How to use Bloom's Taxonomy in the classroom
How to Use Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Classroom: The Complete Guide is your one-stop shop for improving the quality of the lessons, questions, activities and assessments you plan. Never before has there been such a detailed, practical analysis of the taxonomy – of how it works, why it works and how you can use it to raise achievement in your classroom. Packed with ideas, activities, strategies and techniques, the book unpicks the taxonomy level-by-level, giving you everything you need to master using it in your day-to-day practice. Written with the busy teacher in mind, How to Use Bloom’s Taxonomy in the Classroom examines the tool every teacher knows about by answering all the questions you were afraid to ask! Topics covered include: What is the taxonomy and how does it work?; Knowledge and Comprehension; Application and Analysis; Synthesis and Evaluation; Objectives and Outcomes; Activities and Products; Questioning; Stretch and Challenge; and Assessment. All in all, the book is a must-have for any teacher looking to raise achievement, develop their planning and stretch and challenge the thinking of their students. Written by expert teacher, trainer and author Mike Gershon, the book will enhance your skills, giving you everything you need to improve your practice and support your learners.
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