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Assignment 4 dov kipperman [נשמר אוטומטית]

  1. 1. Individual Assignment #4 - LearningClassification Chart using BloomsTaxonomy Dov Kipperman
  2. 2. Bloom’s Taxonomy• A vital part of the 21 century skill set, higher- order thinking skills are often defined using Benjamin Bloom’s Taxonomy. Published in the 1950s, Bloom’s Taxonomy has been an organizing tool for educational reform efforts for decades.
  3. 3. Bloom’s Taxonomy
  4. 4. Verbs for the actions describing eachtaxonomic level.Lower Order Thinking Skills (LOTS)• ● Remembering - Recognising, listing, describing, identifying,• retrieving, naming, locating, finding• ● Understanding - Interpreting, Summarising, inferring,• paraphrasing, classifying, comparing, explaining, exemplifying• ● Applying - Implementing, carrying out, using, executing• ● Analysing - Comparing, organising, deconstructing, Attributing,• outlining, finding, structuring, integrating• ● Evaluating - Checking, hypothesising, critiquing, Experimenting,• judging, testing, Detecting, Monitoring• ● Creating - designing, constructing, planning, producing, inventing,• devising, makingHigher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS)
  5. 5. Example 1: Educational Technology foraddressing each learning level
  6. 6. Example 2: Educational Technology for addressing each learning levelhttp://primarytech.global2.vic.edu.au/2009/08/13/blooms-taxonomy-in-the-digital-age /
  7. 7. Example 3: Educational Technology for addressing eachlearning levelhttp://educationaltechnologyguy.blogspot.co.il/2011/1 0/android-apps-related-to-blooms-taxonomy.html
  8. 8. Example 4: Online Collaborative Tools Online collaborative tools can be organized into eight main categories. Click a category or tool type to access links and information about sample tools and resources.://www.intel.com/education/video/collaborate/resources/Online_Collaborative_ Tools.pdf
  9. 9. • …And there are hundreds more…
  10. 10. Tool, tools, tools…BUT
  11. 11. • Example:Audacity : software enables students to createpodcasts using just their computers without aninternet connection.The tool is just a technology tool that can beused in different levels of bloom taxonomy . Inorder to facilitate learning the teacher have todesign a task suited to the desire cognitive level.
  12. 12. …oopps…So is this assignment 4 ? - Just to find websites ? Using google as a search engine- which level in bloom taxonomy is it ?Assignment=4 - I need clarification...and i wonder[post send to the forum]http://venture-lab.org/education/topics/7650
  13. 13. Assignment=4 - I need clarification...and i wonder[post send to the forum]http://venture-lab.org/education/topics/7650Hi AllI still not sure i understand what to do with the assignment- Do we have to choosetechnological tools for each level of bloom taxonomy and search for examples already existon the internet , or to create our own examples ?For example: if i choose a blog as technological tool, do i have to create my own example toshoh how it can express through an examplr a certain level of bloom taxnomy[remembring, understandig, etc...] ? or just look for examles already exist ?Weather the answer to the question above, I wonder if the better way todeal with the assignment is to let the pedagogy lead and technology willfollow. i mean to choose a specific subjet, to write learning behavioralobjectives and skills we want to promote [using verb of bloom taxnomy]and than choose suited technological tools and justify its added values forreaching the objectives.I think the most important is to show what is the added value [if at all?] oftechnological tools to implementation of bloom taxonomy.On the other hand, i wonder if those new technology tools has a potential tothink in a critical way on bloom taxonomy - Can technology change/improvepedagogy ?What do you think ?Dov - See the discussion
  14. 14. Well…I decided to keep on searching…This is a different story….Remmeber….
  15. 15. http://wiki.foxmarks.com/topic/thinking_tools
  16. 16. http://www.intel.com/content/www/u s/en/education/k12/teachers.html
  17. 17. Example: Visual Ranking ToolThe Visual Ranking Tool allows you to order andprioritise items on a list.Students can analyze andevaluate criteria for their decisions and canvisually compare their reasoning with others topromote discussion and collaboration.
  18. 18. Example: Visual Ranking Tool Impact of InventionsSummary •In this unit, students consider how and which inventions have improved •peoples’ lives. Students develop criteria in order to substantiate theirchoices. The Visual Ranking Tool helps students evaluate the impact ofinventions and compare their lists with peers. After looking at inventionsacross history, students can develop their own inventions, using the manytools of an inventor.Curriculum-Framing Questions •Essential Question •How does change impact our lives?Unit Questions •What are the most important inventions?How have inventions improved peoples lives?Sample Content Question •How did a particular invention develop?What is the process for inventing something?
  19. 19. Example: Visual Ranking ToolImpact of Inventions
  20. 20. Conclusions• Understand bloom taxonomy [Pedagogy]• Focus on the level you want your students to demonstrate [Pedagogy]• Search for relevant technology tools [Technology]• Design [create] a task [Peda gogy]• And…a tip…
  21. 21. TIPGood stealing is better thanbad design

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