In most disciplines the major area of learning relates to knowledge, understanding and thinking.
Intellectual behavior ranging from a low level (memorization of facts) to a higher level (application of these facts) in some way
The mental aspect of experience and learning (knowing, understanding, etc.).
The major area of learning in most disciplines. Has to do with knowledge, understanding and thinking. See also Affective domain; Active learning methods;
The cognitive domain encompasses the different levels individuals use ill perceiving, thinking, and remembering. These levels are knowledge, comprehension, application, synthesis analysis, and evaluation.
This domain concerns to how individuals think; their intellectual capabilities, level of development and preferred thinking styles. Related terms/concepts include: cognitive or thinking styles, intellectual development, critical thinking.
Involves mental processes. The Taxonomy of categories arranged in ascending order of difficulty are: Knowledge: Recognition and recall of information. Comprehension: Interprets, translates or summarizes given information. Application: Uses information in a situation different from original learning context. Analysis: Separates wholes into parts until relationships are clear. Synthesis: Combines elements to form new entity from the original one. Evaluation: Involves acts of decision making based on criteria or rationale.
in the context of teaching and learning, the domain of learning activities that relate to perceiving the world and knowing about it or understanding it; this domain contains six levels: knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
One of the three areas of learning, it is concerned with how students think£®In practice, it gives students a chance to express their thoughts£®It is hoped that by addressing this domain, students will learn to express their thoughts using both lower and higher order critical thinking skills£®It should be a part of planning for each lesson and complement tasks in the Affective and Psychomotor Domains
Outcomes of education involving thinking and content knowledge, logic, classification and problem solving.
Having to do with learning involving intellectual skills, such as facts, concepts, rules and principles and problem-solving levels of information.
A grouping of levels of learning associated with mental activity which range from knowledge through comprehension, application, analysis, and synthesis to evaluation.
The ability to know, understand, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate. (Bloomâ€™s Taxonomy: Cognitive Domain) More information