Learning Unplugged:
iPads in Higher Education
Kimberly LaPrairie
Curriculum and Instruction
How do you
decide which

apps to use
& when?
Bloom’s
Taxonomy
(Revised 2001)
Exhibit memory of
previously-learned
materials by recalling
facts, terms, basic
concepts and answers.

Does the app help u...
Demonstrate
comprehension
by explaining ideas
or concepts
Does the app help user:

•
•
•
•
•
•

Summarize information
Rete...
Use acquired
knowledge, facts,
techniques and
rules to solve new
problems
Does the app help user:
• Discover a new purpose...
Examine and break
information into
parts.
Does the app help user:
• Discriminate fact from
hypothesis
• Select important e...
Present and defend
opinions by making
judgments based on
a set of criteria.
Does the app help user:
• Check for accuracy
•...
Generate new
ideas, products, or
ways of viewing
things
Does the app help user:
•
•
•
•
•

Construct designs
Generate poss...
APPLICATION
OF
BLOOM'S
REVISED
TAXONOMY
Example

http://writeouschick.com
Bloom’s

App

Remember Describe where the 3 little pigs lived

Noteshelf

Summarize what the 3 little pigs story
Understan...
How Do You Find
All These
AMAZING
Apps?
http://www.21innovate.com/blooms-apps.html
http://www.schrockguide.net/ipads-in-the-classroom.html
And Don’t Forget
About Your PLN

What are your
favorite APPs
for teaching
and learning?
@DrLaPrairie
SlideShare
www.slideshare.net/drlaprairie
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  • 2014 SHSU TLC iPad Apps for Higher Education

    1. 1. Learning Unplugged: iPads in Higher Education Kimberly LaPrairie Curriculum and Instruction
    2. 2. How do you decide which apps to use & when?
    3. 3. Bloom’s Taxonomy (Revised 2001)
    4. 4. Exhibit memory of previously-learned materials by recalling facts, terms, basic concepts and answers. Does the app help user: • Locate facts or ideas • Recite facts or details
    5. 5. Demonstrate comprehension by explaining ideas or concepts Does the app help user: • • • • • • Summarize information Retell events Give examples Explain ideas or concepts Interpret relationships Determine importance
    6. 6. Use acquired knowledge, facts, techniques and rules to solve new problems Does the app help user: • Discover a new purpose for skills or knowledge • Employ knowledge in new situations • Experiment with concepts in a different setting
    7. 7. Examine and break information into parts. Does the app help user: • Discriminate fact from hypothesis • Select important elements • Determine biases • Deconstruct content • Organize content • Outline content
    8. 8. Present and defend opinions by making judgments based on a set of criteria. Does the app help user: • Check for accuracy • Evaluate procedures • Critique results
    9. 9. Generate new ideas, products, or ways of viewing things Does the app help user: • • • • • Construct designs Generate possibilities Produce solutions Design products Assemble plans
    10. 10. APPLICATION OF BLOOM'S REVISED TAXONOMY Example http://writeouschick.com
    11. 11. Bloom’s App Remember Describe where the 3 little pigs lived Noteshelf Summarize what the 3 little pigs story Understand was about Animoto Apply Construct a theory as to why the wolf blew down the houses Analyze Differentiate between how the pigs reacted and how you would react to the events Evaluate Assess whether or not you think this really happened to the 3 pigs Create Compose a song, skit, poem, video, etc. to convey the 3 little pigs story in a new form Educreations Inspiration PaperHelper Toontastic
    12. 12. How Do You Find All These AMAZING Apps?
    13. 13. http://www.21innovate.com/blooms-apps.html
    14. 14. http://www.schrockguide.net/ipads-in-the-classroom.html
    15. 15. And Don’t Forget About Your PLN What are your favorite APPs for teaching and learning?
    16. 16. @DrLaPrairie
    17. 17. SlideShare www.slideshare.net/drlaprairie
    18. 18. Questions?

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