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Who is Benjamin J. Bloom? Now Featuring: Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning.

Who is Benjamin J. Bloom? Now Featuring: Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning.

30 Second Vocational Education & Training (V.E.T.) Language Demystifier

Did I hear you say ‘A noted U.S. Educator, who developed a classification system of six levels of learning’? Spot on! The human mind can think on different levels. 

The Levels of Learning range from simple and concrete to complex and abstract.

For a learner to be successful at higher levels of learning, they must first have mastered at the lower levels. As a facilitator, it is vital that you identify the level at which you want your learner to learn the knowledge, skill or behaviour. Then training activities will need to be constructed to allow them to learn at the level you have selected.

 

Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning 

 

Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning

 

(Source: Kinderplant.co)

Memorised the Bloom’s six Levels of Learning?

Well, this simple learning activity confirmed that we now have the ‘knowledge’ level of Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning. Ready to move onto ‘comprehension’?


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