Tip #588: An Infographic of Bloom’s Taxonomy

Pictures help you to form the mental mold…” Robert Collier

Not being particularly artistic myself, I have never used infographics in training. However, I have just been shown how wonderfully effective an infographic can be.

See what you think about this one of Bloom’s revised Taxonomy with verbs, by Mia MacMeekin.

Isn’t it wonderful? She has many other infographics that you might find appealing and useful in your own work at her website: An Ethical Island- How to Teach Without a Lecture and other fun: https://anethical island.wordpress.com.

You can see the original infographic at: https://anethicalisland.wordpress.com/2014/06/05/blooms-revised-taxonomy-with-verbs

Please let me know what you think!

May your learning be sweet- and colorful!

Deborah

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