We’re currently working on a project to create a resource to assist teachers in using Bloom’s Taxonomy while integrating digital tools in the classroom and teaching specific digital subjects. It would be great to get input from teachers who have done this successfully, in particular examples or case studies from the classroom. Use the comment function below or drop me a mail if you’d like to contribute.
Bloom’s: A Recap
Bloom’s Taxonomy is a multi-layered model of classifying thinking according to six levels of complexity. These six layers form a subset of the three main domains: cognitive, affective and sensory areas.
Bloom’s taxonomy as a learning process is interdependent:
- Before we can understand a concept, we need to remember it
- Before we can apply a concept, we must understand it
- Before we analyse it, we must be able to apply it
- Before we can evaluate its impact, we must have analysed it.
- Before we can create, we must have remembered, understood, applied, analysed and evaluated.