The Modern Taxonomy Wheel ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Connects to a BRILLIANT SITE. Loads of resources. INcluding apps for I-phones that can help students with hearing and sight impairements, graphic organisers classroom posters and teaching aids and links to really useful sites!
Totally Terrific in Texas: "Bloom's Buttons" - Perfect way to incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy and to encourage higher-level thinking!
An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid! Techy cool!! Click on the links to find activities. (The link works now :))
Bloom's Quick Reference Sheets for Analyze Evaluate Create...with independent activity choices for each level (free)
Domino Math (see site for other ideas)
Assume that a student looked back on a project or assignment they had completed. What sample questions might they ask themselves as they move from lower to higher order reflection? (Note: I'm not suggesting that all questions are asked after every project - feel free to pick a few that work for you.) Remember that each level can be used to support mastery of the new Common Core standards
A good baseline start for engaging students in reflection... going to work harder to make sure I ask my students to reflect on a regular basis!
Love using Exit Slips, and other great Data resources...