Development of professional competencies of masters using Blum’s taxonomy

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  • D.Ye. Nurmakhanova
  • G.I. Meyirova


Bloom's taxonomy, cognitive process, organic chemistry, independent work, personality-oriented approach


The article deals with one of the urgent problems of the modern educational paradigm – the
ways of forming the cognitive activity of undergraduates, the methodology of organizing independent
work. The article is based on the results of research work carried out recent years at the Department of
Chemistry, KazNPU named after Abai. The methodology of organizing independ work of undergraduates of specialty «7М05301-Chemistry»
on the special course «Applied aspects of modern organic chemistry» on Bloom’s taxonomy has been
developed. In accordance with the learning objectives specified in the curriculum, in order to form the
logical and algorithmic thinking of thefuture specialists, indepent workon the discipline is carried out
un the algorithmic thinking of the future specialists, independent work on the discipline is carried out
in the form of an oral report, summary, report, individual assignment and final abstract. The tasks are
given with gradual complication to consistently achieve from the lowest level of knowledge to the highest.
Students in the process of consistently completing tasks have a holistic approach to the perception of a
given educational material.
According to the results of the study, the effectiveness of the organization of independent work of
undergraduates in teaching chemistry at a higher school on Bloom’s taxonomy was revealed. It is shown
that pedagogical experience makes it possible to form the competencies and skills of a student in accordance
with his real needs and creates conditions for the formation of competitive specialists.




How to Cite

Nurmakhanova Д., & Meyirova Г. . (2023). Development of professional competencies of masters using Blum’s taxonomy. Bulletin of L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University. Pedagogy. Psychology. Sociology Series., 145(4), 175–184. Retrieved from