Module Learning Objectives (MLOs) reflect the level of the course.
Examples include an introductory course that utilizes lower levels of a learning taxonomy.
Points: 3 (Essential)
QM Alignment: 2.5
Your course and module learning objectives can be represented in a hierarchy using Bloom’s Taxonomy, ranging from lower-level cognitive processes like remembering and understanding, to higher-order thinking skills like applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating. Lower-level, introductory courses may lean more toward the lower levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, although this does not imply that introductory courses should avoid higher-order thinking skills and activities.
- Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy
- UCF Learning Objective Builder Tool
- There are several resources that list verbs and how they align with different levels of Bloom’s taxonomy: