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Blooms Taxonomy in Details with Examples

Blooms Taxonomy in Details with Examples

Blooms Taxonomy in Details with Examples

Bloom’s Taxonomy is a framework that classifies educational objectives into six hierarchical levels, which help educators plan and assess learning outcomes. Developed by educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom in the 1950s, it provides a structure

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Rote Learning Importance and Benefits

Rote Learning-Essential Learning Technique

“Learning by Repetition”

A Blessing for Learners

Learning is a complex phenomenon. Learning a new concept, ideas, fact, fiction heavily depends on individual nature. Individual learns well when s/he integrates deep understanding with intensive practice. Individual

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