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FR04 - Bloom's Secret Garden: Using Bloom's Hierarchy as a Context for Teaching Study Strategies 
Date/Time:
June 21, 2013   10:30am - 11:45am
 
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
 
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Help your students take the mystery out of how faculty members develop assignments and assessments! In this session, participants will take part in an activity used to teach students about Bloom’s Hierarchy of Knowledge in a way that helps them think critically about how homework and test questions are designed. This new study strategy will help students learn how to better master course content and concepts in preparation for success on both assignments and assessments.
 


 
 
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