FLI - ICT Decision Tree - Remembering

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Decision tree for Remembering (Bloom's Taxonomy) for ICT integration in subjects

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  • FLI - ICT Decision Tree - Remembering

    1. 1. Remem- bering Analysin g
    2. 2. ...recognising, listing, describing, identifying, retrieving, naming, locating, finding... ...bullet pointing, highlighting, bookmarking, social networking , social bookmarking, favourites, searching, googling...
    3. 3. Go back delicious is a social bookmarking site where members use tags to group their bookmarks. This can be used to create a class resource such as websites on technology in education. Click here for example. Go back.
    4. 4. Go back facebook is a social networking site where members interact as they might in a cafe, e.g. They leave notes for friends on their walls; they can share photos and resources; they can comment on others’ posts, and so on. This can be used to create a more social and tutorial-like space where students can interact synchronously or asynchronously. Click here for example. Go back.
    5. 5. LAMS is a learning activity management system developed by Macquarie University. Many educators use this as a learning activity flow system to control their students’ progress. Click here for example. Go back. Go back
    6. 6. Go back Google is the ubiquitous search engine that has grown into a communication centre. Google has many uses including searches, maps, scholar, note taking, calendar functions, collaborative document sharing, and so on. However, in its base function, it is a search engine that can provide answers to natural language questions. Click here for example. Go back.
    7. 7. Go back Sakai (known as Interact in CSU) is a free and open-source e- learning software platform, also known as a Course Management System, Learning Management System, or Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is designed to help educators create online courses with a focus on interaction and collaborative construction of content, and is in continual evolution. CSU have their own development team and Sakai3 will be released soon. Click here for example. Go back.
    8. 8. Go back Blogger is one of many blogging tools. CSU Interact has a blog tool embedded within it, too. A blog is similar to an online journal, and in many cases, it is used as a journal in education fields. For example, it can be used as a learning journal or a guided/scaffolded reading journal. Click here for example. Go back.
    9. 9. Webspiration is an online visual thinking, learning and collaboration tool for students, teachers, and thinkers everywhere. Brainstorm ideas, visualize concepts, organize information and collaborate with others anytime, anywhere. With Webspiration, assignments and work are always available, automatically saved, and stored online. Collaboration and peer review are easy. Everyone you invite creates, edits and comments on the same document. For both group work and individual work, this tool is great for visual thinking, writing, studying and learning... Click here for example. Go back. Go back

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