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Applying Bloom's Taxonomy to Google Tools and Projects

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Overview

For more than half a century, teachers have used Bloom's Taxonomy to lead students deeper into content in an orderly manner. It is a tried and true method that you can now modernize and enhance even more with technology. In this webinar, join Shervette Miller-Payton as she shows how to use various Google apps (Voice, Drive, Chrome, Hangouts, Sites, YouTube, World Wonders, and Visualizer) to take students from basic memorization through complex creation. Come discover project ideas that will help students understand topics more thoroughly while being engaged and empowered.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, October 31, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Google Intermediate, Learning Theories & Strategies, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: Bloom's Taxonomy, Blooms, Google tools, student projects

Reviews (22)

Full Member
 
This is a great way to show how Bloom can employ google concepts.
Full Member
 
Very interesting and informative, Thank you!
Full Member
 
Google Cultural Institute is the most interesting tip! I was unaware of this resource.
Full Member
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Very informative.
Here is the back-channel link to this webinar: https://simplek12.titanpad.com/1432
Full Member
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Very Informative
Full Member
 
I am always so focused on hitting content, itís nice to be visually reminded of where activities fall on Bloomís
Basic Member
 
Thank you for the great ideas.
Full Member
 
A great variety of google resources to access Bloom's for all levels of students.
Full Member
 
This presentation has so many resources. It has given me so many things to think about and try. The organization around Bloomís Taxonomy was excellent.
Full Member
 
Thank you for the great presentation. I have used Google Forms and Maps in the past, but you have shown me a new way to incorporate them in my math class.
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