Bloom's taxonomy is a toolbox that teachers or students can use to classify and organize learning objectives.
It's most popular version is based on the cognitive domain and assumes that learning should be structured from easy to difficult in the following 6 steps:
On the first level, we learn to remember. There is just rote memorization and recollection of facts without much understanding. For example, if we learn about lemons, we want to remember the name, shape, colour, size and that they are sour. Once we memorized these essentially meaningless facts, we move to the second level of learning.
On level two we learn to understand. We begin to decode information and learn that a lemon is yellow when it's ripe to eat and if we take a bite, that it's super sour. We also understand that lemons love sunshine and that they contain lots of vitamin C, which is a great natural antioxidant that keeps us healthy. Now as we understand a lemon, we can work with it.
On the third level, we apply what we know. We've understood that while lemons are sour, they are also a great provider of vitamin C.
To apply this knowledge in a meaningful way. We could boil a lemon into hot water and add some honey. Then serve this hot lemon to our sick sister, who needs treatment.
On the fourth level, we learn to analyze. This involves examining and breaking down information into components, determining how the parts relate to one another and finding evidence to support generalizations. We study the lemon flesh, examine the skin and look at levels of vitamins. We conclude that we can eat everything inside, while the skin tastes bitter and contains traces of toxic pesticides. It ought not to be consumed.
Now we are ready to evaluate. We analyze, critique and compare. To evaluate our lemon as a good source of vitamin, we compare it to other sources, such as oranges and supplements. We look at the following properties: vitamin levels, affordability, taste, and packaging waste. If we evaluate our thoughts critically and without bias, we learn where the lemons score high and where others score higher.
Now after we have learned, understood, applied, analyzed and evaluated, we are ready to create. As we now really understand lemons, also in comparison to similar things, we can formulate a plan to create our natural lemonade.
It's now easy to can come up with cute shop design, a good name "sweet lemons" and a good slogan "natural healthy yummy".