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Hierarchy Of Cognitive Domain Learning Skills For Activity Design, Facilitation, And Classroom Assessment
2004 Annual Conference Proceedings
Development of a complex set of life-long learning skills in the cognitive, social, and affective domains is an important goal of engineering education. This is complicated by the reality that learning skill development transcends the temporal and spatial boundaries of isolated courses (SCANS 1991). This work responds to the need for a shared language to promote and reinforce learning skill development between courses and across the curriculum. The research question that motivated this work isdoi:10.18260/1-2--13888 fatcat:5j2ie6f7pfbbxoc5h3jlizttby