Principles of Teaching
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Five Levels of the Affective Domain:
- 1. Recieving
- 2. Responding
- 3. Valuing
- 4. Organizing
- 5. Characterization
First level of affective domain
The highest level of the affective domain that a learner can achieve:
Levels of __ __ progress toward attitude development.
Developed by B. Bloom, who led a team of six educators to formulate 6 levels of learning in the Cognitive Domain.
Six Levels of Cognitive Domain:
- 6) Creating
- 5) Evaluating
- 4) Analyzing
- 3) Applying
- 2) Understanding
- 1) Remembering
What is the primary learning outcome for "knowledge"?
What are the Primary Learning Outcome for "understanding"?
What is the lowest level of learning in the Cognitive Domain?
Four characteristics of a goal:
- 1)Relatively broad
- 2)Written in the terms of the pupil.
- 3)Specifies the kind of learning which should be achieved (PLO)
- 4)State the subject in a chewable bite. Don't be too wordy.
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