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What is Bloom Taxonomy

Handbook of Research on Applied E-Learning in Engineering and Architecture Education
Is a classification system used to define and distinguish different levels of human cognition - i.e., thinking, learning, and understanding.
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Teaching and Learning Requirements Engineering Based on Mobile Devices and Cloud: A Case Study
Fernando Moreira (Universidade Portucalense, Portugal) and Maria João Ferreira (Universidade Portucalense, Portugal & Centro Algoritmi, Universidade do Minho, Portugal)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-8803-2.ch012
Organizations have suffered a large (r)evolution at social, economic and technological levels. The increasing number of mobile devices on day-to-day of the general population and particularly among youth people, leads to the emergence of new paradigms in several areas of activity, particularly in education. As an example of a new paradigm in teaching and learning process, mobile learning supported by cloud environments and Bloom's taxonomy could be appointed. In this paper and in the context of a course of 1st cycle, following the guidelines of courses in Information Systems provided by ACM / AIS, it is proposed the use of Google tools, aligned with Bloom's taxonomy, the model Blended Mobile Learning-Context Oriented in a Requirements Engineering course.
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Informatics Education Enhanced by Problem-Based Learning Model via E-Learning: Experience From BSU Project at SUA
It is widely used in higher education for formulating learning outcomes ( table 5 ). In this study, the taxonomy for the cognitive domain of knowledge has been included, although the taxonomy does include also the domains of psychomotor skills and affective attitude as well. The latter two domain taxonomies are not as widely used in higher education as the cognitive domain taxonomy. The original taxonomy, developed in 1956 was revised in 2001 to better conform to an outcomes-based education approach.
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