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Teaching from the top-down: flipping Bloom's taxonomy

How many of us have learned about Bloom’s taxonomy, back in the days we went to college?  Very likely, one learned to start teaching at the base: knowledge and comprehension, before moving on to the higher levels of application and analysis.   873 more words

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What Are 21st Century Teaching Skills?

We always hear about 21st century skills. I mean– always. But do we know what they actually are? Well, I’m glad you asked. I took the liberty of doing some research of this subject matter and compiled my findings into this article for you. 253 more words

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Web 2.0 Tools Continued

Following class presentations on several different Web 2.0 Tools for the classroom, I have chosen three that I would be interested in using. Listed below are descriptions of how to access and use each tool, its alignment with Bloom’s Taxonomy, and ideas of how to use them in the classroom. 925 more words

Writing Good Learning Objectives and Learning Outcomes

These two resources will help you write good learning objectives and learning outcomes for your online course.
  1. Writing Learning Outcomes by Marjorie Vai and Kristen Sosulski (2011) Check the book’s website for models of good online course design: …
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Bloom's Taxonomy

In the 1950s, Benjamin Bloom, along with several other educators, developed a taxonomy to define the levels of cognitive skills from the simplest to the most complex. 1,322 more words

Module 6:Assessment Planning & Construction, Reporting & Feedback

After reading all the resources provided to us by our Prof. in this module about assessment planning, construction, reporting and feedback, I must say that I have gained a wider perspective that will equip me in my future endeavors about the topic. 740 more words

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