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3 different domains

COGNITIVE
AFFECTIVE
PSYCHOMOTOR

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results from instruction: thinking, learning and from various levels of information

COGNITIVE

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COGNITIVE domain LEVEL 1 - remembering what was acquired in the past *information

COGNITIVE-KNOWLEDGE

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COGNITIVE domain LEVEL 2- understanding the meaning of the information

COGNITIVE-COMPREHENSION

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COGNITIVE domain LEVEL 3- using the information

COGNITIVE-APPLICATION

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COGNITIVE domain LEVEL 4- breaking information into parts to help understand all of the information

COGNITIVE-ANALYSIS

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COGNITIVE domain LEVEL 5- integrating the information as a whole

COGNITIVE-SYNTHESIS

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COGNITIVE domain LEVEL 6- using standards and criteria to judge the value of information

COGNITIVE-EVALUATION

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knowledge---------evaluation

COGNITIVE

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learning terms, facts, procedures or principles

COGNITIVE

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ability to translate and explain facts & principles > asked to identify fuel types

COGNITIVE

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apply facts and principles to a new situation >scene size and formulate a plan based on analysis and evaluation of outcomes

COGNITIVE

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uses of brain & senses to tell the body what to do
*AKA kinesthetic learning

PSYCHOMOTOR

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watching the activity

PSYCHOMOTOR-OBSERVATION

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copying the activity

PSYCHOMOTOR-IMITATION

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performing the activity based on instruction

PSYCHOMOTOR-MANIPULATION

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performing the skill/activity until it becomes habit 100% accuracy

PSYCHOMOTOR-PRECISION

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combining multiple skills together

PSYCHOMOTOR-ARTICULATION

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performing multiple skills together correctly all the time

PSYCHOMOTOR-NATURALIZATION

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the skill is demonstrated by the instructor and firefighter watches

PSYCHOMOTOR- comprehensive skill approach

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the firefighter does 1,2,3 steps in repetition of a skill until it becomes habit the "what if" questions to help determine how/when

PSYCHOMOTOR step-by-step

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the firefighter is able to adapt to changing situations to defend his/her choice of a skill

PSYCHOMOTOR combination of multiple skills

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the feeling or attitude domain

AFFECTIVE

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the things that make people unique, preferences, perceptions and values

AFFECTIVE

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awareness----acceptance---internalization---attitude

AFFECTIVE

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becoming aware of the skill

AFFECTIVE-receiving

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acknowledging the implication of alerting the skill or concept

AFFECTIVE-responding

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internalizing the skill or concept and having it become part of the everyday life

AFFECTIVE-valuing

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compare and contrast skills or concepts

AFFECTIVE-organizing

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adapting and personalizing skills or concepts

AFFECTIVE-characterization

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acquisition of new values

AFFECTIVE

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willing to learn/go to class

AFFECTIVE

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acknowledgement of the concept > studies for test & participates in activities

AFFECTIVE

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internalization of values: the FF volunteers to participate

AFFECTIVE

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internalization of the organization of information> the FF decides ti pursue continuing education b/c the additional training can keep him/her abreast of new developments

AFFECTIVE

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full adoption of the new values

AFFECTIVE