Bloom's Taxonomy: Assessing Education from Beginning to End
Administrators, assessment coordinators, and educators all need the skillset to properly formulate relevant and measurable goals, objectives, and/or learning outcomes.
However, many Family Life Educators — new and experienced — have difficulty fully understanding and applying tools needed to evaluate the success of an educational program. The correct use of Bloom’s Taxonomy allows educators and administrators to form clear learning outcomes to accomplish their goals.
This interactive webinar, presented by Deborah Gentry, Ed.D., CFLE, will provide a user-friendly approach to applying Bloom’s Taxonomy that will enhance Family Life Educators' abilities to plan, deliver, and assess educational courses, workshops, lessons, and trainings.
By attending the webinar, you will be able to:
- provide the history of Bloom's Taxonomy and how it is hierarchically organized;
- summarize best practices associated with using Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy for purposes of curriculum and instructional design endeavors;
- properly apply the taxonomy to formulate goals, objectives, and/or learning outcomes for courses, workshops, lessons, or training sessions; and
- identify and plan meaningful activities for learners which, when completed, will provide evidence of how well the stated goals, objectives, and/or learning outcomes were achieved.
Approved for 1 CFLE contact hour of continuing education credit.
Intended Audience: Family Life Educators, cooperative extension agents, college/university instructors, administrators, new professionals, students
About the Presenter
Deborah Gentry, Ed.D., CFLE, has been working in academic institutions, secondary and postsecondary, for 40 years. Her longest tenure has been with Illinois State University, where she was the recipient of department, college, and university teaching awards. Most recently, she was involved in promoting continuing professional development for faculty and staff at Heartland Community College, Normal, Illinois. Her academic background includes study in Family Science, curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Dr. Gentry’s topical specialties are family conflict management, Family Life Education, pedagogy and andragogy, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. She has been an active member and leader in the National Council on Family Relations, Groves Conference on Marriage and Family, Family Science Association, and the Illinois Council on Family Relations for many years. She is also a Certified Family Life Educator and liaison for NCFR’s Academic Program Review.
On-Demand Webinar Recording and Classroom Use
Even if you can't watch this webinar live, your registration will still grant you access to watch the recording at your convenience. The fee for this webinar is $25 for NCFR student members, $45 for NCFR members, $85 for nonmembers.
License for classroom use by one professor is available for $105 for NCFR members, $185 for nonmembers.
License for departmental use (multiple professors) is available for $155 NCFR member / $305 nonmember.
Departmental license for CFLE-approved programs is $125.