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Event Title

Bloom’s Educational Taxonomy as a Cross-Curriculum Theme

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Dwayne BellFollow

Location

MC 417

Start Date

7-1-2016 9:30 AM

End Date

7-1-2016 10:30 AM

Description

Bloom’s educational taxonomy is a way of naming the different metacognitive activities that we collectively call learning. The different activities are Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing Evaluating, and Creating, with creativity being considered the highest form of mental activity. Analysis of the different levels of cognitive activity leads the author to believe that a common theme exists amongst all of the disciplines on campus and offers a way to unite disciplines as diverse as chemistry and history to create a coherent university experience for our students.

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Bloom’s Educational Taxonomy as a Cross-Curriculum Theme

MC 417

Bloom’s educational taxonomy is a way of naming the different metacognitive activities that we collectively call learning. The different activities are Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing Evaluating, and Creating, with creativity being considered the highest form of mental activity. Analysis of the different levels of cognitive activity leads the author to believe that a common theme exists amongst all of the disciplines on campus and offers a way to unite disciplines as diverse as chemistry and history to create a coherent university experience for our students.