Monday, August 3, 2009


Differentiator is a site that is really gaining in popularity over the eduverse/online world. While it is a simple site to use, it really is neat in how it uses Bloom's Taxonomy to generate "meaningful" sentences.

I think there is some potential here which can help users learn how to structure a "proper" sentence. For example, each sentence starts out w/ the words "Students will ....", the user then clicks on a word in each of the following categories: Thinking Skill, Content, Resources, Product, and Groups.

Below is my final sentence...

Students will define the change over time of video using websites to create a timeline in groups of two.

Give Differentiator a try by clicking here.

For another detailed review check out Larry Ferlazzo's blog.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for The Differentiator mention! Glad it's helping teachers out.


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