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Upping the Ante: Developing Critical Thinking Skills with Mobile Learning Activities

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Overview

Many suggestions for classroom use of mobile devices, such as online quizzes or presentations, focus on ways to automate tasks that students and educators need to do anyway. But there are numerous possibilities for undertakings that challenge students to apply critical thinking skills, going far beyond this rudimentary use. Join Susan Brooks-Young as she presents and reviews a planning model that will help you think about pushing the boundaries for learning activities using research-based frameworks such as the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy and the TPACK framework. You will walk away with a variety of online resources for personal use and to share with colleagues.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Saturday, September 17, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Learning Theories & Strategies, Mobile Learning Intermediate
Tags: Blooms Taxonomy, critical thinking, mobile learning, planning model, TPACK framework

Reviews (19)

Basic Member
 
Thank you for this presentation. I particularly liked how you linked ICT use with known models such as Bloom's taxonomy and how you meaured activities through the SAMR model, which I also find very useful when designing activities or choosing tools.
Basic Member
 
Thank you for this presentation. I particularly liked how you linked ICT use with known models such as Bloom's raxonomy and how you meaured activities through the SAMR model, which I also find very useful when designing activities or choosing tools.
Full Member
 
Thank you for this!
Full Member
 
Definitely a useful tool for the classroom.
Full Member
 
Love the focus on research-based framework and Bloom's! All technology is a tool to get to real learning....where the focus needs to be. Great presentation and keeps the focus where it needs to be. Thank you!
Full Member
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Brilliant suggestions in this webinar.
Full Member
 
Good suggestions.
Full Member
 
Good suggestions.
Full Member
 
Good suggestions for challenging students to think critically.
Full Member
 
I like he idea of incorporating Bloom's Taxonomy into the lessons.
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