Bloom’s Taxonomy

It is not a new concept in education or professional training. The taxonomy was developed in late 40s and then revised in 2001. It is widely used in education to map and align learning objectives, outcomes, and assessment to make sure outcomes have been achieved. And a very useful framework to think about learning.  What’s great, there are many resources available which suggest what technologies might be used to facilitate student learning and achievement of outcomes. Let’s start exploring!