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Title: Writing Objectives II: Bloom


1
  • Writing Objectives II Blooms Taxonomy
  • EDU 300 Newberry College Jennifer Morrison

2
Writing Objectives II
  • How does Blooms Taxonomy work?
  • Why is higher order thinking so important?

3
What is Blooms Taxonomy?
  • In 1956, Benjamin Bloom and his colleagues
    published the Taxonomy of Educational
    Objectives The Classification of Educational
    Goals, a book that classified educational goals
    according to the cognitive processes that
    learners must use in order to attain those goals.
  • It was revised in 2001 by Lorin Anderson and
    David Krathwohl.
  • SC Academic Standards are based on Blooms.
  • Research has shown that greater learning happens
    when students learn and are assessed at higher
    levels of learning.

4
Blooms Taxonomy
  • Domains of Knowledge Factual, Conceptual,
    Procedural, Metacognitive
  • Cognitive Processes
  • Remember
  • Understand
  • Apply
  • Analyze
  • Evaluate
  • Create

5
Read
  • Revised Blooms Taxonomy (Appendix A from SC
    Academic Standards)
  • Richard Mayer Rote Versus Meaningful Learning

6
Rote Versus Meaningful Learning Richard Mayer
  1. What are the two overall educational goals of the
    revised Taxonomy?
  2. What is the difference between no learning,
    rote learning, and meaningful learning?
  3. Mayer says there are two components of problem
    solving. What are they?
  4. How does the revised Taxonomy view learning?
  5. What is the lowest level? Why is it important?
    Whats the danger?
  6. Create a graphic organizer showing the six levels
    of the revised Taxonomy and how those levels
    relate to and build on each other.

7
Look at the SC Academic Standards for your unit
  • At what level of the revised Taxonomy are they
    written?
  • Is this appropriate? Why or why not?
  • What does this mean for you as a curriculum
    designer?

8
Label your proposed unit objectives
  • A Remember
  • B Understand
  • C Apply
  • D Analyze
  • E Evaluate
  • F Create
  • What percentage do you have of each cognitive
    level?
  • Is this appropriate? Why or why not?
  • As a designer, whats a good Blooms mix for a
    set of unit objectives?

9
Whats Due?
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