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  • Maria Coiro

    (I keep Pinning these in the hope that someday I will have an iPad or an iPad classroom - or both!) Great way to organize and evaluate which apps are best for your use in the classroom!

  • Alfredo Calderon

    Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Bloom's Taxonomy for The iPad

  • Beth Whitsett

    Bloom's Taxonomy for iPads. Great idea though I have not tried most of them.

  • Cassie Powell

    Bloom's Taxonomy of Apps...grad school candy

  • Logan Mack

    Educational iPad apps categorized by Bloom's Taxonomy level

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