Alternative Bloom’s, bespoke for different subjects

Alternative Bloom’s


Original
@Xris32
Science
Maths
Creating
Creating
Concluding
Refining
Evaluating
Understanding
Evaluating
Evaluating
Analysing
Evaluating
Analysing
Applying
Applying
Analysing
Using
Recognising
Understanding
Remembering
Remembering
Seeing
Remembering
Parodying
Copying
Looking


A blog post by @xris32 considered Bloom’s and what it might have a form that was less useful for the way he sees English teaching and learning. While I like Bloom’s I have always had problems with it as a taxonomy. It is not an ordered list where the base is used to build the layers upwards. I will not go into why this is but it is quite easy to show it does not work in the way a taxonomy works. As an aside, for me, SOLO is a much more effective taxonomy.

He has a much more detailed exploration of his English Bloom’s.

I thought I would have a god at seeing what happened if I tried to create, top level Bloom’s stuff, a science Bloom’s and a maths one just to see if I could.
I left a column empty to see if you thought there were different lists that would logically apply on different circumstances. Be interested in any thoughts you have.

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