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Bloom’s Taxonomy Paint Palette

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"An article I read this week had me thinking about Bloom’s Taxonomy and what learning really is.  It led to me coming up with a new graphic for Bloom’s Taxonomy, this one a Paint Palette.  I like thinking about Bloom’s in the form of an artist paint palette because each color has equal importance.  For an artist, the greatest beauty comes in the mixing of colors.  Using a multitude of shades and blends on a canvas.  I think the same can be said of learning."


Via Beth Dichter, Jeff O'Dell
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I appreciate that this view of Bloom's Taxonomy is less linear. Every course needs a different blend of Bloom's learning levels.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 19, 2013 11:14 AM

This is a work in progress based on student work at Anastasis Academy. We know that we would like our students to be able to demonstrate their understanding in a variety of ways, but often they find one way and that becomes the only way (from their perspective). In this post Kelly Tenkely describes her experiences with students at Anastasis Academy and how this experience has led her to create this paint palette that will contain two additional components.

Along with this palette you will find a painting that provides "students ideas for different outcomes and evidences of learning" and a component that is still a work in progress, that will "an app and website catalog organized by the same colors so that students can be introduced to the many options they have for the different types of learning and producing." You can see the page with apps in this post that are specific to Create and additional pages with apps will be posted in the future.

Sue Alexander's curator insight, July 21, 2013 6:40 PM

An excellent analogy, and a visual my students will surely relate to in the Art Room. I think this will be helpful as they plan and reflect upon their own learning goals.

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Top 10 eLearning Industry Trends For 2013 | The Upside Learning Blog

Top 10 eLearning Industry Trends For 2013 | The Upside Learning Blog | Meaningful, Technology-Enhanced Learning Experiences | Scoop.it
eLearning is evolving as the eLearning market continues to grow. Here are our predictions of the top 10 eLearning Industry Trends For 2013
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In today's complex world, figuring out medium and timing of training is becoming a more important consideration. Content is still king but folks need to be able to find (and subscribe) to your content.

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8 Things You Can Do To Improve Your Next eLearning Course

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"Effective eLearning courses don't happen by magic. They come out of purposeful, thoughtful and learner-focused design. You can create those kinds of courses by following these eight simple and effective rules to instantly improve your eLearning courses."


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Ensuring that the course's key learning competencies and outcomes are highlighted is most important. Glad to see this article lists that improvement first.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy Paint Palette

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"An article I read this week had me thinking about Bloom’s Taxonomy and what learning really is.  It led to me coming up with a new graphic for Bloom’s Taxonomy, this one a Paint Palette.  I like thinking about Bloom’s in the form of an artist paint palette because each color has equal importance.  For an artist, the greatest beauty comes in the mixing of colors.  Using a multitude of shades and blends on a canvas.  I think the same can be said of learning."


Via Beth Dichter, Jeff O'Dell
Jessica Rebstock's insight:

I appreciate that this view of Bloom's Taxonomy is less linear. Every course needs a different blend of Bloom's learning levels.

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Beth Dichter's curator insight, July 19, 2013 11:14 AM

This is a work in progress based on student work at Anastasis Academy. We know that we would like our students to be able to demonstrate their understanding in a variety of ways, but often they find one way and that becomes the only way (from their perspective). In this post Kelly Tenkely describes her experiences with students at Anastasis Academy and how this experience has led her to create this paint palette that will contain two additional components.

Along with this palette you will find a painting that provides "students ideas for different outcomes and evidences of learning" and a component that is still a work in progress, that will "an app and website catalog organized by the same colors so that students can be introduced to the many options they have for the different types of learning and producing." You can see the page with apps in this post that are specific to Create and additional pages with apps will be posted in the future.

Sue Alexander's curator insight, July 21, 2013 6:40 PM

An excellent analogy, and a visual my students will surely relate to in the Art Room. I think this will be helpful as they plan and reflect upon their own learning goals.

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The Creativity Compass

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I think this framework first came up in a conversation with John Maeda. The original observation was that artist and scientists tend to work well together, and scientists and engineers work well
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From Traditional Instruction to Instructional Design 2.0

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The opportunities to broaden the reach of the L&D department, and promote participant interaction and shared learning, are now limitless with social media.

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From this article: ...we know learners talk during breaks, after class, and in between sessions or modules—how can we be part of those conversations? 


Motivating and inspiring learners to actively want to particpate in the convervation is key. Key question: Are you tring to spoon feed your learners or are you trying to genuinely inspire their interest? It should always be the latter.

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Prof. Hankell's curator insight, July 21, 2013 7:16 AM

L&D = Learning and Development...