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Learning Domains -- Bloom’s Taxonomy
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Three Domains of Educational Activities Cognitive : mental skills ( Knowledge ) Affective : growth in feelings or emotional areas ( Attitude ) Psychomotor : manual or physical skills ( Skills )
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Cognitive Domain Knowledge : Comprehension : Application : Analysis : Synthesis : Evaluation :
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Affective Domain Receiving Phenomena : Responding to Phenomena : Valuing : Organization : Internalizing values (characterization):
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Psychomotor Domain Perception : Set : Guided Response : Mechanism : Complex Overt Response : Adaptation : Origination :
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Other Psychomotor Domains
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Unformatted text preview: -- Dave’s • Imitation: • Manipulation: • Precision: • Articulation: • Naturalization: Dave, R. H. (1975). Developing and Writing Behavioural Objectives. (R J Armstrong, ed.) Educational Innovators Press. Other Psychomotor Domains -- Harrow’s • Involuntary movement - • Fundamental movements - • Perception - • Physical abilities - • Skilled movements - • No discursive communication -Harrow, A. (1972) A taxonomy of psychomotor domain -- a guide for developing behavioral objectives. New York: David McKay....
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