Introduction to Bloom's Taxonomy and Level's of Learning
Levels of Learning are the methods invented by Benjamin Bloom which define the complexity and difficulty of a question.
Complexity describes the thought process the brain uses to deal with information.
Complexity is the method necessary to increase higher order thinking.
Difficulty refers to the amount of work the learner must expend within a level of complexity to fulfill the learning objective.
Bloom's Taxonomy is a list created by Bloom that ranks the different levels students learn at from identification to fully comprehending the most complex Calculus questions.
With guidance and practice, slower learners can regularly reach the higher levels of Bloom's Taxonomy.
Through Bloom's Taxonomy students can achieve higher learning.