Adult Learning: Physical Skills

Bloom’s Taxonomy is not just for elementary school teachers. The three domains of the taxonomy apply to adult education as well. In this course, we will focus on the psychomotor domain; the domain of action and physicality.

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Introduction:

  • Course Objectives

Module 1:

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • Bloom’s Theory

  • History

  • New Understanding

  • Definition

  • Knowledge Check

Module 2:

  • Observation

  • Behavior

  • Actions

  • Examples

  • Implementation

  • Knowledge Check

Module 3:

  • Imitation

  • Behavior

  • Actions

  • Examples

  • Implementation

  • Knowledge Check

Module 4:

  • Manipulation

  • Behavior

  • Actions

  • Examples

  • Implementation

  • Knowledge Check

Module 5:

  • Precision

  • Behavior

  • Actions

  • Examples

  • Implementation

  • Knowledge Check

Module 6:

  • Articulation

  • Behavior

  • Actions

  • Examples

  • Implementation

  • Knowledge Check

Module 7:

  • Naturalization

  • Behavior

  • Actions

  • Examples

  • Implementation

  • Knowledge Check

Module 8:

  • Versions of Psychomotor Domain

  • Dave’s Theory

  • Harrow

  • Simpson

  • Differences and Similarities

  • Knowledge Check

Module 9:

  • Psychomotor Measurements

  • Agility

  • Precision

  • Endurance

  • Speed

  • Knowledge Check

Module 10:

  • Skills to Consider When Planning

  • Gross Movement

  • Fine Motor Control

  • Verbal

  • Nonverbal

  • Knowledge Check

Assessment:

  • Post Test

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