Creativity and Innovation Tools Via Bloom's Taxonomy

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1. Pipes

1.1. Students can combine news feeds into one to sort, filter, & analyze information.

2. Create a Graph

2.1. Students can create web-based graphs to interpret data. They can compare how different data graphs can show numeric data visually.

3. www.polleverywhere.com

3.1. Students can poll classmates and receive instant results. This is an example of Bloom's Analyzing.

4. www.surveymonkey.com

4.1. Students can create web-based surveys to poll the class on any subject and then analyze the results in real time.

5. Pages

5.1. Students will show their understanding of a topic via written documents created on the Mac computer or via iPad app, Pages.

6. 123 Charts

6.1. Students will be able to better understand numerical data when seeing it visually. In addition, they can see how changes in data relate to changes in the charts.

7. www.technorati.com

7.1. By searching blogs using keywords, they can understand how topics are interrelated and connected.

8. www.wordle.com

8.1. Students will be able to create a word map highlighting their use of vocabulary in a documents.

9. iRubric

9.1. Students will create grading/evaluation rubrics helping them understand how work is assessed.

10. photosynth.net

10.1. This software analyzes photographs and creates a 3D panoramic image that offers students a glimpse into the places they are studying.

11. Xperica.com

11.1. Expand science experiments beyond the classroom with interactive science laboratory. (This would also be helpful to reduce dissection and other invasive experiments.)

12. VisualThesaurus

12.1. For visual learners, this is a way to make word connections more logical and easier to remember.

13. www.wikipedia.com

13.1. Students are able to critically view references in Wikipedia for accuracy, credibility, and authenticity.

14. iBook

14.1. Students can download text books and reading books onto digital devises for reading and studying.

15. iMovie

15.1. Students can create a video or movie to show they understand the material and share with their classmates.

16. Wolframalpha

16.1. In WolframAlpha, students will find information on two items which has it at a Remembering level of Bloom's

16.1.1. Students will compare and contrast two objects and differentiate between them which brings this to an Analyzing level of Bloom's

17. www.blogger.com

17.1. Students will be able to create a blog using words, images, and video to show their learnings. This is an example of Creating in Bloom's.

18. www.smore.com

18.1. On smore.com, students can create a digital, online flyer to organize thoughts and ideas. This is reflective of Bloom's Remembering.

18.1.1. Students can also collaborate and share their Smore creations as their evidence of Bloom's Understanding.

19. Skype

19.1. A video collaboration tool where students and teachers can connect with others from around the globe. Used this way, this tool supports Bloom's Understanding level.

19.2. When students use this technology to share information and knowledge with others it supports Bloom's Applying level.

20. www.Pinterest.com

20.1. On Pinterest, students will find information and organize into logical groupings to enable the Remembering level of Bloom's

20.1.1. On Pinterest, students will find Organize and Categorize items which has it at a Understanding level of Bloom's

20.2. On Pinterest, students will find Organize and Categorize items which has it at a Understanding level of Bloom's

21. Vine

21.1. An app-enabled video tool where students and teachers can create micro-videos. This tool supports the Creating level of Blooms.

22. www.mashme.tv

22.1. Students will construct, publish and present making this an Applying level of Bloom's

22.2. Students will construct and publish videos making this a Creating level of Bloom's

23. Wolframalpha

23.1. In WolframAlpha, students will find information on two items which has it at a Remembering level of Bloom's

23.2. Students will compare and contrast two objects and differentiate between them which brings this to an Analyzing level of Bloom's

24. Brainscape

24.1. Students will create flashcards to support in-class learning tools . This is representative of Bloom's Level of Creating.

24.1.1. Students will study the flashcards using Bloom's Taxonomy of Remembering.

24.1.2. Students will use what was learned to pass an assessment - Applying level of Blooms.

24.1.2.1. Students will share their flashcards with classments - Evaluating their effectiveness.

25. Mosey

25.1. Students will INSERT HERE . This is representative of Bloom's Analyzing and Evaluating levels of Learning.

26. Emaze

26.1. Students will create presentations to share material with their classmates. This is an example of Creating.

26.1.1. On Pinterest, students will find Organize and Categorize items which has it at a Understanding level of Bloom's

27. https://educlipper.net/#

27.1. A digital clipboard where students (and teachers) can organize and store images, videos, and music - this tool supports the Remembering level of Blooms.

28. Remembering

29. Understanding

30. Applying

31. Analyzing

32. Evaluating

32.1. Google Plus

32.1.1. Owning a Google Plus hangout allows students to experience moderating a webspace.

33. Creating

34. Aurasma

34.1. Students will INSERT HERE . This is representative of Bloom's Analyzing and Evaluating levels of Learning.

35. Glogster

35.1. Students can create an integrated visual/graphic blog. The synthesis of information brings to life Bloom's Synthesis and Evaluating levels.

36. www.mindmeister.com

36.1. Students will construct, publish and present brainstorming ideas using a mind map making this an Applying level of Bloom's Taxonomy.

37. www.prezi.com

37.1. Students will construct, publish and present a multi-media presentation making this an Applying level of Bloom's

38. www.storybird.com

38.1. Students will construct, publish and present brainstorming ideas using a mind map making this an Applying level of Bloom's

39. www.paperrater.com

39.1. Students are able to evaluate written assignments prior to turning them in which exhibits the Evaluating level of Bloom's Taxonomy.

40. www.voicethread.com

40.1. Students will create and contribute to VoiceThreads - helping them interpret differing sets of data and information.

41. What is Web 2.0?