Padagogy Wheel: The Next Generation

Known as the Padagogy Wheel, this resource combines Bloom’s Taxonomy with Depth of Knowledge levels, SAMR, and iPad apps to help with implementation. It also has active links and QR codes to more resources…in short, it’s a one-stop-shop for increasing rigor and complexity into our classrooms. You can find more information regarding the poster as well as a link to download it as a PDF here: http://designingoutcomes.com/the-padagogy-wheel-v4-0-the-next-generation/

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