Proceedings of The 5th International Academic Conference on Education, Teaching and Learning
Critical Knowledge Transfer on Achieving Bloom Taxonomy Objectives in High-Tech Teacher-Centered Environment
Xiaohan Liu, Pitipong Yodmongko
Critical knowledge, compared with knowledge, emphasizes the vital knowledge that is valuable and competitive in the future. This study concentrates on the critical knowledge of teaching tools and techniques to achieve the educational objectives of Bloom Taxonomy in a digital education environment that is teacher-centered oriented with high technology support. Utilizing knowledge elicitation to interact with experts through interviews to capture the deep smartness and representing the know-what and know-how through knowledge mapping, which transfers the tacit knowledge in experts’ heads into explicit knowledge. Therefore, we propose a guideline for university teachers as a reference to teach to accomplish the educational goals step by step, eliminating the knowledge rework and prospecting the potential of innovation in particular.
keywords: critical knowledge transfer, knowledge elicitation, high-tech & teacher-centered.