Blooms Taxonomy

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TOPIC#: BLOOMS TAXONOMY

NAME: SUMAN KUMAR SADULA

EMAIL: sumansadula@gmail.com

OCTOBER 1ST 2010

Table of contents

Abstract...............................................................................................................................3

1. INTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................3

2. BLOOMS TAXONOMY AND STRATEGIC PLANNING..............................................3

3. CRITICAL THINKING AND CREATIVE THINKING..................................................5

4. DOMAIN OF LEARNING REFLECTED IN TECHNOLOGY RICH PROJECTS........5

REFERENCES....................................................................................................................6

ABSTRACT:

Taxonomy simply means classification. Benjamin bloom in 1956 identified three domains of educational activities. They are cognitive, affective and psychomotor. Skills in cognitive domain revolve around knowledge, comprehension and critical thinking. Cognitive and affective domains contain each of six and five sub categories respectively. These sub categories as their own importance. Critical thinking and creative thinking has their importance on blooms taxonomy. Domain of learning reflects in technology rich projects.

INTRODUCTION:

Taxonomy simply means classification. Benjamin bloom headed a group of educational psychologist in 1956 they develop a classification of levels of intellectual behaviour of learning He identified there domains of education activities they are 1) Cognitive 2) affective 3) psychomotor

BLOOM’S TAXOMONY IN STRATEGIC PLANNING:

Bloom’s taxonomy divides education objectives into three domains. They are cognitive, affective, and psychomotor.

COGNITIVE DOMAIN:

Skills in the cognitive domain revolve round knowledge, comprehensive and critical thinking. They are six levels in taxonomy, moving through the lowest order process to...
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