BLOOMS TAXONOMY Applying
The learner memorizes and recalls ideas, facts, theories, and other specific bits of information. This is the foundation of learning since the learner must remember the information before progressing to the next level.
The learner demonstrates understanding of the material or information by describing, discussing, explaining, identifying, summarizing, and translating. This second layer often goes with the first (Remember)
The learner correctly applies newly learned rules, concepts, principles, and theories to new and concrete situations. This may include the application of rules, concepts, principles, laws, theories, and methods.
The learner is able to break down information into smaller parts, including the identification of parts, analysis of relationships between parts, and recognition of the organizational principles involved so that its organizational structure may be understood.
The learner makes conscious value judgments of material for a given purpose and are based on definite criteria that is either given to the student or is determined by the student. Learning outcomes at this level are very high because the learner must be able to assess, defend, judge, support, evaluate, argue, and value information and concepts.
The learner puts ideas together into a new or unique product or plan which involves advanced, creative, out-of-the-box thinking with an emphasis on the formulation of new patterns and structure. At this final level, the learner will arrange, compose, construct, create, design, develop, propose, organize, and manage a new product.