Were the strategies, skills, and procedures I used effective for teaching this lesson or unit? How do I know?
Digital literacy is changing reading–not at its core necessarily, but certainly at its edges as it expands to include new kinds of ‘reading.’
Google Classroom excels in providing solutions for teachers. From tagging your curriculum to digital exit slips, here are 60 ways to use Google Classroom.
From rubrics and presentations to apps, definitions, and frameworks, here are 25 of the best resources for critical thinking.
Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs include Evaluate: Criticize, Judge, Defend, Appraise, Value, Prioritize, Revise, Argue, Support, and Re-design.
Bloom’s Spiraling is the process of starting first at lower levels of Bloom’s–recalling, defining, explaining, etc.–and then progressively increasing the level of thinking.
Admit it–you only read the list of the six levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, not the whole book that explains each level and the rationale behind the Taxonomy. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
Bloom’s Taxonomy is a powerful teaching and learning tool that can help you shape nearly everything that happens in your classroom.
Bloom’s Taxonomy is a hierarchical ordering of cognitive skills that can, among countless other uses, help teachers teach and students learn.
From making an observation and drawing a conclusion to forming and improving a question, here are 27 strategies for critical learning.
In this list, we’ve collected posters, apps, definitions, apps, tools, videos and strategies and more to help teachers use Bloom’s Taxonomy.
The Simplest Way To Slow The Summer Slide by Terry Heick There’s a lot of dialogue right now about the dreaded summer slide. Lots of scary statistics, technology layers, and socioeconomic concerns. Tips, resources, ideas, and strategies to reduce the impact of students being away from the classroom all summer. This is a topic that…
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