Lesson Planning Component – Bloom’s Taxonomy

Selected link

https://uwaterloo.ca/centre-for-teaching-excellence/teaching-resources/teaching-tips/planning-courses-and-assignments/course-design/blooms-taxonomy#_ftn1

Rationale

I was initially led to the page Bloom’s Taxonomy on the University of Waterloo Centre for Teaching Excellence website because it is Canadian and posted within the past year. Further investigation showed it to be an excellent, concise description of the Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor domains with the revised verbs and hierarchies published in 2001.

As I move into more classroom and online teaching, I’ll keep this resource close in order to quickly assess the “target” depth for each topic, by domain, and discern the actual depth achieved for each student.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy, University of Waterloo Centre for Teaching Excellence

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