Monthly Archives: November 2017

It shouldn’t be Top Secret – Bloom’s Taxonomy

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Dr. Lauren Scharff argues that instructors should more often and more explicitly share Bloom’s taxonomy, and perhaps even more importantly, share how it can be applied by students to raise their awareness of learning expectations for different assignments and guide their choice of learning strategies. A handout is provided that walks students through a series of questions that help them apply Bloom’s as a guide for their learning and academic efforts.

Contemplating Contemplative Pedagogy

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In this post, Dr. Alison Staudinger shares her reflections and struggles with the questions, Does contemplation belong in the academic classroom? If yes, then how might instructors appropriately and effectively bring the benefits of contemplation and mindfulness into the classroom in order to support learning?