Provide tiered learning objectives at different levels for what students will learn.

Example:

In a unit about a historical event, all students would be expected to retell the story of the event and identify key locations on a map (comprehension), most students would be expected to compare and contrast it to another historical event (analysis), and some students would be expected to evaluate the significance of that historical event with respect to a broader historical narrative.

Further Reading:

Smore.com – Understanding Tiered Objectives

Mindspring – Unit Pyramid Planning

Tips for Faculty at University of Arkansas –  Using Bloom’s Taxonomy to Write Effective Learning Objectives


Created by Louis Olander
Reviewed by Kathy Furlong Silverio

 

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