) curriculum webs; 6)electronic journal writing; 7) formative assessment tools; 8) inquiry-basedlearning; 9) quiz reviews; 10) voice/video-based discussion boards; and 11)video attention-grabbers or content summaries.
  3. 3. Content/Format Activities As time permits, the aforementioned technologies will be introduced in aworkshop format where instructors will actively participate in technology-basedinstructional activities. For example, using the Poll Everywhere tool, instructors willelectronically respond to a posed question using their mobile devices (cell phone,laptop, or tablet). Subsequently, electronic real-time survey results will appear on anLCD overhead projector screen. Also, instructors will create at least one technologytool that they can use in their classroom and share their creations at the conclusionof the workshop. Below are self-created examples of some of the aforementionedtechnology tools. Furthermore, in this workshop, instructors will have an opportunity towitness what the aforementioned technologies look like in practice. (Theres nothingworst than hearing about a concept, but never seeing it in action! :-)) Mostimportantly, they will be able to walk away from this workshop with applicableknowledge that will assist them in their classrooms. This session will not be a "sitand get" rather a "make and take" professional development. The facilitator is notinterested in simply feeding the instructors information that they may never use, butrather offer them an authentic learning experience.
  4. 4. Video & QuestionsBloom-How Dare You? Tool for Workshop Questions:
  5. 5. Bloom’s Taxonomy• Old vs. Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy
  6. 6. Digital Bloom’s Taxonomy
  7. 7. Getting Started: Interactive ActivitiesTechnology Resources Animoto Video: Survey via Poll Everywhere:
  8. 8. WorkshopTechnologies Website
  9. 9. CreatingAnimoto Scientific Method Video attention-grabbers or content a3MzRNGM7q3Q summaries.Glogster Electronic Angel Collage Content presentations gels/g-6lts4b92k4fcnmbmomp2rk4 Prezi Teen Mothers Content creations of-teen-mothers/
  10. 10. Creating cont.Toondoo Reading Process Content presentations oon?param=ePTa8qBnBOjRNutmdkM9m ZQPKXzfi%2FPvjAjE%2FvxkGHgHTm7Q4e ul1Q%3D%3D Mismatched Career Goals Content presentations on?param=KTcfzlNB56bRNutmdkM9mZQ PKXzfi%2FPvjAjE%2FvxkGHgHTm7Q4eul1 Q%3D%3D Funding Education Content presentations on?param=nsl7FbGdlknRNutmdkM9mZQP KXzfi%2FPvjAjE%2FvxkGHgHTm7Q4eul1Q %3D%3D Funding Education Content presentations on?param=T1QHn3iPL3fRNutmdkM9mZQ PKXzfi%2FPvjAjE%2FvxkGHgHTm7Q4eul1 Q%3D%3D
  11. 11. Creating cont.VoiceThread Math Basics Voice/video-based discussion boards 4794/Wikispaces Mobile Learning and http://mobilelearningandassessment Content creation Assessment Mobiles & Open Content creation Content Literacy Websites http://rll-7100- Content creation
  12. 12. Evaluating QuestGarden “The Tell-Tale Heart” Inquiry-based learning Short Story Unit preview.php?u=144746&l=144746- 120521071125&pt=student&p=introduct ionSurveyMonkey Parts of Speech Formative assessments y_Responses.aspx?sm=fsqfd4pDwh0HISE 3%2fuYBl3WlB8byAEkfUUCRmtMjK50%3 dSurveyMonkey Technology Resources Formative assessments y_Responses.aspx?sm=qcPT1a8U2M02m aU3GBg0Vvv%2by88M6RxzI4T21KlhrIw% 3dWeebly Demonstration Speech Curriculum web Unit
  13. 13. AnalyzingGoogle Drive Electronic revisions and huser=0#my-drive group collaborations
  14. 14. ApplyingVoki_MSU College of Education Technology Audio learning objectives and homeworkConference rtnerID=symbaloo&scid=4185678&hei reminders ght=267&width=200
  15. 15. Understanding Blogspot Chapter Outline_IT 6110 Chapter outlining Edublog 21st Century Learners at Electronic journal writing a Glance 9/21st-century-learners-at-a-glance/QuizBreak! Public Speaking Quiz 2 Formative assessment and online oard=43362-1320707335 interactive quiz previewSlideshare Homonyms Content comprehension and review monyms-slidecast-11529903 Skype Group collaboration and instructor and peer feedbackTED The Danger of a Single Alternative perspective videos Story dichie_the_danger_of_a_single_story.html
  16. 16. RememberingCamtasia Audiovisual lectures Scholarships video screencast and content z8m1AvDns presentationsYouTube Demonstration Modeling Speech—Solar Oven Qkh-0akYouTube Demonstration Modeling Speech—Step Dance yIfaPVCMYouTube Oral Interpretation— Modeling Dark Knight O2GYs_wYouTube Self-Introductory Modeling Speech—Made in China 9c6sugY
  17. 17. Words of Caution• The technologies explored promote: active and independent learning, application, creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, student engagement and reflection—not mere comprehension.• Word of Caution: Soft skills need to be addressed when technologies are used, e.g., time management skills. There are countless technologies and distractions on the internet. If students are not instructor-guided and/or focused, then tons of unproductive hours can be spent on the web with no intellectual gains.
  18. 18. Questions?Timer: Tool for Workshop Questions:
  19. 19. Evaluation• Please evaluate this presentation. You can leave one-word responses, phrases, sentences, or full paragraphs.