In this course, through 14 lessons, 14 reflection prompts, and 5 assessments, teachers will explore the background, development, terminology, function, pieces, application, misconceptions, limitations, and application of Bloom’s Taxonomy framework. The course also includes planning templates and a copy of our Bloom’s Digital Planning Cards.
As an introductory course, after completing it you should have a strong foundational knowledge of Bloom’s Taxonomy, one of the most powerful and versatile frameworks for clarifying and promoting thinking (including critical thinking) in your classroom.
Sample Learning Objectives include:
- Summarize the original development of Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Identify and prioritize changes (and the purpose of those changes) to the framework
- Define key terminology (e.g., knowledge, metacognition, transfer, etc.)
- Identify the four types of knowledge in the framework
- Recall and define each level of the Cognitive Process domain and example activities at each level
- Summarize common misconceptions and misunderstandings of the framework
- Identify at least three ways to begin to use Bloom’s in your next lesson or unit