Taxonomy Round-Up Includes Variety of Taxonomy Discussions

January 27, 2014

The article on Synaptica Central titled End of 2013 Round Up of Taxonomy Blogs, Part 1 is exactly what it sounds like, an end of the year look at taxonomy in terms of articles, blog posts, videos and more gathered from such diverse areas of the internet as Pinterest, Twitter, StackExchange and Youtube, “Taxonomy as it relates to Drupal,” and posts on augmenting a taxonomy.

The author explains:

“It’s that time of year, folks, when it seems like everyone is publishing some kind of year end list or “round up” of the years news highlights, blogsand blog posts, photos, videos, and more. So why not do the same here at Synaptica? To keep things manageable, listed here are some 2013 blogs and blog entries, culled from almost a thousand, that address taxonomy in one way or another.”

Overall the article presents an interesting list of important taxonomy blog entries. Many touch on Bloom, such as the article How to Use Pinterest with Bloom’s Taxonomy Infographic and Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy and the Need for Higher Order Thinking. Another helpful highlight is Twitter Aligned with Bloom’s Taxonomy for Your Students. Whether you are looking for guidance in implementing or augmenting one, or just interested in a dialogue on the subject, this list is certainly a perfect starting point and should direct you toward discussions and communities galore.

Chelsea Kerwin, January 27, 2014

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