Multiple Intelligences Links:

Here are two online Multiple Intelligences Assessment Tests. I got slightly different results on the two tests.

Online Multiple Intelligences Analysis from Birmingham City Council

Literacyworks Multiple Intelligences Assessment

Practice Engaging the Intelligences (Here are some suggestions for learning activities that emphasize the different intelligences.)

Downloadable multiple intelligences assessment worksheet, definitions, wheel here; not as good as the first two links (a bit wordier), but useful if you need a hard copy of the task instead of an online version. (thinking languages wheel found here)
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Goldilocks and the Three Bears:

Simple version of the story from DLTK
Word file of this version of the story:

Very PC animated version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears from Northumberland Grid for Learning. More resources here.

Animated Goldilocks and the Three Bears from the British Council

BBC Version of Goldilocks that ends happily

Another Version of the Goldilocks story from BBC Wales

Goldilocks and the Three Bears activities and resources

Three Little Pigs and links to other sites:

Bloom's Taxonomy Information

More information about Bloom's Taxonomy can be found here:




More Information on Bloom's Taxonomy
  • Applying Bloom's Taxonomy: A site with Bloom's original taxonomy along with question stems and potential learning activities.
  • Interactive Taxonomy Table: There is an interactive taxonomy table in the middle of this page. Click on it for examples of each category.


Andrew Churches Book on Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

Technology Integration Matrix:

Bloom's Taxonomy applied to Web 2.0:

Topic: Meaningful Learning with Technology - Bloom:

Bunch of resources related to Bloom's taxonomy:

Bloom’s Taxonomy and the Digital World:

Picture showing digital and tech activities associated with different levels of bloom's taxonomy:

Provides examples of web applications and activities that can be used at different level of the taxonomy:
Shows type of thinking that should be expected at different levels of education: