BLOOM's Taxonomy - WordPress.com

BLOOM's Taxonomy - WordPress.com

BLOOMs Taxonomy Parent Information Session: Monday 23rd April 2018 Who is Benjamin Bloom? American Educational Psychologist

Created Blooms Taxonomy in 1956 to promote Higher Order Thinking in education Contributed towards research in Mastery Learning - pupils are taught at their level of proficiency - Pupils are assessed

- Pupils given more opportunities to master the learning or given more challenging tasks - Focus on process not content What is Blooms Taxonomy?

Taxonomy: Classification Blooms classifies ways of thinking from lower order to more difficult, higher order skills

These terms were updated in the 1990s Creating Evaluating Analysing

Applying Understanding Rememberi ng

Classification Terms Creating Evaluating

Analysing Applying Understanding Remembering

Creating Evaluating Analysing Applying Understanding

Remembering Activity Take 2 minutes. Write down 2 questions to ask someone

about the story of Beauty and the Beast. Activity Nowuse the question sheet to reflect on the level of thinking

required for each question you created. How do we use it in the classroom? As part of Active Learning

As part of play As part of Guided Reading Differentiation All Curricular Areas for feedback linked to Learning Intentions and Success Criteria (Mid-lesson and plenary)

Encouraging young people to think, question, reflect and work together Teachers planning questioning before lessons and for Assessment Skills for Learning: Blooms Taxonomy

How does it link to the curriculum? Used to inform the Experiences and Outcomes in Curriculum for Excellence

STEM Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills for learning, life and work Debating Skills Digital Learning

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqgTBwElPzU How does it link to the curriculum? Higher Order Thinking Skills encourage:

Mastery of basic skills of literacy and numeracy Ability to work with others Ability to cope with change Well developed verbal skills Decision-making and problem solving skills

Source: https://teachonline.asu.edu/2016/05/integrating-t echnology-blooms-taxonomy

It is important that all learners are given appropriate opportunities to develop their thinking skills. These skills can be developed across a range of contexts including through more practical or

applied learning opportunities Curriculum for Excellence: Building the Curriculum 4: skills for learning, skills for life and skills for work, Page 8 Example of progression

Curriculum for Excellence: Experiences and Outcomes for Literacy w can this be used at home? Discussing stories being read

Reflecting on the school day Questioning through play instead of directing play Use of Digital Technology

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