- Blog Posts on Educational Taxonomies
- Published Paper
- Support Videos (new window)
- Latest Visualisations
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Here are the key blogs on this site documenting the development of this ‘Taxonomy Circles’ work.
- Intended Learning Outcomes matter (2012/10/12)
- Learning Design becomes mission critical (2012/10/14)
- Visualising Outcomes: domains, taxonomies and verbs. (2012/10/17)
- Updated: Taxonomy Circles – Visualisations of Educational Domains (2012/11/13)
- Visualisation of Educational Taxonomies – introducing paper. (2013/08/22)
- Adaptation of Dave’s Psychomotor Domain (2014/12/07)
- Is Higher Education lacking its affective dimension? (2015/03/31)
- Graduate Competencies, Employability and Educational Taxonomies: Critique of Intended Learning Outcomes (2015/18/07)
- Defining Tranferable Skills (2017/19/03)
This paper outlines the conceptual design of the taxonomy circles and the way they might be used to design learning outcomes and learning and teaching activities. Taxonomy Circles: Visualizing the possibilities of intended learning outcomes