Last week I talked about cognition and Benjamin Bloom’s editorship of the “Bloom’s Taxonomy” (1956). A Google search shows many pages on the original taxonomy. Anderson and Krathwohl updated the taxonomy (Krathwohl was an original co-author on the original report). 76 more words
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Sitting down and putting things on paper has a way of making you realize what you really know and how much you don’t know. Often, I will begin writing a paper with undefined ideas and unclear goals, but as I put down what I know, something magical happens—I start seeing ideas I didn’t even know I had! 515 more words
Hello, my name is Kurt Meusel. I’ve been acting since age 11, and teaching since before I was born.
When I entered Coastal Carolina University’s MAT program in the summer of 2012 with almost 25 years teaching experience, my goal was to change the teaching discipline. 459 more words
After many years in a public school classroom and being on the verge of becoming a home schooler, I heard a lot of negative comments about the public school system. 852 more words
Alright. So we’re on the topic of interleaving and it’s getting some kind of limelight in some article I came across about how amazing it was when they tried to use this method (that’s actually about 30 years old) in subject matters like geo solids, abstract art as well as motor skills. 794 more words