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Resourcefulness to Promote Creativity

Bloom’s taxonomy of cognitive processes are learning objectives that transfers our knowledge from a lower order of thinking to a higher order of thinking; from simplicity to complexity; and from remembering to creating. 535 more words


Get Your VERB On!

By Dr. Richard Kralevich
Associate Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology
Delaware Technical Community College

In 1956, Benjamin Bloom and a few of his colleagues had a thought.  135 more words

Research & Theory

New Bloom's Taxonomy

I am not sure where I got this but I like this new and improved Bloom’s Taxonomy.  It is more detailed and offers a few more options for understanding.

A Question of Clarity

If I learned one thing during my MAT program, it is that in order to fairly and accurately assess student learning, you have to be sure that the questions you ask mean what you think they mean. 314 more words


How We Teach

Circus Town’s philosophy is one of kindness and inclusivity, always. (Because that’s the hardest lesson of all!) We are making our lessons accessible to kids with all kinds of learning styles, because physics is for everyone. 222 more words


Tips for Successfully Writing Long Answer Tests

Most students breathe a sigh of relief when the professor outlines a multiple choice exam on the syllabus, but what about the dreaded long answer exam? 1,566 more words