Teaching with the New Bloom’s Taxonomy

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Bloom’s Taxonomy was developed in the 1950s and is still used today to categorize ways of learning and thinking in a hierarchical structure. A revised model was developed in the 1990s to better fit educational practices of the 21st century. Learn how you can employ the revised Bloom’s Taxonomy to help plan effective instruction and challenge students to move from the most basic skills (remembering) to more complex learning which leads to higher order thinking (creating).

Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Workshop Evaluation

Blooms Revised Taxonomy Workshop PowerPoint Presentation

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

Bloom’s Levels and Examples

Bloom’s Levels and Outcomes

Helpful Hundred Verbs

Knowledge Dimensions

Original VS Revised Half Sheet

Question Stems