Visual Bloom's Cognitive Levels
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RememberingUnderstandingApplyingAnalyzingEvaluatingCreating
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TwitterInstructor sends out important topics/dates/key figure names to students via an account on Twitter. Students "follow" the instructor's account and can opt to receive these tweets as text messages.Have students submit questions to Twitter using a class designated hashtag.Have students answer other students' class related questions on Twitter (using a class designated hashtag).Analyze the followers of a particular person or organization on Twitter. Who are the followers and what does this tell you about the person/organization?Follow a politician & evaluate his position on topics.Create an account and share ongoing tweets about a particular topic. This would be like creating one's own digital footprint.
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YouTubewatch/listen to lecturesHave the student prepare an outline about the video.uploading a video, searching for related contentcomparing similar videoscreate your own
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Google Docslists, frames, outlines to followmake brain stormsUse comments to evaluate, identify and critiqueCreate a novel, story
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Deliciousviewing bookmarks,
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Slideshare
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Skype
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Google Reader
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Wordpress
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Facebook
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Moodle
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Google Search
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Prezi
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Dropbox
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Bloggermake text portfolios
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Diigorecording and organizing bookmarksconnecting links with tagginguse highlighter and notes to connect and make decisions
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Wikipedia
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Jingvideotutoriales
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Wikispacespaginas y sitios web
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VoiceThread
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Flickr
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