Since its publication in 1956, Bloom’s Taxonomy has been a foundation of most modern education systems. While the overarching principles have remained the same, changes in understanding, experience and technology have seen the Taxonomy take on a number of different forms, for a number of different purposes and applications.
The below overview shows the progression of Bloom’s Taxonomy, how each thinking skill applies in practice, and examples of activities using digital tools.
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Links and Additional Material
- Aiming at Sustainable Innovation in Teacher Education – Paper from Vilnius University
- Bloom’s Taxonomy – Paper by Mary Forehand at The University of Georgia
- Blooms Taxonomy Apps – List of apps aligned to Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy and Web 2 Tools – Prezi by educator Pip Cleaves
- K-5 iPad Apps According to Bloom’s Taxonomy – Article by Edutopia
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