[M-Article Series] Blooming apps infographic – Mobile Apps Explained by Bloom’s Taxonomy

Mobile Apps Explained by Bloom’s Taxonomy (1)

Blooming Apps Infographic (Click for a larger image)

Blooming Apps Infographic (Click for a larger image)

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List of apps featured

Apps Mobile Platform Cost Action Verbs (student) Blooms Suggested
LectureNotes and Lecture Recordings Android £3.58 Review Remembering
Notability iOS £1.99 Note Remembering
Diigo iOS/Android/Web Free List Remembering
Skitch iOS/Android Free Annotate Understanding
Explain Everything iOS/Android £1.99 Explain Understanding
Mindmeister iOS/Android Free/Paid Classify Understanding
mbClick Web Quiz Applying
Nearpod iOS/Android/Web Free/Paid Interact Applying
Keynote iOS Paid Present (students) Applying
Evernote iOS/Android/Web Free/Paid Organise Analysing
Vernier Graphical Analysis iOS / Android Free/Paid Analyse Analysing
DataAnalysis iOS Free Analyse Analysing
Free Graphing Calculator iOS Free/Paid Chart Analysing
Communication Tools in Bb Mobile iOS/Android Free Discuss Evaluating
Skype iOS/Android/Web Free/Paid Conference Evaluating
Twitter iOS/Android/Web Free/Paid Comment Evaluating
Google Drive iOS/Android/Web Free Collaborate Creating
Creative Book Builder iOS/Android £2.49/£2.40 Publish Creating
iMovie iOS Free/Paid Video Edit Creating
AudioBoo iOS/Android Free Podcast Creating

NOTE: Please note that according to how these apps are used most can actually address more than one of Bloom’s cognitive process dimensions

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(1) Anderson, L. W., & Krathwohl, D. R. (eds.) (2001). A taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing: A revision of Bloom’s taxonomy of educational objectives. New York: Longman.

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