Definition (Anderson & Krathwohl): Retrieving, recalling or recognizing knowledge from memory. Remembering is when memory is used to produce definitions, facts or lists, or recite or retrieve material.

Key Verbs (Bloom's Digital Taxonomy): Recognizing, Listing, Describing, Identifying, Retrieving, Naming, Locating, Finding, Bullet Pointing, Highlighting, Bookmarking, Social Networking, Social Bookmarking, Favouriting/local bookmarking, Searching, Googling.

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Identify 2D & 3D Shapes:
1st grade students identify 2D and 3D shapes around the school.

Tagxedo and Animoto: Character Traits
Fourth grade students at Elliott Elementary studied character traits and the changes which charactersundergo throughout the story.The students made a list of character traits describing the main characterof their independent reading book. The students typed their list into a Tagxedo project. Students selected a shape to represent their character or book. The finished projects were displayed in an Animoto for Open House.
Senses Through the Season:
Students at Shawnee Elementary drew pictures using a paint program
illustrating a specific season and wrote sentences on what they observe
within those seasons.

Social Bookmarks
Project/Ideas: Sites like Delicious and Diggo, keep websites bookmarked so you may have access to yourfavorite or most used sites from anywhere. You can share your links and information with friends, colleagues and students. You can also these sites to:* Create your own collections of bookmarks
  • Create a collection of bookmarks for your students for a particular class or project
  • Have students create a list of bookmarks for their research or presentations
  • Use others' lists to perform your own research
TAKS Practice with MOBIs
Project/Idea: Use mobile interactive whiteboard to practice test taking skills andhighlighting important information in test questions and answer choices.Tools: Interwrite Pads or MOBIs and Interwrite Workspace.

Scientific Method:
Project: Create a diagram/mind map with the steps of the scientific method then summarizeeach step and creating a recording that explains what the scientific method is. Other uses: How-to Speech.

4th Grade students at Ashley Elementary worked cooperatively brainstorming andcreating Wordles depicting a specific Texas Region.
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CHS Student Collaboration with Google Docs:
Centennial High School Government students used either a school provided laptop or their own device (laptop, iPad, etc) to work collaboratively on a Google Doc. The teacher set up the basic table then divided the room into 3 sections.Students took turns rotating through the columns to add their notes and read/edit notes from others to complete the document combining everything they had learned so far about the topics. Using Google Docs allows users to see changes in real time. As it is being typed on one computer, it shows up immediately on everyone else's computers. After discussion at the end of class, the teacher reviewed the document then changed it so students had view only rights. Students could then use it as a reference in the future without worry of someone accidentally changing something to be incorrect.

Helping/Linking Verbs:
3rd grade students at Ashley Elementary worked collaboratively to create a song to assist in memorizingvarious helping and linking verbs. The students created slides in Keynote, composed and recorded a songto the tune of a holiday carol. (This could also be created in PhotoStory or Powerpoint.)

Animoto: Identifying Patterns:
3rd grade students at Ashley Elementary created Animotos to identify patterns through the school.

VoiceThread: Marketing Mix (Secondary)
Liberty High School students responded to various questions about Marketing Mix Principals on the below VoiceThread.

Answer Garden:
Students at Purefoy Elementary reviewing personal narrative writing and expository
writing for a STARR simulation. Students were asked to list things that they should
use when writing expository vs. personal narrative. The teacher displayed both Answer
Gardens on the screen at the same time so they could go back and forth between
the two. They were able to compare how they were similar and/or different.

Personal Narratives... at

Expository Essays... at