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Iowa State University’s Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching has created an interactive version of a revised Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Objectives. The interactive site provides examples of learning objectives that match combinations of cognitive process and knowledge dimensions. http://www.celt.iastate.edu/teaching/RevisedBlooms1.html
At the April 26, 2011, GCI staff meeting Giane Kedroe, Christine Mak-Fan, Sam Souannhaphanh, and Rupi Bergamin presented on the recent Garfield Gini-Newman PD on Critical Thinking. Gini-Newman is a Professor with the Department of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning at OISE/U of T whose … Continue reading
This is Larry Ferlazzo’s list of web resources for including Bloom’s Taxonomy in our lessons. Ferlazzo is a prolific blogger of education issues. The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom. Bloom’s Taxonomy is talked about … Continue reading
On April 13th, 2011, Barbara Welsford facilitated an Elimunate Webinar on Assistive Technology, Apps In Action for Reluctant Readers. The link below will take you to the slides of her presentation. Apps for Reluctant Readers
Today on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition, Michael Enright presented an interesting segment called “University Cheating” which looked at some of the issues that lead students to plagiarism. University Cheating – Woody Allen once admitted that he cheated on his metaphysics … Continue reading