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New Blooms Taxonomy

Although the "new" may have worn off a bit, it is always valuable to have a resource revisited when we work to transform education. This very short video link will reinforce the parallel matrix of terms below.

http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/new-bloom-s/386861/?ref=app


Verbs from Bloom's Taxonomy
New Version
Old Version
Remembering
Define
Knowledge
List
Duplicate
Name
List
Identify
Memorize
Show
Recall
Define
Repeat
Recognize
Reproduce
Recall
State
State
Understanding
Classify
Comprehension
Summarize
Describe
Explain
Discuss
Interpret
Explain
Describe
Identify
Compare
Locate
Paraphrase
Recognize
Differentiate
Report
Demonstrate
Select
Visualize
Translate
Restate
Paraphrase
Applying
Choose
Application
Solve
Demonstrate
Illustrate
Dramatize
Calculate
Employ
Use
Illustrate
Interpret
Interpret
Relate
Operate
Manipulate
Schedule
Apply
Sketch
Classify
Solve
Modify
Use
Write
Analyzing
Appraise
Analysis
Analyze
Compare
Organize
Contrast
Deduce
Criticize
Choose
Differentiate
Contrast
Discriminate
Compare
Distinguish
Distinguish
Examine
Experiment
Question
Test
Evaluating
Appraise
Synthesis
Design
Argue
Hypothesize
Defend
Support
Judge
Schematize
Select
Write
Support
Report
Value
Discuss
Evaluate
Plan
Devise
Compare
Create
Construct
Creating
Assemble
Evaluation
Evaluate
Construct
Choose
Create
Estimate
Design
Judge
Develop
Defend
Formulate
Criticize
Write
Justify
New Version: Old Version: web.odu.edu/educ/llschult/blooms_taxonomy.htm edtech.clas.pdx.edu/presentations/frr99/blooms.htm 
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More than a Metaphor

We are more than the sum of our circumstances. E. Matthews
by Tony Waghorn - theeruditefrog
Isn't it interesting that a simple metaphor can evoke a number of ideas within us that moves us, intrigues us, and impacts the way we think? A positive aspect of a common aphorism is that when we consider, even if only for a moment or two, a possible meaning beyond the words, we will realize that our lives were meant to be much more than what we see every day. Circumstances can build, bend, or break a weak spirit, and what's amazing is we have 100% control as to how we allow our present circumstances to impact our future. So the question becomes, 'now that you know that...what are you going to do about it?

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