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Higher Level Thinking

I blend all levels of bloom's taxonomy using projects, technology, writing and much more. In addition, my goal is to have my students mastering the top levels of Bloom's before leaving for their next grade level. I do not want them to only memorize facts, but rather be able to work through any problem given to them using the problem solving strategies I have taught them throughout the school year. Below is an example of the steps students should be able to take throughout the school year in a first grade class.

Here is an example: If your child can tell me that one out of four is one fourth or pick the correct fraction for one fourth. They are at the bottom of the Bloom's taxonomy house. This is not a bad thing. It means that he/she has learned what one fourth looks like and can recall and retell this concept. However, if you child can take a problem like, "Johnny wants to share his pizza with three other friends. Create a pizza and write about what the pizza will look like below," and they are working at the top of the Bloom's taxonomy house.

I have also included some depth of knowledge links that I use as well. smiley CLICK HERE to view DOK info. 

 

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