Domains Of Learning (Psychomotor Domain (Anita Harrow) -physical…
Domains Of Learning
Psychomotor Domain (Anita Harrow) -physical
Related to kinesthetic, visual, auditory, tactile(touch), or coordination abilities
Related to endurance, flexibility, agility, strength reaction-response time or dexterity
Refer to skill or movements or behaviors related to walking, running, jumping, pushing, pulling and manipulating.
Refers to skill and movements that must be learned for games, sports, dances, performance or for the art.
Involve one segmental or reflexes of the spine and movement that may involve more than one segmented portion of the spine as intersegmental reflexes.
Refer to expressive movements through posture, gesture, facial expression and/or creative movements like those in mime or ballet
Cognitive Domain (Benjamin Bloom)- thinking
Breaking material into parts, determining how the parts relate to one another or how they interrelate
Making judgments based on criteria and standard through checking and critiquing.
Refer to situation where learned material is used through products like model, presentation, interviews or simulation.
Constructing meaning from different types of function be they written or graphic message or activities like interpreting, exemplifying, classifying summarizing, inferring, comparing or explaining.
Putting elements together to form a coherent or functional whole, reorganizing elements into a new pattern or structure through generating, planning or producing.
When memory is used to produce or retrieve definition, facts or list or to recite previously learned information.
Affective Domain ( David Krathwohl) - emotion
refer to the learner's belief and attitudes of worth
refer to the learner's internalization of value and belief involving the conceptualization of value and the organization of value system.
refers to the learner's highest of internalization and relate to behavior that reflect a generalized set of value and characterization or a philosophy about life.
refers to the learner's sensitivity to the existence of stimuli
refers to the learner's active attention to stimuli and his/her motivation to learn