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Title: Bloom's Taxonomy from the Islamic Perspectives
Other Titles: Kedudukan Taksonomi Bloom Menurut Perspektif Islam
Authors: Nursyahirah Wahidah Masrom
Mahyuddin Hashim
Noorhayati Hashim
Fariza Puteh Behak
Keywords: Bloom Taxonomy, Thinking Skill, al-Quran, Islam.
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Series/Report no.: vol 2 No 1 (2018);
Abstract: ABSTRACTBloom’s Taxonomy known as a hierarchical framework of learning objective that is used by teachers to measure students’ higher order thinking skills based on questions in learning. There are three domain on Bloom taxonomy which is cognitive (intellectual skill), affective (generic skill) and psychomotor (practical skill). The cognitive domain of Bloom consists of six level organized in a hierarchy from lower until higher level which includes remembering, understanding, application, analysis, evaluation and creating. Since it is introduce by Benjamin Bloom in year 1956, studies have shown there are numerous Western studies have been discusess the strengths and weaknesses of Bloom Taxonomy. However, what is the position of Bloom's Taxonomy according to the Islamic perspectives? Therefore, this paper will concentrate on the criticisms by Western and Islamic perspectiveagainst Bloom’s Taxonomy. This study will be conducted using qualitative method by analysing data with descriptive method. The findings show there are criticisms and improvements in the past studies that focus on Bloom's taxonomy into four themes: (1) hierarchical structure, (2) classification structure, (3) uses and (4) new taxonomy requirements to fit the new skills required by the 21st century learning. Indeed, this article can provides a catalyst for further exploration of Islamic influence in education.
URI: http://ddms.usim.edu.my:80/jspui/handle/123456789/16257
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