This lesson will introduce the importance of using Bloom's Taxonomy, Webb's Depth of Knowledge Levels and other best practices when developing your online classroom. Included is information about safe and legal use of online resources and tools for both teacher and student.
Before you begin to integrate technology into the classroom, it is important to directly teach
Before you begin to integrate technology into the classroom, it is important to know your district’s acceptable use or responsible use policy
Source: Paula Dillon with embedded Youtube Video by Xin Zhang·
Source: Paula Dillon
Source: Paula Dillon
Source: Paula Dillon 2014
Review author bios and tutorials on Sophia to select tutorials on digital citizenship for your students. Under actions, you can add these tutorials to your group and/or playlists for your students. Always review author bio's and content prior to sharing with students.
Source: Paula Dillon 2013
Using Google alerts to monitor Your digital footprint, and to instruct students how to monitor their footprint.
Source: Paula Dillon 2014 via Google Alerts
Remember whenever you are selecting content to use with your classroom, it is important that you model for your students. Determine:
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Cable in the Classroom brings you InCtrl, a series of free, standards-based lessons that effectively teaches key digital citizenship concepts such as:
Communication & Collaboration
InCtrl is matched to Common Core State Standards and the ISTE Standards and can be taught in any subject. Each lesson contains videos, background information, and activity ideas and is designed to engage students in grades 4-8 through inquiry-based activities. These lessons can be used as a series or individually. For more information visit: www.CIConline.org/InCtrl
In this presentation you will learn:
a. Revised Bloom's Taxonomy and its connection to critical thinking in a technology integrated classroom
b. Webb's Depth of Knowledge and its connection to critical thinking in a technology integrated classroom
c. Resources to use as you develop lessons incorporating Bloom's and Webb's in a technology integrated classroom
Source: Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything http://www.schrockguide.net/samr.html
Overview of Bloom's Taxonomy using scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean.
Source: By John Beynon via YouTube
Video tour of Broward County School's page on Webb's Depth of Knowledge. Includes an explanation of how Webb's and Bloom's are connected and Webb's role in state standardized assessments, as well as links to resources for instruction.
Source: Paula Dillon via Broward County Schools
It is important to reflect on what you've learned and how this can be incorporated into your current practices.
Once you have finished with this second tutorial, complete the quiz questions and move on to "Creating and Managing a Virtual Classroom" the third tutorial in this professional development series.
Links to the references and resources for further review:
Common Sense Media - Resources for parents and teachers, including curriculum and lesson plans, to teach students about cyber safety and to assist in selecting safe content.
Digital Copyright Slider - Tool to help you determine how to cite and if to cite sources
OSLIS - Tool from Oregon Schools Library to support students in creating accurate MLA and APA citations
Digital Citizenship - Information and resources on how to be a good, digital citizen
CyberSmart - Resources including those on Digital Footprints for Kids
Google Alerts - Allows you to monitor anything posted that is searchable through Google about you or any other topic
CoSn- Resources for cyber safety including responsible use
BrainPop - Internet safety games and learning tools
Sophia - Tutorials on cyber safety
Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything - Resources for integrated technology and connecting lessons to Bloom's
Teaching with Revised Bloom's via Northern Illinois University - excellent teaching and planning documents
Wisconsin University Center for Teaching Excellence - resources for using Bloom's in the classroom
Tech & Learning, Bloom's Taxonomy Bloom's Digitally by Andrew Churches illustrates how to use Bloom's in a tech integrated classroom
Bloom's Taxonomy Connected to Tech Resources and the Common Core by North Carolina Public Schools
Source: Compiled by Paula Dillon