6 Adult Learning Principles by M. Knowles

Andragogy, meaning methods and principles used in adult education, has been around for over 100 years. Firstly coined by a German educator Alexander Kapp in 1833, it was extensively studied and popularized by an American educator Malcolm Knowles in the 1970s, and he...

Objectives Taxonomies, part 4 of 4: Six Facets of Understanding

Following a learning taxonomy, teaching can have a logical path, consisting of rational and beneficial exercises or knowledge chunks. There are other taxonomies as well (Bloom’s Taxonomy, SOLO Taxonomy, and Fink’s Taxonomy of Significant Learning; all...

Objectives Taxonomies, part 2 of 4: SOLO Taxonomy

In the world of learning, a taxonomy is a framework that provides guidelines on how to plan, organize, and assess/evaluate learning experiences so they have the best educational effect. SOLO Taxonomy is not the only one, oh no! There are other taxonomies as well...

Objectives Taxonomies, part 1 of 4: Bloom’s Taxonomy (with revisions)

To prepare effective, logical, and natural learning experiences, teachers and Instructional Designers alike would seek help in learning taxonomies – frameworks that provide guidance for such. The below will be a dive into the three domains of learning according...