Is Bloom's taxonomy appropriate for computer science?

@inproceedings{Johnson2006IsBT,
  title={Is Bloom's taxonomy appropriate for computer science?},
  author={Colin G. Johnson and Ursula Fuller},
  booktitle={Koli Calling},
  year={2006}
}
Bloom's taxonomy attempts to provide a set of levels of cognitive engagement with material being learned. It is usually presented as a generic framework. In this paper we outline some studies which examine whether the taxonomy is appropriate for computing, and how its application in computing might differ from its application elsewhere. We place this in the context of ongoing debates concerning graduateness and attempts to 'benchmark' the content of a computing degree. 
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