BLOOM'S TAXONOMY of LEARNING
Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning is a hierarchical model of varying learning levels. The model is useful in developing skills-based learning objectives and assessments ranging from knowledge to evaluate. Let's discuss this approach for your project. Contact me for a free 1 hour consultation.
Design & produce new products and services.
design, consult, plan, produce, invent, write, propose
Use your knowledge to propose new solutions to a problem.
critique, hypothesize, check, experiment, judge, test
Break down ideas into simpler parts to understand how the
pieces fit together.
compare, contrast, categorize, differentiate, investigate, deconstruct
Apply to actual situations.
execute, use, implement, illustrate, teach, solve, modify, choose, calculate
Demonstrate your understanding.
interpret, summarize, paraphrase, infer, compare, classify, explain
Remember a series of facts.
recognize, list, describe, identify, name, locate
INTERACTIVITY IN E-LEARNING PROJECTS
eLearning with Passive Interaction
These courses are page-turners or ‘click-next’ courses that have the first level of interactivity, which is mostly a combination of static slides with audio, and basic navigation. Some components you will find in this level are:
Level 1 eLearning interactivities seldom provide scope for knowledge application. Hence, level 1 interactivity can measure the first two levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy – Remembering and Understanding.
eLearning with Limited Interaction
The second level of eLearning interactivity continues to be basic; however, learners have more control and involvement than level 1. Learners can interact with simple animations, clickable tabs, multiple-choice questions, sequencing, and occasional drag-and-drop activities. There is considerable use of media and audio in this level which, reducing textual overload, allows learners to Understand and Apply knowledge.