Theories into Practices: Bloom’s Taxonomy, Comprehensive Learning Theories (CLT) and E-Assessments

Malissa‐Maria Mahmud, Yazilmiwati Yaacob, Chandra Reka Ramachandiran, Shiet Ching Wong, Othman Ismail

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The development of novel and innovative technologies to an extent has enriched the means of how assessments are done. Researchers and academics alike explore and leverage on the employment of an assemblage of technologies to design their assessments which are critical in gauging the students’ learning outcomes. However, the manifestation of technology in the context of teaching and learning necessitates reconceptualization of existential and fundamental theories which scaffold learning process. Thus, this paper provides a critical and contextualised exploration of the eminent Bloom’s Taxonomy, Comprehensive Learning Theories (CLT) and e-assessments with its underpinning and groundwork concepts, ensuing its feasibility and application in the blended learning environment.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceeding Book of 1st International Conference on Educational Assessment and Policy
PublisherCenter for Educational Assessment
Number of pages6
ISBN (Electronic)9786022591801
Publication statusPublished - 31 Jan 2019


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