Scaffolding learning and maximising engagement out of class

Since 1956, Bloom’s taxonomy has been a foundational concept for learning and teaching. Yet most of us today associate Bloom’s taxonomy with the sometimes tedious task of writing learning outcomes.

In this recording, Dr Lincoln Gomes and Anselm Paul demonstrate how Bloom’s taxonomy can be used to design lessons that will engage your learners. They also show how Bloom’s taxonomy can be used to make sense of ‘flipped’ learning.

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