All Discussions Tagged 'Bloom's' - Classroom 2.02021-09-22T18:13:51Zhttps://classroom20.com/forum/topic/listForTag?tag=Bloom%27s&feed=yes&xn_auth=noThe use of higher order thinking skills in the classroomtag:classroom20.com,2013-09-16:649749:Topic:9680562013-09-16T10:04:54.964Zmouhssine kharbachhttps://classroom20.com/profile/mouhssinekharbach
<p><a href="http://www.teacherstechworkshop.com/2013/09/how-can-teachers-use-higher-order.html" target="_blank">http://www.teacherstechworkshop.com/2013/09/how-can-teachers-use-higher-order.html</a></p>
<p><a href="http://www.teacherstechworkshop.com/2013/09/how-can-teachers-use-higher-order.html" target="_blank">http://www.teacherstechworkshop.com/2013/09/how-can-teachers-use-higher-order.html</a></p> Google-Proof your Questions: A new use for Bloom's Taxonomytag:classroom20.com,2009-11-07:649749:Topic:4021332009-11-07T11:44:22.784ZJohn Sowashhttps://classroom20.com/profile/jrsowash
The internet has revolutionized information collection. The answer to virtually any question or problem is at our fingertips. Google has made this possible.<br />
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While I am a great admirer of Google and an avid user of its products, in a way, Google has made my life as a teacher a LOT more difficult. Let me explain. In the "old days" (that would be pre-internet) when a teacher assigned a worksheet with a series of questions on it students had a few options to get the answers.<br />
<br />
1. Ask mom.<br />
2. If momâ€¦
The internet has revolutionized information collection. The answer to virtually any question or problem is at our fingertips. Google has made this possible.<br />
<br />
While I am a great admirer of Google and an avid user of its products, in a way, Google has made my life as a teacher a LOT more difficult. Let me explain. In the "old days" (that would be pre-internet) when a teacher assigned a worksheet with a series of questions on it students had a few options to get the answers.<br />
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1. Ask mom.<br />
2. If mom doesn't know, ask Dad.<br />
3. If Dad doesn't know look it up in the textbook.<br />
4. If the answer isn't in the textbook, give up.<br />
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Now I am a teacher. When I give worksheets with questions on them my students immediately type the entire question into the omniscient search box on Google and in an instant, they have their answer. They have expended absolutely zero energy or effort to find the answer and as a result will not remember the question or the answer.<br />
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There are two solutions to this problem:<br />
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1. Ban the use of Google by all school-aged children.<br />
2. Learn to write "Google-proof" questions.<br />
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Got your interest? Check out the rest of the post on my blog: <a href="http://electriceducator.blogspot.com/2009/11/google-proof-questioning-new-use-for.html">http://electriceducator.blogspot.com/2009/11/google-proof-questioning-new-use-for.html</a>