Taxonomies of Educational Objectives, Learning Activities, and Assessments
Taxonomy for Cognitive Domain for intellectual skills (Bloom's taxonomy)
List of levels and verbs for objectives from Hatfield's Workshop (pdf)
Bloom's cognitive domain levels taxonomy (Illinois Online Network)
Anderson and Krathwohl's revision to update Bloom's taxonomy (San Diego State University's Encyclopedia of Educational Technology)
A matrix of an Expanded Taxonomy of Learning from the National Teaching and Learning Forum to explain the Anderson and Krathwohl update to Bloom's taxonomy: the levels of learning, ways to describe learning objectives, what the student does, what the teacher does, and kinds of assessments for each level.
A job aid to help align your learning objectives, teaching activities, and assessments for the levels in Anderson and Krathwohl/s revision to update Bloom's taxonomy
A matrix you can fill in to map the kinds of knowledge your students will learn with the levels of cognitive learning
Taxonomy for Affective Domain for Attitude
A tutorial to learn the meanings of the levels of the affective domain (Wisc-Online Wisconsin Online Resource Center)
Taxonomy for Psychomotor Domain for physical skills
Psychomotor domain levels (San Diego State University's Encyclopedia of Educational Technology) provides explanation of the abilities to perform psychomotor skills successfully. This guides learning physical skills.
Taxonomy of Significant LearningL. Dee Fink's taxonomy for identifying significant, lasting learning more broadly than cognitive domain
Taxonomy of Significant Learning - a quick look at the categories