Earlier in the fall, I created the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Classroom Posters, and they have become one on my best bestsellers, thanks to you. However, I have had several teachers email me to say their schools have converted over from Bloom's to Webb's levels of cognitive thinking. The Common Core documents refer to higher levels of thinking via Webb's Depth of Knowledge. If you are teaching at a school that has converted over from Bloom's to Webb's, you'd know it. Lake Myra Elementary, and I'm sure a lot of other schools, are sticking with Bloom's, or Revised Bloom's....they're similar but different. The main differences are that Webb's has four levels and Bloom's has six. The other difference is that Bloom's levels of thinking are determined by the verb in the objective. Webb's level of thinking is not just determined by the verb but the context in which the verb is used and by the complexity of the cognitive demand in the task. To read more about Webb's Depth of Knowledge, here is a good resource. Here is a Webb's Chart. So for those of you that asked for the Webb's DOK Posters in the Signal Strength version, here you go.
You can download you're own Webb's DOK classroom poster set HERE.
Happy Reading! Jen