Has anyone developed a Bloom's Taxonomy with Canvas tools and strategies? Not just a digital taxonomy but one that digs a bit deeper.
We are currently starting to develop one to support teaching and learning- have already read Digital Learning + Canvas + SAMR Checklists as well as the Canvas tool guide for teachers which were very helpful - thank you! Was wondering if there was something similar. We are also looking at backward mapping strategies and how these can improve assessment for learning and the integration of Canvas. @david_summervi1 #callaghancollegewallsendcampus
If there is nothing around, when we finish our version of it, we will share!
I don't use Canvas for sharing/interaction, but I am SO GLAD for the nickname option, and I make it a point to tell students how to do that. Even if it does not matter in my classes (discussion happen via the students' blogs, where they can configure their name in any way they want, go pseudonymous, etc. etc.), I know they will probably be using Discussion Board in their other classes, and for students who pointedly do NOT use their legal first name, being able to use the name of their choice is so important!
Further to the original question and with thanks to all your feedback, this is a start - wanted to share so that you can give me some feedback for improvement. Very much a work in progress - CALP and Canvas. For those that are looking at our CALP - College Assessment for Learning Project and wondering what it is, the link is a brief explanation from a PowerPoint I did a couple of years ago as a summary for new staff etc. Please forgive my unhealthy obsession with Vanilla Ice - just trying to keep teachers awake on a Friday afternoon staff meeting after a swimming carnival! Our College had a massive assessment for learning push and the backward mapping techniques are timeless. Wanted to incorporate CALP, Canvas, SAMR and Blooms - theory and practice together! Thanks to @akuntz for his work and everyone recommending that. @david_summervi1 #callaghancollegewallsendcampus
Cheers & hope the links work!
Thank you @stacy_lambert for submitting this question! I love all of the contributions that have been made!!
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