Higher Order Thinking Skills: How do we get there?

Andrew Church discusses Bloom's Digital Taxonomy with useful
resources and ideas.
Blooms Digital Taxonomy
Bloom's wall chart
Bloom's circle

Collection of sites to support HOTs & Blooms

**Ed Tech Guy: The Differentiator**
Bloom's chart, questions, and verbs
Bloom's products and activities circle

Crazy for 1st Grade HOTS

HOTS examples in each content area
HOTS assessment and stems

Math
HOT Levels and Math Applications
Critical Thinking in Science & Math
HOTS MS & HS Math

SS
SS Strategies
Reading Comprehension & HOTS

Lower Order Thinking Skills

Remembering

Understanding

Applying


Higher Order Thinking Skills

Analysing

Evaluating

Creating


Bloom's Taxonomy is a taxonomy of activities and behaviors that exemplifyHigher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) and Lower Order Thinking Skills (LOTS). Bloom's allows use to rank and structure different classroom activities and plan the learning process. In the 2001, Lorin Anderson and other revised Bloom's original work to give use Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.


Collection of websites: Bloom's & Higher Order Thinking