Higher Order Thinking

Higher Order Thinking

University of North Texas Health Science Center CIL Higher Order Thinking (HOT) program is designed to improve students’ higher order thinking skills across the health sciences curricula through faculty development in curricular delivery methods and course redesign. The goals and outcomes are as follows: Goal 1: Improve and evaluate students’ higher order thinking skills. Student […]

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Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy and Higher Order Thinking

How do I use technology to promote Active Learning and Higher Order Thinking? The presentation below explores Web 2.0 tools available for Active Learning and Higher Order Thinking applications that align with Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. How to choose tools – Click for complete presentation Tools discussed in this presentation: VoiceThread PeerWise Kaltura Quizlet TEDed

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Bloom’s Taxonomy and Depth of Knowledge

In addition to Bloom’s Taxonomy for describing curriculum, assessment of curriculum should use the four levels of Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK). Each level examines how the students think and are being assessed. The four DOK levels: Recall/Reproduction of a fact, information or a procedure by the learner. Skill/Concept Application where the learner uses information […]

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Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy: Promoting HOT and Active Learning Using Technology Lunch & Learn

Lunch & Learn: How do I use technology to promote Active Learning and Higher Order Thinking? Participants will explore Web 2.0 tools available for Active Learning and Higher Order Thinking applications that align with Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. The content developed is designed for participants to develop the critical thinking and technical skills to effectively utilize […]

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Higher Order Thinking and Assessment Strategies – SPH Quality Enhancement Plan for Teaching and Education

Fall 2015 Faculty Development Seminar The SPH Office of Academic Affairs in collaboration with the UNTHSC Center for Innovative Learning (CIL) present: “Higher Order Thinking Teaching and Assessment Strategies ~ An Overview” Session Evaluation This seminar is designed to re-familiarize faculty members with “Higher Order Thinking” and how HOT should be addressed in the context […]

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Course Design Overview

When designing a course, an instructor needs to ask four major questions: Where are we going? (What are the goals of the instruction?) How will we get there? (What is the instructional strategy and the instructional medium?) How will we know when we have arrived? (What should our tests look like? How will we evaluate […]