Educational Technology Following Bloom's Taxonomy

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Educational Technology Following Bloom's Taxonomy by Mind Map: Educational Technology Following Bloom's Taxonomy

1. Tools for Creating

1.1. Podbean: Podcast creation platform; Simple interface for students and educators to use to listen to other podcasts and create their own with access to a wide variety of media. www.podbean.com

1.2. Wordpress: Writing platform for students and educators that can create a website for the classroom, or post indiviudal blogs for project updates or assignments in the classroom. www.wordpress.com

1.3. Texting Story: Although it can be used as an app on android and ios, it is a website as well. Can be used for students to create new content in the form of narrative or informational text through "texting". www.textingstory.com

2. Tools for Evaluating

2.1. ePals: Can be used as a source of collaboration with students and educators from other countries or geographic locations. www.epals.com

2.2. YouTube: Online website for video sharing, vlogging, and content learning/reinforcement for students. Can also be used as a form of PD for educators. www.youtube.com

2.3. Zooniverse: A great website that encourages the participation of citizen science for students. www.zooniverse.org

3. Tools for Applying

3.1. PhET: Contains free math and science simulations at the secondary level. It can be appropriately used to substitute labs or enhance content. www.phet.colorado.edu

3.2. Gizmos: Another website that contains math and science labs , demonstrations, and digital simulations for secondary students. www.explorelearning.com

3.3. Live Webcams: A website with hundreds of different live webcams that are school appropriate. Can be used as part of observation/inference skills, or can be used as a virtual field trip. www.explore.org

4. Tools for Understanding

4.1. Twitter: Social networking platform used for students and educators communicating and expanding on foundational concepts. www.twitter.com

4.2. Nearpod: One of my personal all-time favorites; Used for formative assessment, anticipatory set, or any sort of lesson model that is structured with student interaction in mind. www.nearpod.com

4.3. Google Forms: Also a part of the Google suite; has personally been used in my classroom many times to test students more over essay questions (C-E-R) or extended response. It tests their understanding of a concept, but not much more. Google Forms - create and analyze surveys, for free. www.forms.google.com

5. Tools for Remembering

5.1. Quizlet: A website that allows students and educators create flashcards and other study aid tools for information retention. www.quizlet.com

5.2. Google Docs: A part of the Google Suite for productivity and work. Allows students to take notes in a flexible format for information retention. Uses cloud computing. www.docs.google.com

5.2.1. Socrative: A website that is mainly used for formative assessment to quiz students on basic concepts from previous material covered. www.socrative.com

6. Tools for Analyzing

6.1. newsELA: An online platform that takes relevant news and writes articles in student-friendly ways, with different Lexile levels for differentiation. www.newsela.com

6.2. Edpuzzle: Allows you to curate previously made videos but with your own audio, visuals, and questions. www.edpuzzle.com

6.3. Breakout EDU: Can be used as a game for socialization between students, or as a way to learn or reinforce content material. www.breakout.edu