Use performance-based language from Bloom’s Taxonomy to describe success.
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As a learning professional, understanding Bloom’s Taxonomy can help you better define learning outcomes and write effective learning objectives. Subscribe to this self-paced course for a quick primer on each level of the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy for the Knowledge Domain. Progress through each level to learn how the foundational skills of remembering and understanding work together to support application. You’ll learn how the lower levels work together to support the higher-level thinking skills... Read More
As a learning professional, understanding Bloom’s Taxonomy can help you better define learning outcomes and write effective learning objectives. Subscribe to this self-paced course for a quick primer on each level of the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy for the Knowledge Domain. Progress through each level to learn how the foundational skills of remembering and understanding work together to support application. You’ll learn how the lower levels work together to support the higher-level thinking skills of
analyzing, evaluating, and creating. Then, you’ll discover how to apply these findings to your learning experiences.
WHY SHOULD I ATTEND?
- Expand your knowledge of adult learning and take a deep dive into this foundational instructional design concept.
- Discover the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy and how they relate to one another and your next learning event.
- This self-paced certificate can be completed on your own time and employs a variety of interactive learning techniques, including animations, case studies, branching scenarios, expert videos, and downloadable tools and templates.
- Define each of the domains in Bloom’s Taxonomy.
- Describe how each level of Bloom's Taxonomy targets a higher level of thinking.
- Describe content and activities that are appropriate for each level of Bloom’s Taxonomy.
- Critique the effectiveness of learning objectives.
- Write learning objectives that use what you’ve learned about Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Bloom’s Taxonomy was created for instructional designers, as a framework to create holistic learning experiences that focus on each of three domains of learning. The key piece that is so often...
Six levels comprise the Knowledge domain of the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy. Watch this video to learn more about the content covered in this course.
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New learning professionals or others who wish to learn more about writing learning objectives that use performance-based language. This could include instructional designers or trainers, but also managers responsible for individuals’ learning or subject matter experts who have been asked to help others learn.
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