Category Archives: buddhism

Surviving Campus Politics

Here is something that they do not teach you in grad school. What do you do when you are at a campus that is in turmoil? I have not completely lived up to these verses, but they are certainly a … Continue reading

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Why Bloom’s Taxonomy?

Image via Wikipedia I read a comment on an education blog about “Bloom’s Taxonomy“: “Why should we use that old thing?” was the basic tone. Bloom’s Taxonomy of the Cognitive Domain, simply put, classifies knowledge from lower to higher order … Continue reading

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