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  • Jeano

    iPad classroom

  • Darion Daugherty

    This page lists some great iPad apps that correspond to the different level of Bloom's taxonomy! With today's schools moving toward the technology era, it will be important to include these apps during instruction to motivate the students to learn.

  • Emma Bassoon

    Bloom's Taxonomy for iPads - I'm not ready for this technology stuff yet, but I can't wait! What a cool way to show the ipad as a tool to help you get to the thinking you want kids to do/use!

  • Chris Carter

    Teachers could identify with Blooms Taxonomy by using apps on ipads for each stage of learning.

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