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Bloom's Revised Cognitive Domain - Jen Farr

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K to 12
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Confused about Bloom's Taxonomy and Cognitive Domains? Unsure about developing questions for critical thinking? Click on the links at the bottom of the page (remembering, understanding,...more
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Confused about Bloom's Taxonomy and Cognitive Domains? Unsure about developing questions for critical thinking? Click on the links at the bottom of the page (remembering, understanding, analyzing, applying, evaluating, and creating) to create learning objectives as well as challenges and lessons. On each page, view student and teacher roles, student skills, key words for objectives, and sample questions or assignments. Use the tabs along the top to work within the original domains and categories.

tag(s): blooms taxonomy (9), creativity (109), critical thinking (108)

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Find great question starters and projects for increasing critical thinking and creating higher order projects and activities. Use these question starters for writing assignments or larger projects in any content area to move beyond just knowledge. As you design project-based learning, be sure to visit this site to be sure you are putting the HOTS into student tasks!

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david, TX, Grades: 9 - 12

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