Here are my websites to target ideas on the revised taxonomy of educational objectives.

Educational Origami
This link will bring you to information about Bloom's Taxonomy, focusing on the 3 main types of educational objectives (cognitive, affective, and psychomotor).
What I found most interesting and helpful in this website were the links that were listed in the left margin of the site. One was for rubrics for Bloom's Digital Taxononmy. Here you will find each step of the revised taxonomy along with a list of possible 21st Century ideas (ie. Skype, Wiki, Podcasts) that can be used to help the students create as well as assist the teacher in assessing the child. This is an incredible tool for teachers. It is very detailed and offers a wide range of ideas and assessment techniques.
One additional tab that the site offered addessed Bloom's Assessment. Here you will find the key verbs associated with the different levels of educational objectives.

L&T Bolg, Educational Objectives
As many of these sites do, it begins by focusing on the 3 types of objectives, but also offers a useful template for teacher to start their own learning objectives (located under the SMART Acryonym). It could be a fun and interactive activity allowing teachers to collaborate ideas and tasks in order to develop learning objectives.

Power Point,html version,Bloom's Revised Taxonomy
Althought this link will open into the html version, you can simply click on the top link to view it as a power point. This presentation offers much information about Bloom's Taxonomy as well as insightful quotes to ponder. But, what I found most interesting about the link was the breakdown of the 6 revised steps. Each step gives verbs that correlate with the step, activities for assessment, teacher and student roles, as well as potential activities.

The Role and Nature of ICTs
This website discusses the third revolution in learning. The first being the invention of written language, the second being the development of movable type and books, and the third being ICTs (information and communication technologies). Although it includes information about Bloom's Taxonomy, it also focuses on a more 21st century look at how you would view these steps by giving an updated description. It shows graphs and charts that compare the learning or teaching objective to a type of technological medium that could be used.

Education and Values; Interface on the Internet
Although similar to the other sites for it's focus on Bloom, this site also offers some additional inforamtion. A not so interactive chart shows different "Technology-Fostered Cognitive Objectives" for the individual student, as well as ways to collaborate your ideas. It combindes the taxonomy with ICTs and integrates it into a learning process. It offers ways to do the following:
  • store or display information
  • explore materials and ideas
  • apply ways to understand new situations
  • organize materials or ideas
  • problem solving
  • and finally, designing the actual project.