Mobile apps and Web 2.0 tools can facilitate implementation of activities requiring students to use skills at the top three levels of Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy--analyzing, evaluating, and creating. Here are five examples of activities that target these levels of the taxonomy and can be used with students across grade levels in a variety of content areas.
- By Susan Brooks-Young
Educators need to do a better job of explaining to the public what effective education really looks like.
- By Therese Mageau
Pritchardville Elementary has built parent engagement on three pillars: consistency, frequency and accessibility.
A Silicon Valley library’s quest to ignite innovation.
- By Parker Thomas, Cindy Chadwick
A 50-year veteran of psychometrics — the science of measuring mental abilities and processes — offers a brief history and insights into the future of testing.
Students today need to understand not only how to code online, but also how computer science and coding connect to the tangible objects in the world around them.
- By Jenny Nash, Leanna Prater
What interoperability means for learning environments.
- By Keith R. Krueger, Paula Maylahn
How will changes in human computer interfaces, e.g., incorporation of augmented reality/virtual reality, impact educational technology and the learning experience? Good question! In this week’s blogpost we provide an answer to that good question produced by the 10 members of "Technological Working Group 1" at the EduSummIT 2019 Conference held in Quebec City, October, 2019.
It’s one thing for impassible roads to hit pause on a school schedule. It’s an entirely different and unacceptable scenario when cyber extortion not only gets in the way of educating our youth but puts data pertaining to their health, academics and social development at risk of exposure and compromise — not to mention the public funds that are flushed away to ransom payments and cleanup efforts.
All your carefully prepared, tried-and-true paper worksheets can now be used on the computing devices in your 1-to-1 classrooms! Collabrify’s PDFPal is a free, browser-based app that is truly easy-to-use — and free! Read all about PDFPal in today’s blogpost!
- By Cathie Norris, Elliot Soloway