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Learning and Assessing


This is a variant of Bloom's Taxonomy and the different types of learning we can engage in. Those 6 facets have been cleverly combined with methods for testing, assessing and evaluating whether an individual has achieved competence in a particular field. Whilst orientated to the educational field and not exhaustive this is still a useful aide memoire for anyone involved in training or instruction.

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    Questioning to Bloom's Taxonomy

    Level 1 – Remember – List define, label

    When was this picture taken?

    Where was this picture taken?

    Level 2 – Comprehend – Describe, discuss

    What is happening in the picture?

    Why are the people dressed the way they are?

    Level 3 – Apply – Modify, solve, explain

    How would you describe the situation in a report?

    How would you explain what is happening in the photographs to your family?

    Level 4 – Analyse – Compare and contrast

    Why aren’t the people wearing safety clothing?

    What do you know about their lives based on this photograph?

    Level 5 – Synthesis – Give opinion, criticise, discriminate, summarise

    What is the significance in these photographs for the marine industry?

    Compare these photographs to those taken in a UK shipyard. What are the similarities and differences?

    Level 6 – Evaluate – Create, construct and plan

    What do you think the people in the photographs think about their working conditions?

    How do the people in the photographs see their future? 

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