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  • Hillary Frazey

    An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid. Click on the links to find activities. Saving this in case I ever get a smart board.

  • Carrie

    Bloom's Revised "Digital" Taxonomy - blog post about a webinar based on "Never Work Harder Than Your Students" and applied to technology #teaching #technology

  • nancy loden

    An interactive Bloom's Taxonomy pyramid! 21st century learning. This is totally cool...the links are active!

  • jeana wise

    technology blooms taxonomy | Educational Technology Guy: Apps to Support Bloom's Taxonomy - Android ...

  • Elizabeth Fries

    Getting SMARTER with SMART Boards: Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

  • Nicole Piccini

    blooms taxonomy with websites- live by this when creating lesson plans!

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