Teaching with the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy
Bloom’s taxonomy was developed in the 1950’s and is still used today to categorize ways of learning and thinking in a hierarchical structure. A revised model was developed in the 1990’s to better fit educational practices of the 21st century. Learn how you can employ the revised Bloom’s taxonomy to help plan effective instruction and challenge students to move from the most basic skills (remembering) to more complex learning which leads to higher order thinking (creating). Bring a list of instructional goals and objectives to the workshop.
These resources are supplementary to the workshop entitled, "Teaching with the Revised Bloom's Taxonomy" offered by the Faculty Development and Instructional Design Center of NIU. Click here to view a listing of current programs.
- Workshop Presentation [PPTX]
- Original Vs. Revised [Word]
- Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Planning Sheet [Word]
- Half Sheet Handout [Word]
- Question Stems [Word]
- Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy Map [Word]
- The Helpful Hundred – Planning for Instruction [Word]
Last Updated: 7/21/2014