Bloom’s Strategies: Use PBL

5. Plan Project-Based Learning sequences

Using Bloom’s Taxonomy to plan PBL sequences isn’t as difficult as it sounds. In this case, it simply means that if a student is doing a project on recycling, for example, the ‘sequence’ could begin at lower levels, where the student recalls, defines, and identifies key components of recycling, its challenges, etc.

Then, students begin to analyze cause/effect of many of those components and challenges, then evaluates the effectiveness of existing recycling techniques, then finally creates new strategies to increase recycling, improve adoption rates, etc.

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