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Day 2 activities
HELEN22Дата: Среда, 03.02.2016, 19:37 | Сообщение # 1
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Day 2 activities

С уважением, Елена Владимировна
 
mamontenok2030Дата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 13:25 | Сообщение # 2
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In Day 1, you explored the meaning of assessment as well as types of assessment.
In the video, Bill Moore equated assessment with learning, shift from
traditional focus on assessment for the purpose of measuring performance at a
given point in time.


Day 2.
When writing teaching objectives, it is important to be able to state clearly what
we want our students to be able to do. Towards that goal, Mary Forehand presents a
 revisedversion of Bloom's Taxonomy of learning. Attachment is below.WCURevised Bloom's Verbs Matrix: This table presents tools for writing teaching objectives: verbs, activities, andproducts. Attachment is below.

To do list:
1.      There are two required reading at Day 2:
Revised version of Bloom’s Taxonomy;
WCU Revised Bloom's Verbs Matrix.
2.      Write your opinion on those questions in 75-150 words.Did you know about Bloom’s Taxonomy before?Were you familiar with Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy? How does Bloom’s Taxonomy connected to assessment?


Deadline for this assignment is 02/06/2016, 12 a.m. (Astana time, please check time difference with your local time)

FRIENDLY REMIND: PLEASE WRITE NO MORE THAN 75-150 WORDS FOR THE ASSIGNMENT

Прикрепления: WCU_Revised_Blo.doc(36Kb)


Касенова Альбина Бакытбековна

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mamontenok2030Дата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 13:34 | Сообщение # 3
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Revised Bloom's Taxonomy
Прикрепления: Revised_Bloom-s.pdf(208Kb)


Касенова Альбина Бакытбековна
 
yesewellДата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 15:56 | Сообщение # 4
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I've never heard about Bloom’s Taxonomy but we have simillar tables in our everyday schooling life which weare kindly asked to fill in. Revised Blooms Taxonomy provides our students with helpfull hands, so they can  organise  potential activities.There are six levels to Bloom's Taxonomy: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.Usually teachers write their assessments in the lowest two levels of the taxonomy.  This will  not show whether the students have truly integrated the new knowledge. When all six levels are used  to create an assessment based  on the levels of Bloom's Taxonomy we can get better result.

С уважением, Сьюэлл Юлия Львовна
 
Uliana_8787Дата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 17:37 | Сообщение # 5
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Day 2 assignment[/size]
    [size=12]The educational system nowadays is changing all the time.There are new methods and new ideas. I think for the first time I heard about
Bloom’s Taxonomy two years ago during one of the online courses for teachers.
It is really helpful in terms of showing the thinking levels and the way how to
reach the highest one.
 
    I have never heard about the Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy though.I have to say it looks really useful. The WCU Revised Bloom's Verbs Matrix is absolutely  great. It gives very clear instructions on how to write teaching objectives sothat we know what to do, what materials to give students and what activities to
offer to reach the certain level of thinking.

    Bloom’s Taxonomy is closely connected to the  assessment as we as teachers have to assess students’ everyday progress andgive appropriate feedback to help them reach the upper thinking levels. 

Шуман Ульяна Павловна


Шуман Ульяна Павловна
 
ГалинаДата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 18:46 | Сообщение # 6
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I've never heard about Bloom’s Taxonomy,too. I read an article and I think it allows you to select the most effective
methods and forms of work and argue them if necessary. Bloom's technology
allows very precisely formulated tasks and problems to avoid generic terms such
as "formation" and so on. A well-defined goal, respectively, allows
to optimize the performance and ensures its success. So Bloom's taxonomy
provides a ready-made structure and list of verbs (action-issues), it helps to
identify certain learning objectives. People do not learn by just sitting in a
classroom and listening to the teacher, remembering prepared assignments and
giving ready-made answers. They must talk about what they are learning and what
they have learned, to write about it, relate it to past experiences and apply
learned in everyday life.


Дашкеева Галина Степановна
 
DnataДата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 19:29 | Сообщение # 7
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Never encountered the topic in my practice. But I know that Bloom's Taxonomy is considered to be a significant topic in the field of education. It is a classification of tasks set by the teachers and pupils, and consequently learning objectives. Educational objectives are divided into three spheres: cognitive, affective and psychomotor. These areas can be roughly described by the words "know", "feel" and "do." I think it's practically useful, as the training should be based on these three areas.Bloom's Taxonomy specifies the objectives and thus simplify the teacher's work. Based on this set, the teacher can build the learning process as a sequential testing of its elements.

Наталья Николаевна Драгон
 
fokina33Дата: Пятница, 05.02.2016, 21:54 | Сообщение # 8
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I heard,read about Bloom’s Taxonomy. I use it in my own teaching “for defining what my
students learn at the assignment.” It talks about the level of the skills from
lower to higher. We must drive our students’ learning, develop their skills. At
my lessons I give my students tasks to get knowledge and remember it, they
answer my questions or their classmates’ questions to check their knowledge, they
do some exercises to apply their knowledge, they analyze, give  evaluation, create their own product (for
example  make up dialogues, write essay ,
create a pamphlet, write short songs). They and I see their progress. The
students can assess their knowledge according to the criteria which I write
according to  Bloom’s taxonomy. They see
what must they know, where they can use their knowledge. Using tasks according
to Bloom’s taxonomy we show  to our
learners that the knowledge they get is necessary.


Светлана Николаевна Фокина
 
Antonina1817Дата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 05:50 | Сообщение # 9
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By the nature of my work activity, Ivisited a lot of open classes. In the last school year, I visited the Russian
language lesson, the teacher who had leveled courses, and there the first time
I saw the usage of Bloom's method in the procedure of assessment of students’
achievement in the classroom. I know that this method significantlyhelps the teacher and students to point the exactly purpose of training in the
classroom, and the main just on the purpose depends the assessment. if the teacher can properly use thismethod his students can independently track their level of achievement in the
classroom. In my lessons, I use only the first 3stages: remembering , understanding and applying, I break it into the criteria
of successI know...I understand...I can use ...After examining Albina’s  table ”Verbs and potential activities andproducts” I  have an envision of the
usage of Bloom's Taxonomy in the classroom, at least I can define the actions
of students in the assessment of their results, the most important to point the
goal correctly


Шаштаулетова Антонина Адамовна
 
M@ryДата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 06:46 | Сообщение # 10
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I haveheard and read a lot of information about Bloom's Taxonomy.  And I know that the original Bloom's Taxonomyis the pyramid. Bloom's Taxonomy is a ladder and comprises six categories of
critical thinking. At the bottom of Bloom’s Taxonomy is knowledge which belongs
to the lowest level of cognition; at the top of the pyramid is evaluation, the
highest level of cognition. Using Bloom's Taxonomy at the lessons, teacher can
assess students, using formative and summative assessments and students can
reflect on their process. Bloom's Taxonomy can finally be used to identify
which classroom assessment techniques are most appropriate for measuring goals.


Досумова Майра Мухамеджановна
 
mukeykДата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 07:14 | Сообщение # 11
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I`ve heard aboutBloom`s taxonomy two years ago. My colleagueused it in the procedure of assessment of her pupils. Then I found some
information in Internet.Since the workwas produced by higher education, the words tend to be a little bigger than we
normally use. Domains may be thought of as categories. Instructional designers,
trainers, and educators often refer to these three categories as Knowledge,
Skills, Attitudes. During the lesson I give tasks, pupils get knowledge,
remember, asking and answering the questions of each other they check their
knowledge. Applying  and analyzing theycan create their own new ideas. All six stages are important and of course I do
my best to use Bloom`s taxonomy. This taxonomy of learning behaviors may be
thought of as the goals of the learning process.


Мукей Карлыга Аманжоловна
Саумалкольская казахская средняя школа
Айыртауский район Северо-Казахстанская область
 
maraldossДата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 07:42 | Сообщение # 12
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I heard about Bloom’s Taxonomy by visiting seminar forteachers. Bloom’s revised taxonomy provides a way to organize thinking skills
into six levels, from the most basic (remembering and understanding) to the
more complex levels of thinking (evaluating and creating). The taxonomy can be
useful and helpful as you develop assessment by matching learning objectives at
any given level of mastery. Bloom’s Taxonomy and the words associated with its
different categories are extraordinarily powerful instructional planning tools


Досумова Марал Мухамеджановна
 
nataly0703Дата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 08:18 | Сообщение # 13
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I've nerver heard any information about Bloom's Taxonomy before. Comparing the goals set in the curriculum, with  possible results, teachers can determine the types of assignments and additional objectives for inclusion in its curriculum. taxonomyis an effective tool for analyzingthe impact of the trainingondeveloping children'sabilitiesofmemorizing, understanding and problem solving. I think that, Bloom's taxonomy requires serious and careful study, and its application in teaching practice and special training.. However, the elements of this system can be used in our daily work.
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Дохтуркина Наталья Анатольевна


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elenaVRUДата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 10:57 | Сообщение # 14
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I’ve never heard about Bloom’s Taxonomy before, but this table is similar to our learning
process. We also set tasks with different levels which are focused on getting
of specific subject knowledge and directed to certain group of students.
According to new Federal Educational Standard there are“levels of subject assessment” (from
low assessment to very high assessment), where is clear described a complex of
knowledge (from basic knowledge to high knowledge) and marks. We do not only
plans, but the tables (specifications) with description of knowledge and skills which students
are going to get during the lesson, module or course). This Taxonomy can be useful
for these goals. It has specific structure of knowledge allocation and  understanding of cogitative process.
I think thisTaxonomy can help teachers to create their own system of achieving better results and improving assimilation of knowledge, and of course, system of assessment.


Врублевская Елена Александровна

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JuliaKarabanДата: Суббота, 06.02.2016, 12:10 | Сообщение # 15
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I have never heard about Bloom's Taxonomy before. I haven't been familiar with Revised Bloom's Taxonomy either. 
As I understand it now, both original and revised Bloom's taxonomies are closely connected with the process of learning. They show all the process from the very beginning (the the low stage) to the end of it (the top stage or the result).It reminds me steps or instructions for teachers and learners. 
The difference between taxonomies is that in original form evaluation (assessment) was the goal but in the revised one it is just a part of the process of learning (and teaching).
My conclusion is Bloom's Taxonomy shows the place and necessity of assessment in a learning-teaching process.


Юлия Владимировна Карабан
 
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