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1 Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Development To insert your company logo on this slideFrom the Insert MenuSelect “Picture”Locate your logo fileClick OKTo resize the logoClick anywhere inside the logo. The boxes that appear outside the logo are known as “resize handles.”Use these to resize the object.If you hold down the shift key before using the resize handles, you will maintain the proportions of the object you wish to resize.Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive DevelopmentPrinciples of TeachingAndrews UniversitySchool of Education
5 COGNITIVE DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE USE: Records, Films, Videos, Models, Events, Media, Diagrams, Books...APPROPRIATE VERBS: Define, Identify, List, Locate, Recall, Discover, Match, Observe, Listen, Ask...Recognize, define, or recall specific information.Remembering or recognizing something previously encountered without necessarily understanding, using, or changing it.Remembering important names, dates, capitals, etc.
6 COGNITIVE DOMAIN COMPREHENSION Targets understanding of content USE: Trends, Consequences, Tables, Cartoons...APPROPRIATE VERBS: Compare, Summarize, Explain, Convert, Chart, Associate, Interpret...Targets understanding of contentSummarizing, translating, and providing examples of a conceptUnderstanding the material being communicated without necessarily relating it to anything else
7 COGNITIVE DOMAIN APPLICATION USE: Collection, Diary, Photographs, Sculpture, Stichery, Illustration...APPROPRIATE VERBS: Apply, Calculate, Practice, Demonstrate, Construct, Teach, Paint, Manipulate, Report...Focuses on whether students can use information to solve problemsUsing general concepts to solve a particular problemSolving math and word problemsUsing punctuation properly
8 COGNITIVE DOMAIN ANALYSIS USE: Graph, Survey, Diagram, Chart, Questionnaire, Report...APPROPRIATE VERBS: Analyze, Contrast, Deduce, Differentiate, Distinguish, Infer, Classify, Categorize, Dissect, Advertise, Survey...Breaking something down to reveal its organization and structureBreaking something down into partsWhy a short story “works”identify the component parts of a science experiment
9 COGNITIVE DOMAIN SYNTHESIS USE: Article, Radio Show, Video, Puppet Show, Inventions, Poetry, Short Story...APPROPRIATE VERBS: Compose, Create, Design, Formulate, Produce, Rearrange, Combine, Invent, Hypothesize, Write...Asks students to create a unique (for them) product by combining different ideasWriting a poem, painting a picture, creating a computer program, etc.
10 COGNITIVE DOMAIN EVALUATION Highest level of the taxonomy USE: Letters, Group with Discussion Panel, Court Trial, Survey, Self-evaluation, Value, Allusions...APPROPRIATE VERBS: Appraise, Assess, Critique, Judge, Support, Debate, Evaluate, Editorialize, Recommend...Highest level of the taxonomyStudents judge the value or worth of something by comparing it to predetermined criteriaSolve a pollution problemAssess a writing sample
11 BLOOM’S TAXONOMY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT in Action Re-evaluate your group’s categories. What changes would you make? Why?Write one objective for each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Cognitive DevelopmentIndependent PracticeWrite 4 Objectives for each domain (affective, cognitive, psychomotor)Write 3 objectives for the interpersonal domainIndicate Related DomainIdentify Level within the Cognitive DomainInclude parts A, B, C, & D., but not necessarily in that order.
12 Mr. Sheppard is enjoying his evening as he reads students’ objectives for Principles Class.