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Bloom's Goes Digital

Page history last edited by Roxann Nys 8 years, 11 months ago

 

Applying the new digital Bloom's to Web 2.0 digital tools


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Author: Samantha Penney, sdpenney@usi.edu

 

Applying Digital Bloom's to Essential Skills

Teaching Information Research Skills in Elementary School by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano (Langwitches Blog-The Magic of Learning" this post is as much for adults as for children) 

Silvia says: "We need to help students develop these kind of information skills:

  • locating information
  • evaluating information
  • learning from information
  • using (remix) information"

and presents some ideas and resources to help with this development. The teaching of these skills needs to be "systematic, cumulative and started at an early age." Elaine Talbert

 

The Center for Information Fluency presents some "challenges for [upper] elementary school and younger students [that are] located in the Elementary Workshop materials. These resources are developed for workshops with elementary educators. Games and related activities are grouped in two categories: speculative searching (looking for information) and investigative searching (evaluating information). Where specified, games are grouped by level: easy, moderate and advanced. The typical grade level ranges from upper elementary (5th grade) through high school. Materials may be used effectively with college-aged students as well."

 

 

 

 

 

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