HISTORY AND PHYSICAL - CASE 2 Patient: Benjamin Engelhart Patient ID: 112592 DOB: 10/5/1966 Age: 46 Sex: Male Date of Admission: 11/14/2012 Emergency Room Physician: Alex McClure, M.D. Admitting Diagnosis: Acute Appendicitis HISTORY OF PRESENT ILLNESS: This 46-year-old gentleman with past medical history significant only for degenerative disease of the bilateral hips, secondary to arthritis, presents to the emergency room after having had three days of abdominal pain
RADIOLOGY REPORT Patient Name: Benjamin Engelhart Patient ID: 112592 DOB: 10/05/ Age: 46 Sex: M CT Scan No: 10-790031 Ordering Physician: Alex McClure, MD Procedure: CT scan of abdomen and pelvis without contrast. Date of Procedure: 11/14/2012 HISTORY: RLQ pain, no previous studies. ABDOMEN: The lung basis appeared unremarkable. The liver, spleen, gallbladder, adrenals, kidneys and pancreas and abdominal aorta appeared unremarkable. The bowels seen on the study appeared thickened
The idea for Bloom’s Taxonomy was born in 1948 during an informal meeting at the American Psychological Association Convention in Boston, by Benjamin S Bloom and a committee of over 30 leading educators. (Bloom, Engelhart, Furst, Hill & Krathwol, 1956 p. 4) Although the taxonomy is general referred to as Bloom’s Taxonomy, the work is considered a group product that came form many revisions. (Bloom et al., 1956 p.9) The original work of Bloom’s Taxonomy (OW) came in the form of handbook, titled the
thought of tying someone up in bandages. These three styles of learning were brought about by a man called Benjamin S Bloom (1913-1999). Bloom's (and his colleagues') initial attention was focused on the 'Cognitive Domain', which was the first published part of Bloom's Taxonomy, featured in the publication: 'Taxonomy Of Educational Objectives: Handbook 1, The Cognitive Domain' (Bloom, Engelhart, Furst, Hill, Krathwohl, 1956). The 'Taxonomy of Educational Objectives: Handbook II, The Affective Domain'
this involves interaction which allows knowledge and experience to be shared between the teacher and the learners; * Learner centred: this is where learners explore and discover by themselves, either on their own or in small collaborative groups. Benjamin Bloom provided the theory of Taxonomy to help tutors choose the appropriate teaching method. He made a classification of learning objectives that educators set for students in order to create a more holistic form of education. Bloom’s Taxonomy divides