Here’s another example of my favorite topic – “knowing” vs “using” information.
Refer to revised bloom's taxonomy. It talks about six levels of performance. Level 2 maps to “knowledge”, whereas level 3 maps to the “application” of information.
Option 1 (Know)
Match the features of following software modules with their names.
· Connect Is used to manage connectivity within a building
· Enterprise Helps manage all POUs from a central location
· Base Is used to manage connectivity within a building
· Power Is required to run all PIM modules
Option 2 (Use)
Your customer has three buildings in a campus environment. One of the buildings houses a formal data center, and the other buildings simply use telecommunication rooms for patching. They want to document their connectivity throughout the data center and the enterprise from a central location. Which module will you offer them?
While option 1 helps learners know the features, option 2 helps learners understand the customer requirement and provide a solution accordingly. Besides, option 2 requires learners to know the information too.
Which option will you use?
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