There are many approaches, strategies, and schools of thought (pun intended!) associated with education, learning, and student success. One framework, Bloom’s taxonomy, is a keystone for many educators who want to build higher-order thinking skills while developing student confidence. In fact, it was developed to provide a common language for teachers and educators to discuss and exchange learning and assessment methods. Keep reading to learn more about Bloom’s taxonomy and how Flocabulary lessons are crafted to follow this tried-and-true method for engaging and empowering students. What is Bloom’s taxonomy? In 1956, a group of educators, including psychologist Benjamin Bloom, came…
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