Educational psychology in teaching practice is a hotly contested issue within education. As personal development is becoming an increasingly important part of being a teacher, research into educational psychology and understanding how children and adolescents best learn is being focused in more prominently. 772 more words
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by Bob Whitesel D.Min. Ph.D., 9/5/17.
Students often request the “independent study” or IP option as a replacement for a course that isn’t offered within a reasonable timeframe. 493 more words
If you have anything to do with education, chances are you’ve heard of Blooms Taxonomy. It used to look a little something like this:
Essentially, the purpose of Blooms Taxonomy is to classify how people learn and comprehend information that is presented to them. 973 more words
by Bob Whitesel Ph.D., 10/23/17.
When a student is in graduate school, they are expected to “think at a higher level” than they would while pursuing an undergraduate degree. 933 more words
In order to work effectively with Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy, we must understand two dimensions of learning: cognitive process, and knowledge. Cognitive process describes what thought task a learner is performing on a given text or focus. 1,322 more words
This year I taught and designed new scheme for A-Level History The British Experience of Warfare 1790 to 1918. Daunting as it is to deliver something completely new, as a historian it is wonderful to get the opportunity to indulge in reading and research and to design learning activities for students. 384 more words