27 Sep
2016

Bloom’s taxonomy (as it has become) is a way of classifying educational objectives created by the educational scholar, Benjamin Bloom. This significant contribution came through his 1956 book “Taxonomy of Educational Objectives.” Krathwohl revised this taxonomy in 2002 and it is one of the main structures used for curriculum development. Watch the video below as we look to understand bloom’s taxonomy and apply it to common online learning activities.

Download the accompanying Bloom’s Question Stems here: blooms-taxonomy-question-stems-jason-johnston

Download the presentation slides in PDF here: blooms-taxonomy-and-e-learning-presentation-jason-johnston

Jason Johnston

jasonpauljohnston@uky.edu