Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy is indeed a good tool to structure, to organize and to reflect on lessons as well as to facilitate deeper understanding. After reading Bloom’s and ICT Tools I found a very nice guideline on Storybird: Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Classroom which is an overview of actions, questions and activities for teaching practices.
Plan 1: I share this with my colleagues and use this guideline for planning and reflecting my lessons more often.
I would have never thought that there are so many more adjustments and adaptions of Bloom’s taxonomy. Several search keys in Google later I found Bloom’s Taxonomy for the iPads which interest me the most at the moment. Here are two examples:
It really got me questioning how I chose the iPad Apps for our trial at school. I feel the need to go over that list for the German Department again. So far I tried to classify the apps by Consume – Collaborate – Produce which also goes in the direction of being a contributor. But Bloom’s taxonomy is such a great tool for the classification as well.
Even more impressive for me the following iPadagogy Wheel. It combines both the steps of Bloom’s revised Taxonomy and the integration of technology and makes it visible.
Plan 2: I’m definitely going to share this with my colleagues as well.