UNIFIED TAXONOMY OF COMPETENCES FOR VERIFICATION OF STUDENT'S SKILLS

TitleUNIFIED TAXONOMY OF COMPETENCES FOR VERIFICATION OF STUDENT'S SKILLS
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsPešaković, D, Šafhalter, A
JournalProblems of Education in the 21st Century
Volume72
Start Page89-100
PaginationDiscontinuous
Date PublishedAugust/2016
Type of ArticleOriginal article
ISSN1822-7864
Other NumbersICID: 1221621
Keywordsgeneric competences, students' skills, unified taxonomy for competences
Abstract

Skills, which students have to manage, are divided on a lower and higher taxonomic (»competent«) level, which allows differentiation and individualization in the lessons. It also allows easier monitoring and verifying of skills. The combination of taxonomies in all three fields, cognitive, affective and psychomotor has been searched and combined in competent taxonomic levels, which allows development and verification of student's skills on a lower and higher taxonomic level. Special attention was on verification and assessment of student's knowledge, where it can be found out once more that the greatest emphasis is on the knowledge, whereas skills are put in the background. Derived from introduced taxonomies, Bloom's cognitive and affective and Dave's and Simpson's psychomotor the lower and higher competent taxonomic level were defined and unified taxonomy of competences was developed. The paraphernalia was made, which allows monitoring and evaluating of student's skills on cognitive, affective and psychomotor field at technical subjects. Paraphernalia is transferable also on those fields of education, where student's skills are important.

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