Distance and blended online learning enable adult learners
balance their other commitments such as childcare and employment more
effectively. It further allows subject specialist experts and business owners
to monetise their knowledge to a global community. Online courses are hosted on
a Learning Management System (LMS) providing education for all no matter where
they are in the world. LMS platforms facilitate the delivery of both traditional
and interactive learning materials, videos, live lectures, and students can
submit their assessments via the portal.
Online and blended learning allows for almost any subject to be taught online.
However, both traditional and online learning comes with advantages and disadvantages. How can teachers and experts ensure that the learning outcomes are achieved and their online course is successful? This blogpost discusses the traditional learning theory of Blooms Taxonomy applied to e-learning.
What is Blooms Taxonomy and how can you apply it to your online course?
Creating measurable learning objectives that lead to meaningful, transformative outcomes for students and learners is essential to the success of any online course. Attention should be paid to the 'anatomy' of the learning process as per Blooms Taxonomy:
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