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Bloom's Digital Taxonomy v3.0

Bloom's Digital Taxonomy v3.0

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Andrew Churches update to his excellent document.
Andrew Churches update to his excellent document.

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Bloom's Digital Taxonomy
Synopsis:
Bloom's Taxonomy and Bloom's Revise Taxonomy are key tools for teachers andinstructional designers. Benjamin Bloom published the original taxonomy in the 1950'sand Lorin Anderson in 2000 [2]. Since the most recent publication of the taxonomy therehave been many changes and development that must be addressed.So, this is an update to Bloom's Revised Taxonomy [2] to account for the new behaviours,actions and learning opportunities emerging as technology advances and becomes moreubiquitous. Bloom's Revised Taxonomy [2] accounts for many of the traditional classroompractices but does not account for the new technologies and the processes and actionsassociated with them, nor does it do justice to the “digital children”[8], or as marc prenskydescribes them the “Digital Natives”[7]The Original taxonomy and the revised taxonomy by Anderson and Krathwohl [2] are bothfocused within the cognitive domain. As a classroom practitioner, these are useful but donot address the activities undertaken in the classroom. This Digital Taxonomy is notrestricted to the cognitive domain rather it contains cognitive elements as well as methodsand tooling. These are the elements that as a practitioner I would use in my classroompractice. Like the previous taxonomies, its is the quality of the action or process thatdefines the cognitive level, rather than the action or process alone.While Bloom's in its many forms, does represent the learning process, it does not indicatethat the learners must start at the lowest taxonomic level and work up. Rather, thelearning process can be initiated at any point, and the lower taxonomic levels will beencompassed within the scaffolded learning task.An increasing influence on learning is the impact of collaboration in its various forms.These are often facilitated by digital media and are increasingly a feature of our digitalclassrooms.
Have our classrooms changed that much? 
Andrew Churches1 19/02/09
 
Table of Contents
Synopsis:...................................................................1Introduction and Background:...................................3Bloom's Taxonomy...............................................3Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.................................4Bloom's Revised Taxonomy Sub Categories........5Bloom's as a learning process...................................5Bloom's Digital Taxonomy.........................................6Bloom's revised digital taxonomy map.................6Bloom's Digital Taxonomy and Collaboration.......7Is knowledge or content important?.....................8Thinking skills..................................................8Remembering............................................................9Anderson and Krathwohl's taxonomy –Remembering..................................................9Key Terms - Remembering: ..........................10Remembering and Digital Activities....................10Starter Sheet - Delicious ....................................11Bookmarking and Social Bookmarking Rubric...13Key Words: ...................................................13Introduction:..................................................13Exemplars:.........................................................14Understanding.........................................................16Anderson and Krathwohl's taxonomy –Understanding...............................................16Key Terms - Understanding: .........................17Understanding and Digital Activities...................17Using Mind mapping for understanding andbeyond...............................................................18Starter Sheet – Mindmeister...............................20Starter Sheet – Google Advanced Search..........22Advanced Searching Rubric...............................24Key Words: ...................................................24Introduction: .................................................24Exemplar.......................................................25Boolean Searches explained..............................28Blog Journalling Rubric......................................29Key Words: ...................................................29Introduction:..................................................29Exemplars:....................................................30Level 1.....................................................30Level 2.....................................................30Level 3.....................................................31Level 4.....................................................32Starter Sheet - Wikispaces.................................33Wiki Editing Rubric.............................................35Key Words - Understanding: ........................35Key Words – Applying:..................................35Introduction:..................................................35Starter Sheet – Buzzword..................................36Applying..................................................................38Anderson and Krathwohl's taxonomy –Applying........................................................38Key Terms - Applying: ..................................38Applying and Digital Activities.............................39Starter Sheet - Googlemaps and Streetview......40Google maps & Streetview Rubric.....................42Key Terms: ...................................................42Introduction:..................................................42Collaboration using online collaborationenvironments......................................................43Key Terms - Applying: ...................................43Introduction:..................................................43Collaborative Editing using an Online WordProcessor...........................................................45Key Terms: ...................................................45Introduction:..................................................45Skype (Audio/Video Conferencing) Rubric.........46Key Terms - Applying: ...................................46Key Words: ...................................................46Introduction:..................................................46Interactive Whiteboard Rubric............................48Key Terms: ...................................................48Introduction:..................................................48Analysing.................................................................49Anderson and Krathwohl's taxonomy –Analysing......................................................49Key Terms - Analysing: .................................49Analysing and Digital Activities...........................50Starter Sheet – Google Forms...........................51Data Analysis Rubric.....................................53Key Terms - Analysing: .................................53Introduction:..................................................53Evaluating...............................................................55Anderson and Krathwohl's taxonomy –Evaluating.....................................................55Key Terms - Evaluating: ...............................55Evaluating and Digital Activities..........................56Validating Information Rubric.............................57Key Words: ...................................................57Introduction:..................................................57Threaded Discussion Rubric..............................58Key Words: Understanding...........................58Key Terms - Evaluating: ...............................58Introduction:..................................................58Creating...................................................................61Anderson and Krathwohl's taxonomy –Creating........................................................61Key Terms - Creating: ...................................61Creating and Digital Activities.............................62Starter Sheet – Animoto.....................................63Starter Sheet – Voice Thread.............................65Podcasting Rubric - Creating.............................67Key Words: ...................................................67Introduction:..................................................67Starter Sheet – Mixbook.....................................69Digital Publishing Rubric....................................71Key Words: ...................................................71Introduction:..................................................71Enhancements:.............................................73Bibliography.......................................................74Acknowledgements:................................................74
Andrew Churches2 19/02/09
 
Introduction and Background:
Bloom's Taxonomy 
In the 1956, Benjamin Bloom, an educational psychologist working at the Universtiy of Chicago, developed his taxonomy of Educational Objectives. His taxonomy of learningobjectives has become a key tool in structuring and understanding the learning process.He proposed that learning fitted into one of three psychological domains (see belowillustration 1):
the
Cognitive
domain – processing information, knowledge and mental skills
the
Affective
domain – Attitudes and feelings
the
Psychomotor 
domain – manipulative, manual or physical skillsBenjamin Bloom is best know for,
Bloom's Taxonomy
which examines looks at thecognitive domain. This domain categorises and orders thinking skills and objectives. Histaxonomy follows the thinking process.
Simply 
; You can not understand a concept if you do not first remember it, similarly youcan not apply knowledge and concepts if you do not understand them. It is a continuumfrom Lower Order Thinking Skills (LOTS) to Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS). BloomAndrew Churches3 19/02/09
Illustration 1: Bloom's three psychological domains

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