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Bloom's Digital Taxo

Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

QuestionAnswer
What does "HOTS" stand for? Higher Order Thinking Skills
What is the highest level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Creating
What is the 1st level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Remembering
What is the 2nd level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Understanding
What is the 3rd level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Applying
What is the 4th level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Analyzing
What is the 5th level of Bloom's Taxonomy? Evaluating
Creating Put pieces together to form something new or recognize components of a new structure
Evaluating Make judgments based on criteria and standrds
Analyzing Break a concept down into its parts and describe how the parts relate to the whole
Tools like PollDaddy and Survey Monkey allow students to... analyze.
By participating in an online debate with a discussion board, students can practice... evaluation.
Tools like iMovie and Animoto allow students to practice... creating.
Using study tools like Quizlet or Study Stack allows students to practice... remembering.
Mindmaps and Venn Diagrams created using Google Drawings allow students to practice... understanding.
Editing a peer's essay for grammar and punctuation allows students to practice... application.
Created by: CarrieBowman