Bloom’s Taxonomy Meets Technology: An Instructional Planning Tool
The key to effective integration of technology is to ensure that the use of technology is aligned with the learning objectives and assessment strategies. Instructional planning then should begin with the identification of instructional learning objectives, not the discovery of a cool new technology. Identifying the level of thought required for a learning objective can help teachers develop appropriate learning activities and assessment strategies, thereby ensuring instructional alignment. In this regard, Bloom’s taxonomy offers a viable blueprint for planning multidimensional instructional activities.
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