Bloom's Taxonomy of Knowledge


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Bloom's Taxonomy of Knowledge:   A ordering of different types of knowledge and skills from rote memorization to more advanced skills such as analysis, synthesis, and production of independent ideas.  This taxonomy was designed in part to encourage teachers to utilize standards that encourage more of these higher-order learning tasks.