Bloom's Taxonomy and the 21st Century

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Bloom's Taxonomy and the 21st Century by Mind Map: Bloom's Taxonomy and the 21st Century

1. 21st Century relates to the learning environment because Bloom's taxonomy have been revised to meet the needs of the 21st century environment. Because the learning environment in the 21st century has changed, no longer will our students be taught with a 20th century mindset. Students need to be prepared to be successful citizens in the 21st century, which requires students to be critical thinkers, collaborators, and communication.

2. Blooms Taxonomy relates to these skills with it revision in the 21st century. The 21st century. The 21st century provides with the disposition and skill to be creative, critical thinkers, and collaborators. Using digital tools has enhanced the engagement of students in their learning.

3. Apps that support particular level of Blooms digital taxonomy are Integrating Technology with Bloom's Taxonomy by Obiajeli Sneed, 2016. This app informs teachers of how to use technology and digital tools to facilitate student learning experiences and outcomes. Each level of Bloom's Taxonomy is accompanied by a description of relevance and examples of digital tools that connect with the taxonomy framework. Another app is Google Tools and Bloom's revised Taxonomy by Kathy Schrock 2011. This app allows teachers to make their own judgement on how the tools can be used to support student learning at each level.

4. The apps support my level of learning because the apps allow me to use all level of Bloom's Taxonomy. "The purpose of Bloom's Digital Taxonomy is to help educators use technology and digital tools to facilitate student learning experiences and outcomes. Each level is paired with a description" (Lynch, 2018).