Teacher Resources

Want to see the newest representation of Bloom's Taxonomy and ideas for how to address different levels in your classroom? Try this site: Deciphering Bloom's Taxonomy.

This Livebinder website features tabs for each of the levels of Bloom's, as well as tabs specific to topics like 21st Century Skills, web 2.0 tools, and learning objectives.

Eager to integrate iPads into your classroom work? EdTechTeacher.org recommends several apps to ". . . promote critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and the creation of student-centric learning environments." Click on the EdTechTeacher link above to find out more about these kinds of apps, and if you'd like some support, don't hesitate to ask me!

Looking for a way to integrate technology into your lessons? Click here to access the items from Free Tech 4 Teacher's list of favorite resources.

Free Technology for Teachers includes links to free downloads, Google tutorials, video creation resources, and the blogger's favorite resources. The Free Downloads tab includes links to great resources like The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators, How to do 11 Techy Things in the New School Year, and Twelve Essentials for Technology Integration.

Click here to access the Google site that Gary Klocke prepared regarding Web 2.0 tools and apps for the iPads.

Want to explore Web tools? 

See below for ways to access a variety of sites.

Click here for the AEA's Curriculum 2.0 Resources page. Items include websites to use at the elementary and secondary levels, as well as online resources for all curricula areas.

Looking for more ways to use Web 2.0 tools in your classroom? WebTools4U2Use is a wonderful, comprehensive wikispace devoted to just that.

Another site that features Web 2.0 tools for teachers to use: http://icte-technology.wikispaces.com/

This technology toolkit includes Web 2.0 tools specific to various disciplines: literacy, writing, math, writing, research, study skills, and more!

Click here to examine more closely the iPad apps that correlate to Bloom's taxonomy.