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Chapter 20 / Effective Self-Testing Strategies

Blooms Taxonomy of Learning Long Description

A reverse pyramid, the bottom level is smallest and grows larger. Each additional level is larger than the one below.

Bottom of Pyramid – Remembering: Find or remember information: list, find, name, identify, locate, describe, memorize, define.

2nd level РUnderstanding  and making sense out of information: interpret, summarize, explain, infer, paraphrase, discuss.

3rd level – Applying, use information in a new but similar form: use, diagram, make a chart, draw, apply, solve, calculate.

Top of the reverse pyramid- three equal but separate areas:

  1. Creating, use information to create something new:  design, build, plan, construct, produce, devise, invent.
  2. Evaluating, critically examine information and make judgments: judge, critique, test, defend criticize.
  3. Analyzing, take information apart and explore relationships: categorize, examine, organize, compare, contrast.

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Chapter 35

Growth Mindset Image Long Description

Examples of a Growth Mindset:

  • Intelligence is not fixed but it can be developed over time.
  • Difficult talks are worth pursing
  • Feedback, even if it offers correction is beneficial to support true growth.

Examples of a Fixed Mindset:

  • Intelligence is fixed and cannot be changed.
  • If a talk is difficult it should be discontinued.
  • Negative feedback should be avoided or minimized.

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