Valuating organizational learning

Learning to Learn: Becoming the Strength Coach You Were Meant to Be (Part 1)  December 13, 2017 – 05:43 am

This will be a 2-part series on learning, beginning with the steps we all go through based on Bloom’s taxonomy of learning.

Benjamin Bloom and a group of colleagues identified three domains of educational activities: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. We all go through these stages subconsciously, but it helps to know them when trying to really understand how we can teach others. Also, by learning the domains, and stages within them, we can identify where each athlete falls at any point in the learning process.

Cognitive involves the development of intellectual skills and knowledge a person currently possesses. The six major categories in this domain include knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. As such, it is said that the categories within each domain must be mastered before moving to the next. Athletes have information that they have learned from past experiences,

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