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Survey of Historic Costume Course Redesign Using Bloom's Taxonomy

Authors
  • Arienne McCracken (Iowa State University)
  • April Elisha Stanley (Iowa State University)
  • Huanjiao Dong (Iowa State University)
  • Sara B Marcketti (Iowa State University)

Abstract

The purpose of this teaching presentation is to demonstrate the ways in which a Survey of Historic Costume class was transformed from an active learning, yet lecture-style environment to a hybrid course in which developed learning assignments were guided by the five categories of Bloom's Taxonomy. The presenters will share each of the learning activities developed, as well as student examples, such that other instructors will be able to adapt and refine these to their specific dress history course.

How to Cite:

McCracken, A., Stanley, A. E., Dong, H. & Marcketti, S. B., (2017) “Survey of Historic Costume Course Redesign Using Bloom's Taxonomy”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 74(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2017
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