Education : Learning Must Extend Beyond Knowledge For Sustainable Performance Improvement
Author: Leanne Hoagland-Smith
If you are an educator whether in the K-16 schools or corporate training, can you answer the following three questions:
Krathwohl is an educational researcher who worked with Bloom and developed the Affective Taxonomy published in 1964. (NOTE: Bloom and his colleagues indentified the 3 learning domains of affective, cognitive and psychomotor and spent considerable time constructing what is now known as the Bloom Taxonomy of Educational Objectives (1956) around the cognitive learning domain.)
The Affective taxonomy or classification in ascending order consisted of:
Dave in 1975 suggested a taxonomy based upon Bloom’s and others earlier works specific to the psychomotor domain. His efforts led to the following:
The reason it is important is that the initial research by Bloom and his colleagues suggested that all three domains must work together in tandem to maximize the effectiveness of learning. When there is emphasis on only one domain, then sustainable learning will not happen.
Some additional questions to consider:
After working with the performance of young people for the last 10 years and with adults for over 25 years, I can honestly state that no one wants to be a performance failure. What we as educators or trainers need to do is to ensure that we unite all 3 domains for true sustainable performance improvement.
Leanne Hoagland-Smith, President of ADVANCED SYSTEMS, works with large urban to private schools, certified staff, support staff, students and parents to improve performance that in 30 to 180 days. Using proven tools, we can quickly and affordably identify the gaps in YOUR organization, provide you with an Action Plan that you can easily implement along with developmental programs from executive leadership to student leadership.
What would the value to you be if everyone within your school all rowed in the same direction with energy and enthusiasm?
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