By Dr. Richard Kralevich
Associate Vice President for Information and Instructional Technology
Delaware Technical Community College
In 1956, Benjamin Bloom and a few of his colleagues had a thought. Their idea – develop a framework that educators and student alike could leverage to better organize and understand the learning objectives associated with their shared educational experience. Since that faithful day, educators like you and me have devoted countless hours discussing, debating, and deliberating over how to find the right verb for the job.
Recently, I came across a few visual representations of Bloom’s Taxonomy that might help to make that deliberation a little easier. Hopefully, these resources will come in handy the next time you’re struggling to pen that perfect instructional objective.
So get out there and get your verb on!
A 3 Dimensional Model Of Bloom’s Taxonomy
Take Action: Verbs That Define Bloom’s Taxonomy
Source: MindShift | KQED News
Bloom’s Taxonomy Overview
Source: Vanderbilt University’s Center for Teaching