This paper illustrates the power of Bloom's revised taxonomy for teaching, learning and assessing  in aligning our curriculum expectations and our assessment tools in multivariable calculus. The particular assessment tool considered involves a common matching problem to evaluate students' abilities to think about functions from graphical and formulaic representations. Through this analysis we gain additional understanding of why students may have difficulty in performing well on certain activities.
Green, K. (2011). Matching functions and graphs at multiple levels of Bloom’s revised taxonomy. [Electronic version]. Retrieved [insert date], from Fisher Digital Publications: http://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/math_facpub/4/