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Bloom, influential education researcher

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This an obituary of Benjam Bloom who got his PhD at the University of Chicago in 1942 and wrote the original Bloom's taxonomy with a committee of colleagues convened by the American Psychological Association.

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18 Ways To Use YouTube With Bloom's Taxonomy | TeachBytes

18 Ways To Use YouTube With Bloom's Taxonomy | TeachBytes | So who is Bloom and what is Bloom's Taxonomy? | Scoop.it
I would bet money that YouTube is one of my students most used websites. Whether they are at lunch break or waiting for their parents to pick them up, they care constantly watching music videos, laughing at the newest ...
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I live on YouTube, for play, for my projects, for learning, so this is a lovely graphic/blog that suggests who you can use YouTube with your students, dovetailed with Bloom's taxonomy.

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Bloom reheated | Learning with 'e's

Bloom reheated. In an age of digital media, where learners create, remix and share their own content, an overhaul of Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy was long overdue. Unfortunately, Lorin Anderson's revision (2001 in ...
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There is more to Bloom than the taxonomy ...

There is more to Bloom than the taxonomy ... | So who is Bloom and what is Bloom's Taxonomy? | Scoop.it
These days the most frequently used words in education are Bloom's taxonomy. Even those outside the system are concerned with Higher Order Thinking Skills – a byproduct of the taxonomy. From 1943 to 1959, Bloom ...
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Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Domains

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Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning...

 

A great look at the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain drawn from Bloom's original Taxonomy, giving examples with a business twist.

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Mary Forehand's Guide to Bloom's Taxonomy

http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Bloom%27s_Taxonomy

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Bloom's Taxonomy for Graduate Students

The taxonomy's level change when expressed as expectations of graduate students. Here's a link: http://www.apus.edu/community-scholars/learning-outcomes-assessment/university-assessment/resources/Blooms%20Taxonomy2.pdf

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Bloom's Taxonomy for Online Education

A restatement for the online environment: http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom%27s+Digital+Taxonomy

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And a dissenting voice ...

This is a blog that draws on recent neuroscience, educational research and other educational theory to critique the usefullness of Bloom's Taxonomy. It's always good to have a dissenting voice ....

 

http://www.onteachingonline.com/2011/06/the-problem-with-blooms-taxonomy/

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Moodle 2.5 Free Course - YouTube

Moodle for Teachers 2.5 EVO2014 on Moodle for Teachers: http://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=16 and on WizIQ: http://www.wiziq.com/course/9160-moodl...
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Dr Nellie Deutsch's great introduction video tot he free course that starts on Saturday! Come join us!

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A Quick Guide on Blooms Taxonomy Apps for iPad

A Quick Guide on Blooms Taxonomy Apps for iPad | So who is Bloom and what is Bloom's Taxonomy? | Scoop.it

There are a lot of these guides for iPad apps that can be used  to engage the skills that have been set up for higher education following on Bloom's taxonomy. Most of these IMO are not very well organized or are too visual to really get a handle on quickly. For those of us who are a tad more linear here is a really good guide for higher ed Bloomian apps for iPad.

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Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Domains - Edublogs

Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning Domains - Edublogs | So who is Bloom and what is Bloom's Taxonomy? | Scoop.it
However, Bloom's taxonomy is easily understood and is probably the most widely applied one in use today. Cognitive domine is the topic we are more interested in, so it will be the one I will develope more: Cognitive Domain ...
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Bloom's Taxonomy

An illustration of Bloom's taxonomy using a musical example...

 

This is a clear, creative and wonderful introduction to the Taxonomy itself.

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Benjamin Bloom - New World Encyclopedia

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A biographical entry on Benjamin Bloom.

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Elliot Eisner's Obituary in Journal of Comparative Education, 2000

http://www.ibe.unesco.org/publications/ThinkersPdf/bloome.pdf

 

This is wonderful obituary that is full of wonderful quotes that characterize Bloom as a person who really understood the impact of environment on ability, on the connection between experience and learning, and that education was not a race to the top but a question of organizing a context of mastery for individual learners. Here's a quote that I really loved:

 

"What is striking about Bloom’s views on international comparisons is that he was

aware, perhaps more than most, of the complexity of student performance and of the danger of oversimplifying it on the basis of scores alone. One needed to know about much more than the magnitude of test scores in order to make educational sense out of them. One needed to understand the amount of time allocated to the study of the subject, one needed to understand the resources provided to schools, and one needed to understand the quality of teaching that was made available. Bloom was no mere number-cruncher."

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Benjamin S. Bloom

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Few individuals in the history of education have had greater impact on educational policy and practice than Benjamin S. Bloom.
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Thomas Guskey's (2005) article on Benjamin Bloom, mastery learning and formative assessment

http://www.nathanstrenge.com/page5/files/formative-classroom-assessment-0026-bloom.pdf

 

This article, posted by Nathan Strenge on his website, was presented at the 2005 convention of the American Educational Research Association meeting in Montreal, Canada, by Thomas Guskey who also wrote a biography of Bloom. As someone who dallied with becoming an historian (I spent six years as a grad student in the history department at Duke before returning to psychology), I can relate to Guskey's goal of reintroducing Bloom's ideas on mastery learning and formative assessment to the modern dialogue.

 

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