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Know - Show -  Grow  A simple taxonomy for feedback

Page history last edited by John Davitt 11 years, 8 months ago

 

Just working with some teachers in Adelaide and wondering  if we could boil down Bloom and most learning models to know, show, grow and flow in terms of a model and as a structure for giving simple fast diagnostic feedback. Iv'e always worried that the upper levels of most models are too hard to understand.

 

It could be a cyclical process with the teacher able to acknowledge success in one category and take a target from somewhere in the other three. Any suggestions on more verbs of knowing for any of the categories or views / suggestions on the general idea as comments below please.

 

As in "well done on knowing peristalsis, how about showing in the hotseat on digestion next, or growing it in a report on nutrition?

 

Know

define --"square on hypotenuse is equal..."

describe

identify

label

list

match

select 

write

fill in blanks

 

Show

demonstrate ----" this is the hypotenuse you can see its bigger..."

present

hit the media shift key between research and presentation

tell

point out

adjust

respond to questions

 

Grow

apply   --------"here is an animation of  squares growing out of the hypotenuse"

combine

recombine

evaluate

develop 

build

connect

point out connections

collage

layer

weave

care for

pose new questions leading in turn to new knowing 

 

Flow

magic

mastery

integration in new and unexpected ways

deeper metaphor 

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