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Making Assessment Count: The Power of Purposeful Feedback

I don’t know about you, but I am pretty obsessed with getting feedback right. It is the most decisive factor in developing skills and enabling learners to progress. 1,394 more words

A Level Sociology

How strong study skills can help math success bloom for students

What role do study skills play in the ability of students to succeed in mathematics courses?

In 1956, psychologist Benjamin Bloom first published his “Taxonomy of Educational Objectives,” which has since become a widely referenced document in the field of developmental education.  576 more words


Lesson Planning Resource Assignment

     For my lesson planning assignment I picked the five following topics. Bloom’s Taxonomy, Characteristics of the Adult Learner, Creating a Positive Classroom Learning Environment, Motivational Techniques and Assessment. 613 more words


Bloom's Taxonomy still blooming

Bloom’s Taxonomy has proved to be an oldie but a goody.

I was interested to take the “Prezi Tour” offered by Peter Pappas and to stop at the station called The Reflective Principal. 50 more words

Self_directed Learning

Learning Models (Part 1: Bloom's taxonomy)

Good schools employ a few learning models and theories to ensure that learning occurs efficiently in students. They create lesson plans based on these theories which clearly highlight the main objective of teaching a particular topic or a subject to a student. 627 more words


A Shrinking World Of Education

Recently I had the honor of presenting at a Google Summit in India. The audience consisted of educators, teachers and students. While it was a great experience presenting to all of them, what was more satisfying was the discussions we had during the two day summit. 521 more words


New (and improved) Bloom's Wall

Told You I was slightly Bloom’s Obsessed. 

So as previously blogged about, one of my first things I did when I got my very own classroom, was make a massive Blooms Triangle for my wall.

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