Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy | Teaching in Higher Education |
Beth Dichter's insight:

Here is another way to look at Bloom's Taxonomy. The image above is actually interactive. As you mouse over the various colored blocks each will provide information that combines Bloom's cognitive process (which many people in the field of education use daily) and also the knowledge dimension. A short phrase will pop up that can quickly lead to a learning objective.


There is also a table that provides 19 specific cognitive processes based on the cognitive process dimension. A second table provides information on the four knowledge dimensions, with information on the major types and subtypes.


Bloom's Taxonomy is widely used in education and combining these two aspects provides a more robust version of Bloom's work. If you are new to Bloom or you have used his taxonomy, this particular layout may provide you with new information.

Via Beth Dichter