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Copy of Webbs Depth of Knowledge

An overview of higher-order thinking
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Amy Flannery

on 12 February 2015

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Transcript of Copy of Webbs Depth of Knowledge

Webb's Depth of Knowledge
DOK IS
WEBB vs BLOOM
DOK is NOT
an overview of Higher-Order Thinking
Conclusion
DOK is based only partially on how or what you teach.

The heart of DOK is found in how you ASSESS your students.

Attempt to have Levels 1-3 in each type of assessment you give to your students to continue to encourage higher-order thinking.
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Webb (1997) developed a process and criteria for systematically analyzing the alignment between standards and standardized assessments. Since then the process and criteria have demonstrated application to reviewing curricular alignment as well. This body of work offers the Depth of Knowledge (DOK) model employed to analyze the cognitive expectation demanded by standards, curricular activities and assessment tasks (Webb, 1997). The model is based upon the assumption that curricular elements may all be categorized based upon the cognitive demands required to produce an acceptable response. Each grouping of tasks reflects a different level of cognitive expectation, or depth of knowledge, required to complete the task. It should be noted that the term knowledge, as it is used here, is intended to broadly encompass all forms of knowledge (i.e. procedural, declarative, etc.). The following table reflects an adapted version of the model.
http://svesd.net/files/DOK_Question_Stems.pdf
http://www.nj.gov/education/AchieveNJ/teacher/forms/SGO1-3.pdf
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