THREE DOMAINS OF LEARNING (Psychomotor : specific to discreet physical…
THREE DOMAINS OF LEARNING
Psychomotor : specific to discreet physical functions, reflex actions and interpretive movements.
Reflex Movement : Reflexes that involve one segmental or reflexes of the spine and movements that may involve more than one segmented portion of the spine as intersegmental reflexes
Fundamentals Movement : refer to skills or movements or behaviors related to walking, running, jumping, pushing, pulling and manipulating. They are often components for more complex actions.
Perceptual Abilities : skills related to kinesthetic (bodily movements), visual, auditory, tactile (touch), or coordination abilities as they are related to the ability to take in information from the environment and react.
Physical Abilities : Related to endurance, flexibility, agility, strength, reaction-response time or dexterity.
Skilled Movements : Skills and movements that must be learned for games, sports, dances, performances, or for the arts.
Nondiscrusive Communication : Expressive movements through posture, gestures, facial expressions, and/or creative movements like those in mime or ballet. These movements refer to interpretative movements that communicate meaning without the aid of verbal commands or help
Affective or Feeling
Characterization (the Internalization of values) : This refers to the learner’s highest of internalization and relates to behavior that reflects
(1) a generalized set of values; and
(2) a characterization or a philosophy about life. At this level the learner is capable of practicing and acting on their values or beliefs.
Organization : This refers to the learner’s internalization of values and beliefs involving (1) the conceptualization of values; and (2) the organization of a value system.
Valuing : This refers to the learner’s beliefs and attitudes of worth – acceptance, preference, or commitment. An acceptance, preference, or commitment to a value.
Responding :This refers to the learners’ active attention to stimuli and his/her motivation to learn – acquiescence, willing responses, or feelings of satisfaction.
Receiving : This refers to the learner’s sensitivity to the existence of stimuli – awareness, willingness to receive, or selected attention.
Evalution : The ability to judge, check, and even critique the value of material for a given purpose. This function goes to #5 in the revised version of Bloom’s
Synthesis : The ability to put parts together to form a coherent or unique new whole. In the revised version of Bloom’s synthesis becomes creating and becomes the last and most complex cognitive function
Analysis : The ability to break down or distinguish the parts of material into its components so that its organizational structure may be better understood.
Application : The ability to use learned material, or to implement material in new and concrete situations.
Comprehension : The ability to grasp or construct meaning from material.
Knowledge : Remembering or retrieving previously learned material.