Bloom's taxonomy for CS assessment

@inproceedings{Thompson2008BloomsTF,
  title={Bloom's taxonomy for CS assessment},
  author={Errol Thompson and Andrew Luxton-Reilly and Jacqueline L. Whalley and Minjie Hu and Phil Robbins},
  booktitle={ACE '08},
  year={2008}
}
Bloom's Taxonomy is difficult to apply consistently to assessment tasks in introductory programming courses. The Bloom taxonomy is a valuable tool that could enable analysis and discussion of programming assessment if it could be interpreted consistently. We discuss each of the Bloom classification categories and provide a consistent interpretation with concrete exemplars that will allow computer science educators to utilise Bloom's Taxonomy for programming assessment. Using Bloom's Taxonomy to… CONTINUE READING

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