Using Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom

The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day....

Larry Ferlazzo has a great blog.  Though he does a lot of work with ELL/ESL, he is also well-known in the world of EdTech! 

In the post linked above, he has outlined a number of resources to help teachers use Bloom's Taxonomy in their classrooms.  There is a link to The Differentiator tool that helps write Bloom-based lesson objectives.

Take special note of the Bloom's Taxonomy Pie Chart, from the American Psychological Association - it's a great resource to help us focus on Bloom as we're writing lesson plans for any learners in our classrooms.  It includes suggestions for activities and products aligned with Bloom's Taxonomy and would be appropriate to most classrooms.