Church House (Churches, A.2008: 2) knowledge of the periodontal Bloom was newly renovated. Also known as the Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy theory, it describes new behavior. Actions and opportunities that emerge with technology advancements, in which Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy describes traditional classroom behavior and actions. But does not explain new processes and actions Related to social media or web 2.0 technology that is becoming more and more widespread. The ethane serial both traditional and revision taxonomy by Anderson and Krathwohl, both of which do not focus only on the cognitive domain or cognitive domain. It is considered useful to practitioners in the classroom But didn’t mention various activities that should be implemented in the class. Therefore, the Digital Taxonomy is not limited to the cognitive domain or cognitive domain only and more than that Digital Taxonomy also includes cognitive elements, methods, and tools.
Which can be used in class. However, in Bloom’s theory there are different levels of knowledge That illustrates the learning process But it is not clear that the learner must start learning at the lowest level In other words, learning can begin at any point first. But by nature, learning begins at a lower level than before. In addition, various knowledge levels The learning process is also affected by collaboration. (Collaboration) which influences learning Which will help facilitate the digital media. And create more digital classrooms.
Churches then summarized the mind map.Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy is as follows: