Education Analyzing the Curriculum

The educational goals enable learners to attain various values, traits, and virtues from learning. For instance, the goals promote individual responsibility and accountability and positive attitudes towards conservation of the natural environment.

The societal goals of education aim at furthering political and social awareness such as understanding the political structure of the global economy and attaining high levels of patriotism.

2. Administrative goals- The administrative goals aim at ensuring that the learner attains administrative skills that are essential in driving change and attaining organizational goals (McKernan &amp. McKernan, 2013). For instance, one is taught on planning, time organization, a delegation of responsibilities and leadership aspects. This is the case with principals of high schools and administrators in higher learning institutions.

3. Educational aims- These goals are set by policymakers and curriculum professionals. For instance, educational aims may include promoting respect for cultural diversity and fostering positive attitudes towards other nations. Accordingly, attaining sound moral values is another educational aim.

5. Learning Objectives – These are traits and characteristics that enable the learner to become a better person in society. For instance, the student may learn about honesty, patriotism, and teamwork.

Bloom Taxonomy was developed in 1956 under the leadership of Dr. Benjamin Bloom, an educational psychologist who aimed at promoting education through analysis and evaluation of concepts, procedures, and principles (Moore, 2012). The taxonomy outlines three domains of educational activities that include cognitive (mental skills), affective (attitude or self) and psychomotor (manual or physical skills).

Cognitive domain deals with knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. The domain deals with the development of intellectual skills that are essential in recognition of procedures and concepts that further development of intellectual abilities (McKernan &amp. McKernan, 2013).