Principles of Teaching

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Principles of Teaching
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  1. Five Levels of the Affective Domain:
    • 1. Recieving
    • 2. Responding
    • 3. Valuing
    • 4. Organizing
    • 5. Characterization
  2. Receiving:
    First level of affective domain
  3. The highest level of the affective domain that a learner can achieve:
    Valuing
  4. Levels of __ __ progress toward attitude development.
    Affective Domain.
  5. Developed by B. Bloom, who led a team of six educators to formulate 6 levels of learning in the Cognitive Domain.
    Bloom's Taxonomy
  6. Six Levels of Cognitive Domain:
    • 6) Creating
    • 5) Evaluating
    • 4) Analyzing
    • 3) Applying
    • 2) Understanding
    • 1) Remembering
  7. What is the primary learning outcome for "knowledge"?
    Remembering
  8. What are the Primary Learning Outcome for "understanding"?
    • Understanding
    • Applying
    • Analyzing
    • Evaluating
    • Creating
  9. What is the lowest level of learning in the Cognitive Domain?
    Remembering
  10. 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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