I have used the inquiry process in my classroom with great success, and Bloom's revised taxonomy has been a useful tool in enabling students to build on their understandings, fostering motivation and higher order thinking.
“Evaluating” Example: a) Learning objective: Determine the best vendor to mitigate identified “slip and fall” hazards. b) Assessment activity: Learners will research vendors and then make a recommendation to the safety committee based on their research. c) Potential delivery technologies: The virtual classroom combined with videos and job aids provide background information on the various vendors. Web searches, scavenger hunts, and referral checking will supplement the more structured training.
Using different texts across Lexile bands and using activities that address different skills, you can effectively implement Depth Of Knowledge (DoK) in your ELA instruction. The Center for College &...
December 5, 2014 Bloom's taxonomy and Depth of Knowledge are two popular conceptual learning frameworks. They both approach the learning process from relatively different stands:Bloom's taxonomy seem...
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