Valuing: A range of acceptance that is placed on the information being received.
Organization: this is the organizing of the values by contrasting differing values.
Internalizing Values: This has to do with the learners value system and how the learner assigns value.
The Psychomotor category includes physical aspects of movement, as well as coordination in movement. There were not subcategories in the Psychomotor development category.
Critics of Bloom:
There are those critics who claim that Bloom's taxonomy lacks comprehensiveness in certain areas and other claim that it is altogether too narrow as it has not included all of the necessary learning outcomes that are expected in schools. Bloom maintains that lack of physical as well as mental growth early in life is a permanent loss, but Tanner (1963) 'found evidence that even when physical growth is severely student for a time by malnutrition or illness, the organism has a target-seeking tendency to return to its natural growth curve. In a similar analysis Krogman (1962) presented evidence that heredity is the 'great master' in determining physical growth. Furthermore, Arthur Jensen (1969) pointed out flaws of Blooms theory...
(Aviles 2002; Pratt 1994). Applying Blooms taxonomy in the classroom can be implemented in several ways. First for the building of knowledge the use of videos, diagrams and books wherein the students are instructed to observe and listen. After having viewed, observed or listened then the students comprehension can be enhanced through use of association and comparing with other aspects within the same subject.
Although there are both pros and cons to Bloom's Theory, the taxonomy of learning is a comprehensive application that can be utilized by teachers in assessing the effectiveness of their teaching methods.
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Benjamin S. Bloom
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