Please choose the appropriate educational level for this course:
There are six levels of cognitive learning according to the revised version of Bloom's Taxonomy. Each level is conceptually different. The six levels are remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating, and creating.
The learner is not required to have a previous working knowledge of the subject area beyond that taught in professional preparatory programs, but should be able to remember and understand the basic concepts being taught in the course.
The learner must already have a basic working knowledge of the subject area (including remembering and understanding anatomy, development, etc.) in order to apply, analyze and synthesize the information presented in Case Studies, Q&A, and Discussions, but does not need the expertise that would be required to evaluate the latest research on new techniques being used or create new protocols that would be required of an advanced course.
The learner should already have a broad working knowledge of the information and significant hands-on experience with the subject area, allowing for the ability to evaluate and assimilate the new information presented in this course, including latest research on new techniques being used, and to create new protocols for furthering treatment in the field.