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TAXONOMY OF EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES. AGSC 402. Our Objectives Today…. List and describe the three domains of learning List and provide an example of the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Descartes Moment. What do you know about the three domains of learning?

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our objectives today
Our Objectives Today….
  • List and describe the three domains of learning
  • List and provide an example of the levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy
descartes moment
Descartes Moment
  • What do you know about the three domains of learning?
  • What do you know about Bloom’s Taxonomy?
  • Where will WE use this information later?
the three domains
The Three DOMAINS

Affective

Psychomotor

Cognitive

the three domains1
The Three DOMAINS

Affective

Psychomotor

Cognitive

affective domian
AFFECTIVE DOMIAN
  • EMOTIONAL LEARNING: FEELING –

Concerned with attitudes, appreciations, interests, values and adjustments.

psychomotor domain
PSYCHOMOTOR DOMAIN
  • PHYSICAL LEARNING: DOING -

Emphasizes speed, accuracy, dexterity, and physical skills.

cognitive domain
COGNITIVE DOMAIN
  • RATIONAL LEARNING: THINKING-

Emphasis upon knowledge, using the mind, and intellectual abilities.

cognitive domain1
COGNITIVE DOMAIN
  • Often referred to as Instructional or Behavioral Objectives that begin with VERBS (refer to handout).
  • What we know as Bloom’s Taxonomy
bloom s taxonomy of educational objectives
BLOOM’S TAXONOMY OF EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
  • COGNITIVE DOMAIN
  • What do you think of when you hear the word Taxonomy?
  • What is a Taxonomy?
    • Biology Class Taught us:

Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species, Variety

bloom s taxonomy
BLOOM’S TAXONOMY
  • Behaviors are taught to be cumulative, going from simple to more complex mental behaviors.
cognitive domain2
COGNITIVE DOMAIN
  • Bloom’s Taxonomy is an order of learning with six levels.

Evaluation

Synthesis

Analysis

Application

Comprehension

Knowledge

1 knowledge
1. KNOWLEDGE
  • Recalling, Remembering, and Recognizing.
  • Emphasizing facts, information, and specifics. Involves remembering material in form very close to how it was originally presented.
  • Depends upon memorizing or identifying facts without asking beyond.
2 comprehension
2. COMPREHENSION
  • Describing and Explaining
  • Grasping the meaning and intent of the material.
  • Deals with content and involves ability to understand what is being communicated.
3 application
3. APPLICATION
  • Applying Information
  • Using what is remembered and comprehended.
  • Applies learning to real life, new, and/or concrete situations.
  • It is ability to use knowledge and learned material in meaningful ways.
4 analysis
4. ANALYSIS
  • Reasoning
  • Breaking material into parts and determining the relationships of these parts to each other and to thewhole.
4 analysis1
4. ANALYSIS
  • Analyzing Relationships
  • Taking one portion or piece at a time to clarify the overall idea.
5 synthesis
5. SYNTHESIS
  • Creating
  • Putting together parts and elements into a new form.
  • Organizing ideas into new patterns and putting materials together in a structure which was not there before.
6 evaluation
6. EVALUATION
  • Evaluating
  • Judging the values of ideas, methods, materials, procedures, and solutions by developing and/or using appropriate criteria.
think pair share
Think, Pair, Share
  • Find a partner
  • Come up with a topic you will likely teach to a freshman ag class, Principles of AFNR
  • Write one cognitive activity you would like students to master when teaching the topic
  • Use the list of verbs from Bloom’s taxonomy to help you
the three domains2
The Three DOMAINS

Affective

Psychomotor

Cognitive

the three domains3
The Three DOMAINS

Affective

Psychomotor

Cognitive

what are the six levels of blooms taxonomy
What are the six levels of Blooms Taxonomy

Evaluation

Synthesis

Analysis

Application

Comprehension

Knowledge

look at the verbs
Look at the Verbs!

Appraise, Defend, Judge

Evaluation

Construct, Create, Design

Synthesis

Compare, Contrast, Analyze

Analysis

Apply, Choose, Write

Application

Classify, Describe, Discuss

Comprehension

Arrange, Define, List

Knowledge

summary
Summary
  • We will use what we learned today for lesson planning and objective writing
  • FAST Meeting on Thursday—7:30 p.m. AGLS 115
  • Next time—No Class on Friday!
  • Effective Teacher Paper (posted to your website by Monday, Feb 3rd)
  • Be prepared to provide the name of the school/teacher where you will present your lesson