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Thompson BDT

Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

Which level of Bloom's Taxonomy is missing: Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, and Creating? Evaluating
Define the acronyms HOTS and LOTS. Higher order thinking skills and lower order thinking skills
Students publishing blogs, using a tool like Glogster, would be considered which level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Creating
How could students use a tool, like, at the Remembering level? They could bookmark websites for future reference.
According to the Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel, when students are at the Apply level, they are _______________________. Using a procedure
Breaking down a concept into parts and describing how the parts relate to the whole is part of which level of the Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel? Analyze
Students using discussion boards to facilitate a debate would be operating at which level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Evaluating
Under which type of knowledge (procedural, metacognitive, factual, or conceptual) does the Analyze level fall? Procedural
Interpreting, summarizing, inferring, paraphrasing, classifying, etc. are all verbs that fall under which level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Understanding
What simplified version of Bloom's Taxonomy was designed by Oliver Wendell Holmes and Art Costa? Three Story Intellect
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