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Bloom’s Taxonomy Made Simple

The taxonomy (a fancy word for classification) was created by a committee of educators and chaired by Benjamin Bloom (which is where it got it’s name).  It was a model originally developed (first published around 1956, but worked on from

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The Unintentional Trainers Guide to Learning Objectives

When I start working with a new client, typically we’ll pick a particular project and work through it from beginning to end in detail.  This can either be done retrospectively as a review or live as the project is being

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The Unintentional Trainer’s Guide to Writing Effective Learning Objectives

As you probably know learning objectives are statements which describe what a learner will be able to do as a result of undertaking the learning.  In order for the learning objective (sometimes also known as a learning outcome) to be

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