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New Blooms Taxonomy Plus Digital

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Bloom’s Taxonomy: Sample Task Prompts and Digital Tools Bloom’s taxonomy was first developed in the 1950’s

and revised in the 1990’s as a way to classify different cognitive tasks. Remembering is at the lower end of the hierarchy, with complexity building through understanding, applying, analyzing, and evaluating, to culminate in creating. These categories can be useful tools in planning effective instruction that challenges students to move from basic skills such as memorization to higher order cognitive tasks such as composing, designing, or integrating information.

Remembering: The student must recall or recognize information: facts, definitions, generalizations, values,
and skills. Acquire Cluster Define Describe (from memory) Identify List Match Examples: Objective: Test question: Name/Label Observe Outline/Format Given Read Recall Repeat Recognize Record Recount Reproduce Sort Write

Participants will be able to define five leadership styles. List the five leadership styles covered in class and provide a thorough definition of each.

Digital Tools: Bullet pointing, highlighting, bookmarking, social networking, social bookmarking, searching, “googling”

Understanding: The student changes information into words or symbols of his/her own, such as pictures,
graphs, charts, maps, models, poems, outlines, summaries, detailed statements, technical statements, or lay language. The student also is able to discover relationships among facts, generalizations, definitions, values, and skills. The relationships may be cause-effect, comparative, or a theory and the supporting evidence. A value, skill, or definition may be related to an example of its use. Associate Conclude Discuss Document Explain Express Examples: Objective: Test question: Extend Generalize Give Examples Give In Own Words Infer Interpret Paraphrase Rearrange Restate Summarize

Participants will be able to summarize, state in their own words, and give examples, indicating the importance of worldview in leadership development. The worldview(s) of both leaders and followers has an effect on leadership. Explain this effect, and give examples that support your rationale.

Digital Tools: Advanced searching, Boolean searching, blogging, journaling, twittering, categorizing and tagging, commenting, annotating, subscribing

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uploading. relate the leadership development needs you detect. Based on the following scenario. loading. right or wrong. editing Analyzing: The student is involved in the breakdown of the communication into parts so the parts and the relationship between the parts or ideas is made explicit. categorize them according to leadership style. 2 . Digital Tools: Mashing. executing. linking. operating. and Jennifer conduct themselves as leaders within their organizations. There are two steps required: set up appropriate standards or values and determine how closely the idea or object meets the standards. and apply them in real life situations. sharing. It provides for the transfer of training into real life. develop appropriate programs to address those needs. reverse-engineering. Steve. Apply Change Choose Classify Demonstrate Develop Discover Dramatize Examples: Objective: Test question: Hypothesize Illustrate Imitate Manipulate Modify Organize Predict Prepare Produce Relate Restructure Sequence Select Show Solve Use Participants will be able to discover the leadership development needs of organizations. Given the following descriptions of how Martina. Compare their styles. Illustrate how you would implement the program. Digital Tools: Running. and point out strengths and weaknesses in each. validating. tagging Evaluating: A student makes a judgment of good or bad. Develop a program to meet those needs. Analyze Break Down Categorize Compare Contrast Examples: Objective: Test question: Depict Diagram Discriminate Distinguish Map Outline Point Out Relate To Research Separate Participants will be able to distinguish between various leadership styles. playing. Competent evaluation will require good analysis. so the student can solve the problem in the light of conscious knowledge of the parts. downloading. or useful or useless according to standards he or she designates. mind-mapping. It should clarify the communication or problem and indicate how it is organized.Applying: The student solves a lifelike problem that requires the identification of the issue and the selection and use of appropriate generalizations and skills. cracking.

chatting. Digital Tools: Blog and/or vlog commenting. evaluate him as a leader. Assess his strengths and weaknesses. collaborating. reviewing. pattern. net meeting. directing/producing. texting. reflecting. contributing. videocasting. Based on your knowledge of President George Bush. posting. videoconferencing. wiki-ing. blogging. networking. and elements. generate a specific plan to modify the institution’s leadership to enhance its goal of producing civic leaders. moderating.Appraise Argue Assess Compare Convince Decide Determine Examples: Objective: Test question: Discriminate Evaluate Grade Judge Persuade Prioritize/Rank Rate Recommend Select Support Test Value Verify Participants will be able to evaluate the effectiveness of leaders. lesson plans. and sermons. networking. Some book reports and summaries reflect the use of synthetic skills as well as research papers. commenting. moderating. From your understanding of leadership development. creating or building mashups Digital collaborations can take the form of: collaborating. twittering. Adapt Combine Compile Compose Conjecture Construct Create Design Devise Examples: Objective: Test question: Dramatize Generate Imagine Integrate Invent Modify Originate Plan Produce Propose Rearrange Reconstruct Reverse Revise Speculate Synthesize Transform Transmit Participants will be able to construct leadership development proposals for service organisations. questioning. alphatesting. parts. podcasting. publishing. negotiating. animating. wiki-ing. IMing 3 . remixing. It represents the combining of elements and parts so that they form a whole. mixing. emailing. They are arranged so as to constitute a solution. and make recommendations concerning how he might improve his leadership. reviewing. beta-testing. skyping. video blogging. filming. debating. or structure not clearly present before he began. Imagine yourself the Provost of Anytown Institute of Technology. Analysis is a prerequisite since this operation involves the process of working with pieces. validating information Creating: The student solves a problem that requires original creative thinking (at least new to him/her). Digital Tools: Programming. posting.

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