Bloom’s Taxonomy

Dr Ruchi Bajpai

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Bloom’s Taxonomy by Mind Map: Bloom’s Taxonomy

1. What the Student does with Technology o Knowledge Students know the Parts of the Computer o Comprehension Students know what the Parts of the Computer are use for. o Application Students know how to show and present applications on the Computer o Analysis Students can Associate how the Computer can Change their Lives. o Synthesis Students can Collect Ideas and Compose them on the Computer o Evaluation Student can Discriminate between which Ideas are Best to Use

2. What the Teacher does with Technology o Knowledge is Teaching the parts of the Computer o Comprehension is Teaching the Students what the Parts of the Computer Do o Application is Teaching the Students how to Apply and Demonstrate the Use of the Computer o Analysis is Teaching the Students how the Computer can Change Their Lives o Synthesis is Teaching the Student how to Integrate Everything the Computer Can Do into One Element o Evaluation is Teaching the Student to make a Value Judgment about the Computer

3. Skills / Learning Objectives • Knowledge: arrange, repeat, recall, define, list, match, name, order, narrate, describe • Comprehension: summarize, classify, explain, discuss, give examples, identify, translate • Application: apply, demonstrate, solve, change, discover, experiment, interpret, show, present • Analysis: analyze, experiment, examine, compare, contrast, associate, dissect, conclude, test • Synthesis: collect, assemble, compose, develop, design, invent, create, plan, revise, role-play, theorize • Evaluation: compare, assess, contrast, criticize, debate, judge, value, predict, estimate, appraise

4. What Do We think about Theory? We think that Bloom’s Taxonomy Theory is very interesting. We agree with his 6 different stages of cognitive domain.

5. Bloom and Mastery Learning

6. • Bloom believed that all children can learn and aimed to demonstrate that through is research • Bloom’s Taxonomy has been linked to the idea and goal of mastery learning • Mastery Learning: a model for learning in which students continue to gain information and knowledge, working through modules or teacher instruction only after they have mastered the content of the previous modules • Bloom believed that all children can learn given the correct conditions for learning and sufficient time • The principal part of creating the correct conditions for learning is by changing the methods of instruction

7. Classroom Implications In Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Cognitive domain, Bloom believes there are 6 levels to learning: • knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. • In knowledge stage, he believes teacher recite things so the students can recall the information. • In comprehension stage, have teachers ask open ended questions for students to have the freedom to respond how they want to evaluate comprehension of topic. • In application stage, teacher needs to use concept taught in a new situation so students to apply what they learned to a different situation. • In analysis stage, teachers need to give situation to student and have them come up with how to resolve situation. • In synthesis stage: teacher gives students certain items and ask students to build something. • In evaluation, teachers should tell their students how they have done with their work so the students can learn from it. •