Using Graphic Organizers to Target Bloom’s Cognitive Levels (6 Hours)
(6 Hours) This course analyzes the six levels of the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy and analyzes how graphic organizers can be applied to each cognitive process dimension, allowing for targeted scaffolding of student thinking. By purposefully planning for how to integrate graphic organizers into your lesson, you can help move students toward higher cognitive processes and promote equity in learning across your classroom.
How can I support student thinking at high levels by integrating graphic organizers into my lessons?
- You will learn about the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy and how it orders cognitive processes.
- We will review examples and Applications of Graphic Organizers at Each Level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.
- We will review how to select or develop the right Graphic Organizers for your objective, cognitive level, and lesson purpose.
- You will learn how to assess student thinking and learning through the evaluation of Graphic Organizers.
At the conclusion of the course, you will receive a certificate for 6 Professional Development hours. Model Teaching is an approved provider of professional development in many states. Visit our State Requirements page for more information on your specific certificate requirements.
Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Chart
Graphic Organizer Scaffold Planner-SAMPLE
Graphic Organizer Assessment Matrix-SAMPLE
Graphic Organizer Reference Guide
Graphic Organizer Assessment Templates
Graphic Organizer Activity Plan
Implementation Observation Checklist
Graphic Organizer Scaffold Planner
Graphic Organizer Assessment Matrix
Graphic Organizer Activity Plan-SAMPLE
Implementation Observation Checklist-SAMPLE
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