I use Bloom’s Taxonomy for the benefit of students in my classes.
I don’t know why the Taxonomy that Bloom et al developed seems to be kept in secret from students? Tell me why so few students are acquainted with Bloom et al?
I share the Taxonomy with my students and encourage them to apply the concept of action verbs in their individual learning, applying the concept of action verbs to scriptwriting, photography, interviewing, video production, and other creative inquiry and activity.
HERE is a useful list of verbs and a hierarchy of learning consistent with Bloom’s theory of learning.
This is Project 1 for my class in TV Program Production at Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok. I think it’s unique and useful that students are asked to apply their creative and technical skills in digital media production for the benefit of a NGO in Bangkok. Nice synergy with the integration of theory and practice, application of ethics and values for social development, and a meaningful opportunity for professional development.
I am comparing the processes and systems for setting up a radio station in Los Angeles, California, and Bangkok, Thailand
Federal Communications Commission USA
Philippine Sea — South China Sea Dispute (Non-Interactive)
This is an interesting book by Philippines Supreme Court Justice Antonio Carpio that lays out an historical analysis of the legal claims to Scarborough Shoal, the Spratleys and many other islands in the Philippine Sea wast of Palawan (aka South China Sea).
VIDEO: Justice Antonio Carpio on the South China Sea dispute
If we don’t establish a marine protected area in this region we are headed toward a major, major fisheries collapse, leading to mass starvation and increasing conflict.
FULL PDF: Teaching as a Subversive Activity by Neil Postman
One of the greatest works of scholarly literature in the 20th century. Relevant today. Great book. In English.
I’m trying to find beginning meditation classes in English
Buddhist Temples in Bangkok
some good advice for the arduous journey to betterment
Be a Creator, Not a Complainer