The next step is introducing the verbs connected to the levels of Bloom's taxonomy. It is important you are aware of the connection between the verbs and the levels. We decided a Text Matching question and an introduction (table with levels and verbs) would be the most helpful.
The learning goal was 'express the why, what and how'. The best assessment of this goal, is for you to explain it to someone. So as the learner, you have the assignment to give a short presentation to someone about design principles and Bloom's taxonomy. We will precede this page with an explanation on how we adapted our objectives using this knowledge.
Because the verbs are so helpful in creating correct objectives, we want to show it to you again to be sure you pay attention to it. To achieve this, we used a Drag and Drop question, where you have to drag multiple verbs to the correct level. Since you can't know the entire table of verbs by heart, we will add the table, forcing you to review it multiple times.
Bloom's taxonomy is an important tool and reference to use when creating learning objectives. The six levels of learning are especially important to explain to the learner how they will be able to use the information. There are two versions of Bloom's taxonomy which may cause some confusion. We will use the updated version. This assessment uses a Single Choice Image question with an explanation added to the question.
The second objective is about learning objectives. The first step is to understand why learning objectives are important. We will start with a multiple choice question with correct and incorrect answer options. The explanation text is added directly to the question.
Step two is the What. We will assess this using a single choice question, asking the learner to identify the correct definition. Of course we will add the explanation to it.