Tuesday, April 19, 2011

HOTTS (Higher Order Thinking/Technology Skills)

Recently on Free Tech for Teachers, a new look at good old Bloom’s taxonomy was published, integrating ideas for the use of technology at each level.  Here’s a quick summary:

  • Remembering & Understanding: social bookmarking sites like Diigo, etc.
  • Applying: iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Prezi, Glogster, Power Point, etc.
  • Analyzing: Google Forms, Google Docs/Excel, Wordle, etc.
  • Evaluating & Creating: Blogger, Twitter, VoiceThread, etc.

Have questions about what some of these things are, or how to use them?  Send me an email or give me a call – I’ll be happy to drop in and show you the ropes!

Read the article to learn more: Free Technology for Teachers: HOTTS (Higher Order Thinking/Technology Skills) - Guest Post

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