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Use Bloom's Taxonomy in your classroom and activate Higher Order Thinking!

Use Bloom's Taxonomy in your classroom and activate Higher Order Thinking! Blooms Order of Higher Level Thinking should be displayed for both the teacher and students.

A handy tool to use for differentiating when asking questions.  Categories aligns with Bloom's Taxonomy.  Print it out and keep it on your clipboard to use in planning.

Wake County Public School System Bloom's Taxonomy posters // Search terms: Higher order thinking skills, HOTS, higher level thinking…free printable posters!

Formative Assessment Exit Slips - NOW FULLY EDITABLE!  Use these 20 Exit Slips to assess understanding or reading comprehension in any class.  ($)

Higher Order Thinking Across the Curriculum: Formative Assessment Exit Slips

Formative Assessment Exit Slips - NOW FULLY EDITABLE! Use these 20 Exit Slips to assess understanding or reading comprehension in any class.

Revised Bloom's Taxonomy

digital bloom Digital tools and resources accessible in Baltimore County Public Schools are aligned to Blooms Revised Taxonomy.

This is posted in the room for students to reference.  Notice that they have to pay bills each month ($50)!    Students keep track of their money on a Bank Account Ledger.  I do not actually hand out classroom currency or physical checks each week (as I have done in the past) because it is simply too much work.  Students keep a ledger of their money and every entry must be signed by one of our student economists.

This is a bit expansive but a simple form of this would do well in a classroom. It gives students incentive to behave.

Get your students' minds to bloom into higher-order thinking with The Blooms Bunch: Kid-Friendly Revised Bloom's Taxonomy

The Blooms Bunch: Kid-Friendly Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Posters

Get your students' minds to bloom into higher-order thinking with The Blooms Bunch: Kid-Friendly Revised Bloom's Taxonomy

Principal Principles: Higher Order Thinking Questions-Teaching Stems

Higher Order Thinking Questions-Teaching Stems

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