When I learned Bloom’s taxonomy as an undergraduate, I always thought that the arts were short changed. Sure, there was the affective domain, but it just didn’t have the depth to it that the cognitive domain had, and the affective domain was often presented as a sort of afterthought. 1,351 more words
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When students participate in after school programs, they would benefit from cognitive development. That is, students learn and retain by creating.
According the Blooms Taxonomy, there are six processes of learning which are visualized in pyramid form. 86 more words
Title Image, A Note: I’m the little fella in the above photo. That’s me with my family on a trip to Drumheller, Alberta in the early 80s. 1,264 more words
Admittedly, I have been struggling with finding a focus for my Vision project. The problem is that I don’t have a class, library, or school of my own, so I have been trying to figure out something that will be useful heading into the future, or will be useful to another educator, that also fits with my focus thus far in this course, Social Media. 435 more words
Bloom’s Taxonomy is a teaching framework that classifies learning from lower order to higher order thinking.