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2/7/2011 9:35 PM
 
Good point. While speaking of Bloom's taxonomy have you all seen the work  Education Origami? He has taken many of today's tools and using Bloom's made rubrics to go along with the tools. Good stuff to use to bring your blogs, wikis, searching, skyping, to a new level.
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2/17/2011 2:43 PM
 
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2/17/2011 2:45 PM
 

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2/19/2011 12:44 AM
 
Actually the readers will want to keep an eye on both blogs to catch the MAP and new questions – and, since the conversation is being carried out in public, they can comment and share their own perspectives about the questions and answers.
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2/20/2011 8:17 AM
 
I think the bigger question is why should we Google-proof a question? That is akin to a teacher in the 1970's wanting to encyclopedia proof a question. Google is but one resource that students can use to find information and it works remarkably well to get a user started researching an issue.
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