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What's the most 'natural' way to learn? It might surprise you - Washington Post (blog)

What's the most 'natural' way to learn? It might surprise you - Washington Post (blog) | learning theories | Scoop.it
What's the most 'natural' way to learn? It might surprise you Washington Post (blog) ... from physical evidence, learning from the observation of goal-directed action, and learning from communication.
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Blooms of Taxonomy Educational Objectives: Single Slide for PowerPoint

Blooms of Taxonomy Educational Objectives: Single Slide for PowerPoint | learning theories | Scoop.it
Our custom-draw Blooms of Taxonomy Educational Objectives single slide PPT showcases the Blooms' Taxonomy of Cognitive Levels, which depicts the classification of learning levels/skills within education.
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4 Awesome New Blooms Taxonomy Posters ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

4 Awesome New Blooms Taxonomy Posters ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | learning theories | Scoop.it

"I am not going to talk about Blooms Taxonomy because I know all of my readers are already familiar with what it is all about and for those who are new here please refer to Blooms Taxonomy section mentioned above to learn more. For today's post, I am sharing with you some great posters on Blooms Taxonomy. Honestly, as soon as I set my eyes on them, I fell in love with them. They are well designed and are visually appealing and can fit in your classroom perfectly. All thanks and gratitude go back to iLearn Technology http://ilearntechnology.com/?tag=digital-blooms-taxonomy  for sharing them with us."


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Monika Kalbarczyk's curator insight, July 8, 2013 6:03 PM

Strenght. These shows what 4 new blooms taxonomy can do in your classroom. Taxonomy honesty. The possibilities are huge.. How can you use itin your classroom?