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How to Create Course Objectives Using Bloom's Taxonomy

How to Create Course Objectives Using Bloom’s Taxonomy
Janie Sullivan

There are six levels of thinking, according to Benjamin Bloom, who developed the concept of higher order thinking levels in 1956. Those levels (lowest to highest) are Knowledge, Comprehension, Application, Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation. Each level of thinking should be considered when creating the learning objectives or outcomes of a course.

A course objective is what the student should be able to do upon completion of the course. A good objective will match the academic level of the course and will clearly state what is expected of the student.

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Link: http://www.ehow.com/how_4646973_course-objectives-using-blooms-taxonomy.html

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