Skills To Enhance Learning | Physical Skills Training

With our course, students will discover how to better navigate their physical environment.

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What will i learn?
  • Understand Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • Explain the psychomotor domain
  • Explore the different psychomotor taxonomies
  • Explain ways to implement training in the psychomotor domain
  • Identify psychomotor activities

  • There is no essential requirement for this course
  • Anyone can attend this course.
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Bloom's Taxonomy is not just for teachers of elementary school but also useful for adult education. These three domains of the taxonomy apply to adult education also. In this course, we will be focusing on the psychomotor domain. The psychomotor domain is the domain of physicality and action. It is important to remember that psychomotor works together with the other domains when implementing it. 

Benjamin Bloom was an educational psychologist who developed Bloom's Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain in 1956. This taxonomy established the educational goals for students to achieve and for teachers to perform evaluations of their performance. The three domains that Bloom and his team discovered were cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. The original taxonomy is shown in the course on enrollment.

Bloom's Taxonomy has been a guiding model for educators and teachers for a long time. Created by Benjamin Bloom in 1956, his taxonomy is still a guiding force for educators in developing educational materials and studies. It has become an authority, particularly in the cognitive domain. Professors, Universities, and school boards have embraced this theory to shape up the education for both children and adults. Hence you learn and be aware of Bloom's theory's history and how it has shaped and morphed over the years. Understanding the fundamentals of Bloom's Taxonomy is important and essential, particularly when implementing it in the classroom.

Other domain information would follow, including the Affective Domain in 1973 and the Psychomotor Domain in 1972. These were the updates to the original Cognitive Domain. 

Lorin Anderson and David Krathwohl attempted successfully to revising the original Bloom's taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain to be more activities-based. Lorin and David suggested an updated version that removes knowledge, comprehension, and evaluation and adds 'remembering,' 'understanding,' and 'creativity.' Later, the Psychomotor Domain addresses the use and development of motor skills. It is an often-overlooked domain sacrificed in favor of the Cognitive Domain. The original Psychomotor taxonomy is related to physical activity and motor skills. It was Simpson who developed the first understanding of the psychomotor domain in 1972.

Each domain is further identified and then broken down into many smaller levels or categories with specific behaviors, activities, and example words that identify when students have mastered skills from each domain level. 

With Skills to enhance Learning (Physical) - Part - 2 courses, students will better navigate their physical environment. The coordination and understanding of physical skills provide an incredible benefit to the students and society.

From this course, students should be able to: 

  • Understand Bloom's Taxonomy 
  • Explain the psychomotor domain   
  • Explore the different psychomotor taxonomies  
  • Explain ways to implement training in the psychomotor domain 
  • Identify psychomotor activities 
Who this course is for
  • The ideal candidates for this course are the fresh graduates and inexperienced professionals
  • Student who need to establish themselves as thorough professionals in their organizations.
  • Expand their skills

Curriculum for this course
12 Lessons 01:15:29 Hours
12 Lessons 01:15:29 Hours
  • Getting Started 00:01:08
  • Bloom s Taxonomy 00:07:57
  • Observation 00:07:51
  • Imitation 00:06:51
  • Manipulation 00:07:23
  • Precision 00:07:21
  • Articulation 00:07:41
  • Naturalization 00:06:58
  • Versions of Psychomotor Domain 00:06:42
  • Conditions for the Affective Domain 00:07:13
  • Training 00:07:22
  • Wrapping Up 00:01:02
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  • Nurul Farahniz
    Nurul Farahniz
    The course, is interesting and very informative I happy I learned along with Instructor He indeed transformed my thoughts I ready to practice Great Job The last Lecture on Coaching was Mind blowing Thanks Instructor !!!????????????
  • Treischelle Antley
    Treischelle Antley
    It give a lot of techniques to be more productive, not procrastinate and be more organized. I think that improve al less 1 or 2 tips will do better or days
  • Otsile Tlhotlhologolo
    Otsile Tlhotlhologolo
    Very informative course. Though I am on my way of applying them, in general, very good course if you master all skills stated here.
  • Tina Mackenzie
    Tina Mackenzie
    The bloom's taxonomy was my favourite topic and overall it was a very nice course !!
  • Orit Tsaban
    Orit Tsaban
    This course presented numerous approaches and insight into increasing self-discipline.
  • Jackie Farrell
    Jackie Farrell
    Well done and explained; wish he would have shared a list of sites and functions of each.thank you
  • Cathy Mull
    Cathy Mull
    The experience has been very incisive, educative, sobering and broadening on the many aspects of this course. Thank you.
  • Antonio Alvarado
    Antonio Alvarado
    The lessons are good. Explanation is better. Presentation is best.
  • Marja-liisa Spahn
    Marja-liisa Spahn
    Explore the different psychomotor taxonomies by opting this course with full of knowledge !!
  • Dylan Kirker
    Dylan Kirker
    Very helpful, relevant information and presentation / communication is very clear. I breezed through some sections that do not currently apply to my professional situation, but will definitely use this as a reference.
  • Rhema Joy
    Rhema Joy
    This was a comprehensive and thought provoking course. The format and content was excellent and for me I love the organic and authentic way that Instructor teaches. His compassion and genuine intent is very evident. I would highly recommend this course. Thanks to all who made this course possible...
  • Đặng Hồng
    Đặng Hồng
    There was so much information in this course. I found that the exercises were very enlightening and helpful for me. Thank you !!
  • Emily Mazan
    Emily Mazan
    The idea of the Script is empowering!
  • Danet Leon
    Danet Leon
    Concise and to the point.
  • Yash Mahesh
    Yash Mahesh
  • Jolene Becerra
    Jolene Becerra
    I have never found this topic anywhere in any course on this topic - ways to implement training in the psychomotor domain!!
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