A conceptual framework for educational objectives: a holistic approach to traditional taxonomies
A Conceptual Framework for Educational Objectives introduces a framework for holistic learning that restructures the traditional taxonomies of the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains while unifying them and reducing the number of categories and subcategories with a new behavioral domain.
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1.0 Receiving 2.0 Comprehension 2.0 Responding 3.0 Application 3.0 Valuing 4.0 Evaluation 5.0 Synthesis abilities and skills acculturated Acquiescing activity affective domain analysis analyze Applicable test descriptors Behaving behavioral domain Bloom categories and subcategories classification of educational classroom cognitive domain cognitive objectives comply components composite conceptual framework conformation constructivism Continuum curriculum defined demonstrate descriptive domain objectives Educational Objectives example Extrapolation facilitate feelings gerund nouns given context Hauenstein hierarchy hypotheses ideas identify Implies prior information/content inputs instructional system integrate intellectual abilities Knowledge Truth Krathwohl learner learning experiences means a disposition mutually exclusive observe Ohm's law one's outcomes perception performance phenomena prerequisite prescriptive information/content prescriptive knowledge problem or situation process objectives psychomotor domain Psychomotor learning redefined taxonomy relation response simulation stimuli subject matter Summary of Taxonomic symbolic knowledge Table taxonomic criteria Taxonomic Rule Violations Taxonomy of Educational teachers teaching technological information/content Technological knowledge values and beliefs vector