Where Krathwohl meets Krang – Applying taxonomies through Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle course design

Where Krathwohl meets Krang – Applying taxonomies through Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle course design

 
 
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Another weird and wonderful episode in our current run of weird and wonderful episodes! Mike and Mark reflect on a fun and funky learning design session, where we tried to learn and apply Krathwohl’s take on Bloom’s taxonomy using the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with a roomful of colleagues.

If you’d like to try and run a similar session yourself, then Mark’s made a shareable version of the PowerPoint presentation with all the slides on the models you could need, and the guide for how to run the workshop. The main focuses are:

  • Bloom’s taxonomy
  • Krathwohl and Dettmer’s domains
  • Which Ninja Turtle weirdly owns a pet turtle.

Mark mentions Andrew Churches model, applying Krathwohl in a digital context – that’s here – https://learn.canvas.net/courses/942/pages/blooms-taxonomy-and-digital-tasks

How could Ashton Kutcher have used Systems Thinking to avoid getting bitten in the Butt(erfly Effect)?

How could Ashton Kutcher have used Systems Thinking to avoid getting bitten in the Butt(erfly Effect)?

 
 
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This episode we answer the bloody stupid question, how could Ashton Kutcher have used Systems Thinking to avoid getting bitten in the Butt(erfly Effect)? You’ll notice a hilarious pun here, and that’s because the pop culture nugget is the nearly well known critical flop and movie, the Butterfly Effect, and systems thinking is the thingy we’re looking at it with innit.

Is it pedagogy? Or is it a way of considering all aspects of life? Who can say? Well Jitse probably can.

Features a surprise appearance from Mark, who forgot we were recording and bursts in halfway through in a whirlwind of quantum mechanics.