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  • Jennifer Jones

    Use cell phone signal strength bars to show lowest to highest level of thinking strength.

  • Emma Large

    Hello Literacy: Teaching Web 2.0 Tools for Higher Level Thinking

  • Shvonne Davis

    These revised Bloom's posters are provided by the district and come in 12x18 laminated. They are displayed in all Lake Myra classrooms with particular attention to Evaluate and Create. I think the way Mrs. Spivey displayed them in her classroom is GENIUS!!! Using cell phone bar strength to demonstrate the highest level of thinking strength! There is a free download of the posters linked from this blog.

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