Resource links for INTEL's Thinking With Technology Course

Assessing students' higher-order thinking with free online tools.


K-12 Teaching Tools

Visual Ranking Tool

Prioritize and order items in a list. Explain reasoning and compare work with each other in a visual diagram.


Seeing Reason Tool

Mapping Cause-and-effect relationships. Create visual representations of the relationships in a cause-and-effect investigation.


Showing Evidence Tool

Construct an arguement or hypothesis and support it with evidence.


INTEL Education Website

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Additional Resources

Technology Literacy

Bloom's Taxonomy and Revised Taxonomy

Categorizing all areas of thinking.

Bloom's Taxonomy

Revised Taxonomy

Revised Taxonomy Part2

Marzano's Dimensions of Learning

How knowledge is used within the context of a social and personal environment.

Dimensions of Learning

Costa and Kallick

Habits that are required to meet "challenging conditions"--ones that demand "strategic reasoning, insightfulness, perseverance, creativity, and craftmanship to resolve a complex problem."

Habits of Mind

Wiggins and McTighe's Six Facets of Understanding


Brief introduction


International Technology Education Association


“We may be very busy, we may be very efficient, but we will also be truly effective only when we begin with the end in mind.” Covey

"Begin with the end in mind." Covey

Unit of Instruction

Unit Plan Template


My Unit

Teacher Resources