psychomotor domain


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psychomotor domain

the area of observable performance of skills that require some degree of neuromuscular coordination.
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The psychomotor domain incorporation was labeled as helpful by the students.
In their research, Bloom et al (4) determined that most learning objectives fell into the cognitive domain, followed by the affective, and the fewest learning objectives fell into the psychomotor domain.
Affective Domain which is intended to test and develop emotional and sentimental approach of learners and the Psychomotor Domain which is to develop physical motor faculty of learners.
The psychomotor domain on the proper demonstration of safe medication obtained the highest emphasis on academic instructions.
Documenting student performance in the psychomotor domain (direct assessment) may shift from student-completed to rater-completed items.
Since Bloom's work and, more latterly, Dave's, other researchers have contributed both detail and, in the case of the psychomotor domain, alternative structures.
Bloom's taxonomy is used because it provides the ability to develop a Table for a teacher made test in the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.
Unlike the affective domain, the psychomotor domain is easily measured.
Within each section, individual chapters on focused topics provide competencies in three domains of educational outcomes: the Cognitive Domain (Knowledge), the Psychomotor Domain (Skills), and the Affective Domain (Attitudes).
The psychomotor domain involves physical movement, coordination, and the use of motor skills and is generally associated with training.
Foursomes rarely discuss anything other than components that would fall within the psychomotor domain.