- Instructor assigns Bloom level to grading rubric, and provide additional learning activities to improve the levels where students have low scores.
- Introduce Bloom levels to students and students are asked to "bloom" questions asked in class (i.e. rank the questions according to Bloom's levels). This helps students to develop meta-cognitive skills and reflection on their learning. Students are also shown the class average at each Bloom level after a test, and evaluate their score at each level.
- Students are taught the Bloom levels and write questions at each level in small groups. The groups exchange the questions and rank them to see if they correspond to the levels intended.
Crowe, A., Dirks, C., Wenderoth, M., Biology in Bloom: Implementing Bloom's Taxonomy to Enhance Student Learning in Biology, CBE - Life Sciences Education, Vol. 7, 368-381, 2009