Tag Archives: Bloom’s Taxonomy

The Learning Environment – Displays

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There have been lots of updated displays across the site following on from the spotlight, which is great. If you need some inspiration, have a look at the work that some departments have done:

Subject in the news:

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Promoting subjects:

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Reflection boards:

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Magenta Principles across subjects:

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Subject specific vocab & support boards:

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Setting Learning Objectives which Stretch and Challenge – CPD

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This session outlined the principles of both Bloom’s Taxonomy for questioning and the Magenta Principles and looked at practical ways that these can be incorporated successfully and easily into lessons. Time was also spent putting ideas into practice.

For more info look at the following resources Bloom’s Questioning Grid Bloom’s_Taxonomy_Teacher_Planning_Kit Lesson 2 Blooms Questioning Questioning and Objectives