Tag Archives: learning_theory

Problems with Bloom’s Taxonomy?

Last week or so, I came across an older article (December, 2002) from International Society for Performance Improvement that challenged the utility of Bloom’s Taxonomy on several levels.  In short, Dr. Brenda Sugrue argues that Bloom’s Taxonomy is not valid, … Continue reading

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Re: Siemens’ Thought Experiment on Connectivism

I have been considering George Siemens’ Thought experiment on social networked learning (Connectivism).  I engaged the thought experiment; it took more time and space than a comment, so I decided to post it here.  If you haven’t yet read that … Continue reading

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Andragogy, not Pedagogy?

In a recent article at Campus Technology, The Institutional Path for Change in This Age: Andragogy, not Pedagogy, Dr. Trent Batson argues higher education needs to change its educational model, “The education establishment needs to say goodbye to pedagogy and … Continue reading

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