Harry Tuttle has come-up with an intriguing way to evaluate student projects using Web 2.0 application.
I’d encourage you to read his post (and the comments section where he answers a question I left for him).
He basically assigns each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy a number — the higher the level, the higher the number. He identifies the level the student achieved in his/her project, and then multiplies it by the number of days they worked on it.
It seems to me that this could be a useful formula. I’m going to add his post to The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom.
What do you think of it?