Blog Task #2 – taxonomy of learning in knowledge networks

When I clicked through to the link of Bloom’s Taxonomy suddenly puzzle pieces of information came back to me of an undergraduate degree in education. Krathwohl described Blooms as a means to classify learning objectives, activities and assessments in a clear and concise manner (Krathwohl, 2002). As a teacher you always want the best for … Continue reading Blog Task #2 – taxonomy of learning in knowledge networks

Assignment 1: Online Reflective Journal

"We know games can be highly motivating," she says. "We know the ways they are organised can lead to deeper factual and conceptual understanding, but we need to find ways to use them that are consistent with the ways teachers teach." (Jennings, 2014) You can walk into a classroom on any given day at my … Continue reading Assignment 1: Online Reflective Journal