LIU Lecture 3 M&Ev.pptx - TAXANOMY OF EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES \u2022 Benjamin Bloom et al classified all educational objectives into three namely


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TAXANOMY OF EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES Benjamin Bloom et al classified all educational objectives into three, namely: cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains. Cognitive domain involves remembering previously learnt matter. Affective domain relates to interests, appreciation, attitudes and values. Psychomotor domain deals with motor and manipulative skills. The focus of Assessment is on these three domains of educational objectives.
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Taxonomy of educational objectives The main areas of each domain are delineated below: Bloom’s Cognitive Domain 1.0.0 Knowledge of specifics 1.1.1 Knowledge of terminology 1.1.2 Knowledge of specific facts. 1.2.0 Knowledge of Ways and Means of Dealing with specifics 1.2.2 Knowledge of trends and sequences. 1.2.3 Knowledge of classification and categories 1.2.4 Knowledge of criteria 1.2.5 Knowledge of methodology 1.3.0 Knowledge of universal and abstractions 1.3.1 Knowledge of Principles and Generalizations. 1.3.2 Knowledge of Theories and Structures.
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Taxonomy of educational objectives 2.0.0 Comprehension 2.1.0 Translation 2.2.0 Interpretation 2.3.0 Explanation 3.0 Application 4.0.0 Analysis 4.1.0 Analysis of Elements 4.2.0 Analysis of Relationships 4.3.0 Analysis of Organizational principles
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Taxonomy of educational objectives 5.0.0 Synthesis 5.1.0 Production of a unique communication. 5.2.0 Production of a plan or proposed set of operations. 6.0.0 Evaluation 6.1.0 Judgement in terms of internal evidence 6.2.0 Judgement in terms of External Criteria.
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Stages in Assessment Practice (i) Understand and state the instructional outcomes you wish to assess.
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