Interactive Bloom’s Taxonomy

My pal Heather J. sent along a link to this site. Looks pretty nifty… (Note: it is the revised Bloom’s where synthesis / create appears last as opposed to second last.)

Barrie Bennett referenced this during his workshops, suggesting that students need to be exposed to all levels of the taxonomy but that student engagement tends to increase with higher order thinking. He challenged teachers to reflect on what types of questions we are using, to use the taxonomy intentionally,  and to add variety to our lessons and units.

Click on the picture or here is the link:

http://www.celt.iastate.edu/teaching/RevisedBlooms1.html

 

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