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1.   Who Are You Teaching?

e.g undergraduates, graduate students, employees

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2.   Desired Level of Cognitive Activity?

  • Remembering
  • Understanding
  • Applying
  • Analyzing
  • Evaluating
  • Creating
  • Own Verb

Demonstrate an ability to recall information previously learned.

    Example: List the level of organization from subatomic particles through the biome.

  • Define
  • Describe
  • State
  • Memorize
  • Arrange
  • Duplicate
  • Identify
  • Label
  • List
  • Match
  • Name
  • Order
  • Outline
  • Recall
  • Recognize
  • Relate
  • Repeat
  • Reproduce
  • Select
  • Unknown
  • Recite
  • Quote
  • Visualize
  • State
  • Locate
  • Choose
  • Find
  • Omit
  • Show
  • Tell

    Example: Summarize the research on immunizations for lay audiences.

  • Recognize
  • Defend
  • Discuss
  • Indicate
  • Explain
  • Classify
  • Convert
  • Describe
  • Distinguish
  • Estimate
  • Exemplify
  • Express
  • Extend
  • Generalize
  • Identify
  • Infer
  • Locate
  • Paraphrase
  • Predict
  • Report
  • Restate
  • Review
  • Rewrite
  • Select
  • Summarize
  • Translate
  • Interpret
  • Compare
  • Differentiate
  • Demonstrate

    Example: Apply the engineering problem solving process to solve basic engineering design and analysis problems.

  • Apply
  • Construct
  • Interpret
  • Produce
  • Show
  • Solve
  • Use
  • Write
  • Change
  • Choose
  • Compute
  • Demonstrate
  • Discover
  • Dramatize
  • Employ
  • Illustrate
  • Manipulate
  • Modify
  • Operate
  • Practice
  • Predict
  • Prepare
  • Relate
  • Schedule
  • Sketch
  • Translate
  • Model
  • Practice
  • Operate
  • Utilize

    Example: Differentiate between constructivism and social learning theory by writing a paper.

  • Break Down
  • Point Out
  • Illustrate
  • Identify
  • Analyze
  • Appraise
  • Calculate
  • Categorize
  • Compare
  • Contrast
  • Criticize
  • Diagram
  • Differentiate
  • Discriminate
  • Distinguish
  • Examine
  • Experiment
  • Infer
  • Model
  • Outline
  • Question
  • Relate
  • Select
  • Separate
  • Subdivide
  • Test
  • Organize
  • Deduce
  • Plan
  • Inspect

    Example: Appropriately assess patients with common signs and symptoms.

  • Assess
  • Value
  • Explain
  • Appraise
  • Argue
  • Attach
  • Choose
  • Compare
  • Compute
  • Conclude
  • Contrast
  • Defend
  • Describe
  • Discriminate
  • Estimate
  • Evaluate
  • Interpret
  • Judge
  • Justify
  • Measure
  • Predict
  • Rate
  • Relate
  • Revise
  • Score
  • Select
  • Summarize
  • Support
  • Critique
  • Estimate

    Example: Create aesthetic structures for the genre in which they are writing.

  • Propose
  • Explain
  • Create
  • Arrange
  • Assemble
  • Categorize
  • Collect
  • Combine
  • Compose
  • Construct
  • Design
  • Develop
  • Devise
  • Formulate
  • Generate
  • Manage
  • Organize
  • Plan
  • Prepare
  • Rearrange
  • Reconstruct
  • Relate
  • Reorganize
  • Revise
  • Rewrite
  • Set Up
  • Synthesize
  • Write
  • Invent
  • Propose
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3.   What is the Learner's Task?

e.g. code in java, write a short story, conduct a lab experiment

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4.   Under what Conditions?

e.g. during a test, in the field, during an interview

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