BLOOM IS NOT A MODEL OF LEARNING BLOOM IS NOT A MODEL OF LEARNING BLOOM IS NOT A MODEL OF LEARNING sorry I feel better now
For comparison, I also teach bloom to students, but firmly in the context of assessment literacy, not epistemology: https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/rattusscholasticus.wordpress.com/2018/10/08/blooms-taxonomy-in-learning-development/amp/
Bloom’s Taxonomy in Learning Development
Another post in my series re-visiting educational theory from my PGCE in the context of LD work! But this time, there’s one theory in particular from my teacher training which has stuck with …https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/rattusscholasticus.wordpress.com/2018/10/08/blooms-taxonomy-in-learning-development/amp/
And also this explanation of Bloom, for students:
Since this topic keeps popping up, Bloom isn’t a teaching framework either. Its a *taxonomy*. It’s like buying a ruler to measure things, and then making everything 30cm because that’s how long the ruler is.
Bloom might not be a good taxonomy, we can discuss that, but we can’t misuse or critique it for things it was never designed to do. Drives me nuts.