Talk:Unit One Blooms Taxonomy in Social Studies

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Blooms Taxonomy in Social Studies -- Bzalewski (talk) 12:49, 13 April 2020 (EDT)

As a way to establish lines of communication as well as create an interactive learning community we are going to use this page as a place of discussion. There will be two formal discussions, one at the beginning of unit 1 and one at the end of unit 3, and these will help to introduce as well as conclude our learning experience. The goal of Bloom's Taxonomy is to encourage higher-order thought in their students by building up from lower-level cognitive skills. This discussion will look to do very much the same with the unit 1 questions building to the unit 3 question so you can demonstrate your learning and the skills you have developed.

Unit 1

  • What is the difference between higher and lower level cognitive skills?
  • Summarize and share effective assessment tools you would use in a social studies classroom.