Bloom’s Taxonomy: Application of Theory to e-learning

ID: 37558 Type: Best Practices Session
  1. Jodi Senk, Pepperdine University, United States

Tuesday, October 9 4:20-4:40 PM Location: Salon 3 View on map

Presider: Renee Robinson, Saint Xavier University, United States

Abstract: Due to technological advances and the need for increased access to education, e-learning has grown tremendously in the last decade. As a result, there has been much emphasis on quality online education implementation and the incorporation of traditional theory into learning. Bloom’s Taxonomy has been utilized for decades in the traditional classroom setting to promote learning, and has also been examined for its use in e-learning. Using the three domains of Bloom’s Taxonomy, in collaboration with multiple online teaching tools, the learner may have more support, increased access, and a larger amount of information to cultivate the creation of knowledge and enhance learning.


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