Bloom's Taxonomy Individual Application
Original Content Publication Date: 09/25/2012
Blooms Taxonomy is an important theory in teaching. It includes different levels of a pyramid that build on one another. This video from LSU briefly explains the concept behind Bloom's Taxonomy and describes individual application for how college students can be better learners. The levels of the pyramid are; remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating.
- The levels of learning map how we think
- Once you have a solid understanding of what something is, then you can understand how that thing works
- Using Blooms Taxonomy correctly will allow students to support, explore, and design their learning process
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