When I started on my teaching journey almost ten years ago in college, we did a lot of work with Bloom’s Taxonomy.  There was a lot of focus on using the levels of thinking skills in lesson planning and developing activities.  The first school I starting teaching at, the main focus of the school was using the Bloom’s verb in our objectives.   Bloom’s has been the core of my teaching for the majority of my career so far.  Not until recently has Marzano become a forerunner in my teaching practice.  A lot of my school training now looks at the nine Marzano strategies.  I have been using at the Marzano strategies to plan how the activities will look during class time and I use the Blooms verbs to help build the objectives and roadmap for the class.  The most valuable information that I could share with my colleagues would be how to use both Marzano and Bloom effectively to build meaningful lessons. I would create a quick guide like ones I have previously received, that have how to incorporate the verbs into objectives and how to use Marzano’s nine strategies as a guided tool.

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