My Top ten Most Interesting Items

#1: Bloom's Taxonomy

Bloom's Taxonomy divides the way people think and learn into three categories.  One category is the cognitive domain.  This category focuses on intellectual outcomes and is further divided into levels: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.

#2: SAMR

SAMR is an amazing tool to use specifically for educators.  This can help many people learn how to use technology within a lesson for teaching and for learning.  

#3: SAMR

SAMR can also enables teachers to design, develop and incorporate digital learning experiences that use technology.

#4: SAMR

This resource was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura.

#5: Lesson Planning

It was very informative to learn about what effective teachers usually include in his/her lesson.

#6: Lesson Planning

Purpose - An explanation of the importance of this lesson and a statement concerning what students will be able to do when they have completed.

#7: Lesson Planning

Input - The vocabulary, skills, and concepts to be learned.

#8 Lesson Planning

Anticipatory Set - A short activity, dispatch or prompt that focuses the students' attention and ties previous lessons to today's lesson.

#9: the differentiator

I believe this could be a great tool to use when writing an objective.

#10: Indiana Academic Standards

"Academic standards focus on what students will need to learn in order to be college and career ready and to be competitive in the job market" ().

  • The adoption of new standards for English/Language Arts and Mathematics was approved in April of 2014 by the Indiana State Board of Education.

~This is designed to identify, evaluate, synthesize, and create high-quality, rigorous standards for students in Indiana.

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