Bloom’s Pyramid (Taxonomy!)

While looking for online resources on Bloom’s taxonomy, I came across a variety of different images illustrating Benjamin Bloom’s (1956) classification of domains. Of these, my favourite is Incredible @rt Department’s visualization of the updated layers of remember, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating applied to art history as an Egyptian pyramid. Along with the image the website also provides helpful links to other resources on Bloom’s taxonomy. Most importantly it also lists verbs and applicable questions for each of the respective cognitive domains that are relevant to the art history classroom.

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