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Title: Aligning Theory with Practice How to Use Blooms Taxonomy Table Happy Valentines Day


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Aligning Theory with Practice How to Use Blooms
Taxonomy TableHappy Valentines Day!
  • EDTEC 572
  • COMET Cohort - Week 3 or 4

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Overview
  • Examine the Taxonomy Table
  • Categorize objectives
  • Why?
  • Practice
  • Tech Tool GoogleSites PowerPoint
  • Tip or Trick of the week

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Blooms Taxonomy Revisited
  • Anderson/Krathwahl Ch. 3-5 focus on
  • Two Dimensions of Taxonomy Table
  • Cognitive
  • Knowledge
  • Categorizing learning objectives with table

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Cognitive Process Dimension
COMPLEX
SIMPLE
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Knowledge Dimension
CONCRETE
  • Factual
  • Discrete bits of information
  • Conceptual
  • More complex, organized knowledge
  • Classifications, categories, principles
  • Procedural
  • Steps to take, how to do something
  • Determining when to do what
  • Meta-Cognitive
  • Personalize understanding for the user
  • Strategic and contextual

ABSTRACT
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Why Categorize Objectives?
  • Allows examination of objectives from various
    perspectives
  • Confirms what we teach is aligned with objectives
    and assessment
  • Can lead to questions that direct student
    learning to meet objectives
  • Big Ideas
  • Essential Questions

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How Might This Look?
  • Map out
  • Objectives
  • Instructional activities
  • Assessments
  • Activities and tests should align in order to
    meet objectives

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Categorizing Hints
  • To help categorize objectives, focus on verbs and
    nouns
  • Verbs
  • Usually refer to cognitive process
  • Often help formulate critical thinking questions
  • Nouns
  • Describe knowledge students are to acquire or
    construct

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http//www.stedwards.edu/cte/files/BloomPolygon.pd
f
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Practice
  • LWBAT recite details about the Boston Tea Party
  • LWBAT illustrate the steps of the water cycle

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Anger Management Example
  • Objectives describe ends
  • Activities and media describe means

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Lets Zoom in on the Anger Management Table
  • Design an activity to help the angry person
  • To Remember Factual Knowledge
  • To Apply Factual Knowledge
  • To Apply A Metacognitive Strategy

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Taxonomy Table Help
  • Use this Table as a Template
  • See a few examples
  • Anger management
  • How to use AdobeConnect
  • Search the Internet
  • Download these documents from Moodle

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More about Blooms
  • Bloom's learning domains http//coe.sdsu.edu/eet
    /Articles/BloomsLD/index.htm
  • Applying Blooms Taxonomy (sample verbs,
    questions stems, potential activities and
    products)http//www.teachers.ash.org.au/researchs
    kills/dalton.htm
  • Advice on Blooms, verb selection, effective
    questioning techniques from St. Edwards
    University Center for Teaching Excellence
    http//www.stedwards.edu/cte/files/BloomPolygon.p
    df
  • Question cues for test items based on Blooms
    Taxonomy from University of Victoriahttp//www.co
    un.uvic.ca/learning/exams/blooms-taxonomy.html

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Discussion Objectives in Your World
  • Where do you deal with objectives?
  • How do you feel about them?

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Common Errors in Writing Learning Objectives
  • Ill show a few examples in our online meeting.

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Discussion - Reading
  • The New Blooms Taxonomy is about
  • educational objectives and aligning them with
  • Instruction
  • Activities
  • Assessment

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An activity (for future use) Use GoogleDoc to
Practice
  • Sign into your iGoogle account
  • Use the new document shared with peers
  • Using the Taxonomy Table, map the objective
  • "Learners will be able to discuss the
    significance of the Magna Carta, the English Bill
    of Rights, and the May-flower Compact" (Feel free
    to make assumptions or elaborate)
  • (CA H/SS Standard 8.2.1)
  • Map 3-5 learning activities to support the
    objective
  • Save the document
  • Return to Connect Environment in 10 minutes
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