What Do I Do ?
This is a self directed1 and flipped2 classroom for learning about ICT and how it relates to Bloom's Taxonomy. Below is a suggested list of things to do, but feel free to just browse around.
Watch the video about Bloom's taxonomy and how it relates to ICT on the right hand side of this page.
Have a look at the kinds of things you can do with ICT that relate to each of the levels in Bloom's Model.
Click on each word below to learn more.
Time to do some thinking and planning.
- Think of a topic you could use ICT to raise student outcomes. A fantastic resource for this are DER Wraps found here. Consider which of the Bloom's levels you would like to address within the topic.
- Determine what kinds of ICT resources you will need to implement your plans in the classroom. Andrew Churches has compiled a great page of resources here. Link your resources with the Bloom's taxonomy level you will be addressing.
- Investigate Scafolds and Rubrics that will help your students make the most of the ICT resources as well help you to assess your student's work. A great collection of pre-made scaffolds and rubrics can be found here.
Now, record your findings so others can see what you plan. You can also view the plans of other teachers and share your ideas. Click here to visit the ICT Planner Page.