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Transcript of Benjamin Bloom
Born in Lansford, Pennsylvania on February 21, 1913
BA and MA from Penn State
Ph. D from the University of Chicago March 1942
Passed away September 13, 1999
All students succeeding
Bloom's most well-known contribution is his theory and practice of Mastery Learning.
-Bloom's Taxonomy has been used since the mid 1950's.
-There are controversies surrounding Bloom's, stating that it is obsolete for the educational world today.
-Using Bloom's Hierarchy of learning allows for educators to get a better outcome from students because it has been scaffolded for them to achieve.
-Using the Hierarchy aides in building curriculum and class lessons.
1956-Taxonomy of Educational Objectives Book 1: Cognitive Domain
1965-Affective Domain: The Classification of Educational Goals (Taxonomy of Educational Objectives)
1971- Handbook on Formative and Summative Evaluation of Student Learning
1982-All Our Children Learning
1984-Taxonomy of Educational Objectives, Book 2: Affective Domain
1985-Developing Talent in Young People