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Bloom's Taxonomy/HOTS

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Barbara Maestas

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Transcript of Bloom's Taxonomy/HOTS

Taxonomy
: orderly
classification
of items according to a
systematic relationship
(low - high, small - big, simple - complex)
move from the parts to the new whole
Domains of Learning
http://community.wvu.edu/~lsm018/Articulate%20Blooms%20Wheel/blooms_wheel.html
http://www.learnnc.org/lp/media/articles/bloom0405-3/bloompix.html
Revised
http://www.multimodeteaching.com/
use sensory cues to guide motor activity
readiness to act
early stages in learning complex skill;
includes imitation, trial and error
learned responses become habits; movements performed with some confidence and proficiency
quick, accurate, highly coordinated
performance requiring minimum energy
skills well developed; individual can modify movement patterns to fit special requirements
create new movement patterns to fit
particular situation or specific problem
Skills
Attitude
Knowledge
What do you want students to know about and/or be able to do with a pen?
Knowledge
Application
Analysis
Evaluation
Before we can
understand

a concept
we have to
remember
it.
Before we can
apply
the concept
we must
understand
it.
Before we
analyze
the concept
we must be able to
apply
it.
Before we can
evaluate
it's impact
we must have
analyze
d it.
Before we can
create
we must have remembered, understood,
applied, analyzed, and
evaluate
d
(simple information; recall from memory)
Now that you know what a pen is used for, how do you use it?
With your source of knowledge about the pen how could you apply this to whatever you need a pen to do?
Now looking at the pen and building upon all of the knowledge you have, is the pen the best way to be doing the things that it is
currently used for?
You have decided that a pen is not the
best way to write, but what are the
arguments and reasons that you have for coming to this conclusion?
Task-Oriented Question Construction Wheel
http://frank.mtsu.edu/~studskl/bear_tush.gif
Additional Information
Bloom's Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain
:
hierarchical way of organizing cognitive processes
http://www.learnnc.org/lp/media/articles/bloom0405-3/bloompix.html
move from the whole to parts
cognitive processes used when necessary
move up and down categories as new
knowledge is created

http://www.beaconlearningcenter.com/weblessons/bloomstaxonomy/blooms02.htm
Bloom and the Three Little Pigs
T-Chart: Higher Order Thinking Skills
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gigF8tDjddVBFtIHWin_On3ZQ4QDlSbDTp79Dt32P4E/edit?usp=sharing
What are some uses for a pen?
It can be used to write but are there other
things as well?
Sample Questions: Comprehension
What is a pen?
What does a pen look like?
Sample Questions
If you are able to take apart a pen, what is the function of each part?
What is each part's importance and role in making
the pen able to do the task it is used for?
Sample Questions
Synthesis
(take other knowledge and apply it
to the knowledge that you have)
If you were to write an essay, is the pen the best way to
do this or is there something more efficient to use?
What are the reasons that something might be better?
Sample Questions
(judging the value or making decisions
and supporting those viewpoints)
Sample Questions
Application of Bloom to Learning
Bloom and Goldilocks and the Three Bears
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ydcQ6B9e5XU_4-MAtTbytWge4oHiyeQpOzDmPc3O0Hc/edit?usp=sharing
Domains of Learning
6 categories

each builds upon previous
knowledge
physical skills
attitude
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AtADErrRd78RNb842Y4Zz_1fkIo0oDKmhc5_OR92Q2M/edit?usp=sharing
Evolution of Bloom's Taxonomy
Inquiry Blackjack
Write, Swap, React
If dried grapes are called raisins, and dried beef is called beef jerky, what would you call these items if they were dried:
lemons
pineapple
watermelon
chicken
Define the word “squallizmotex." Explain how your definition fits the word.
requires that something is
done
with the facts
understand them
connect them to each other
categorize them
manipulate them
put them together in new or novel ways
apply them while seeking new solutions to new problems

critical thinking
: evaluating or judging ideas, concepts, people and forming your own opinion about them
schema
: clusters of information about specific objects, situations or people
cognition
: the ways in which information is processed
attended to
recognized
encoded
stored in memory
retrieved from storage
use information

metacognition
knowledge of the cognitive operations
how cognitive operations might best be used to achieve learning goal
two basic processes that occur simultaneously
monitoring your progress as you learn
making changes/adapting strategies if not doing well
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