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Prospects

, Volume 30, Issue 3, pp 387–395 | Cite as

Benjamin Bloom

1913–99
  • Elliot W. Eisner
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References

  1. Block, J. 1971.Mastery learning: theory and practice. New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston.Google Scholar
  2. Bloom, B. 1964.Stability and change in human characteristics. New York, John Wiley & Sons.Google Scholar
  3. Bloom, B., et al. 1956.Taxonomy of educational objectives: Handbook I, The cognitive domain. New York, David McKay & Co.Google Scholar
  4. Bloom, B.; Broder, L. 1958.Problem-solving processes of college students. Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
  5. Bloom, B., et al. 1985.Developing talent in young people. New York, Ballantine.Google Scholar
  6. Dave, R. H. 1963.The identification and measurement of environmental process variables that are related to educational achievement. Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Chicago.Google Scholar

Books authored or co-authored by Bloom

  1. 1948.Teaching by discussion. Chicago, IL, College of the University of Chicago. (With J. Axelrod et al.)Google Scholar
  2. 1965a.Methods in personality assessment. Glencoe, IL, Free Press. (With G.G. Stern and M.I. Stein.)Google Scholar
  3. 1956b.Taxonomy of educational objectives: Handbook I, The cognitive domain. New York, David McKay & Co. (With D. Krathwohl et al.)Google Scholar
  4. 1958a.Evaluation in secondary schools. New Delhi, All India Council for Secondary Education.Google Scholar
  5. 1958b.Problem-solving processes of college students. Chicago, IL, University of Chicago Press. (With L. Broder.)Google Scholar
  6. 1961a.Evaluation in higher education. New Delhi. University Grants Commission.Google Scholar
  7. 1961b.Use of academic prediction scales for counseling and selecting college entrants. Glencoe, IL, Free Press. (With F. Peters).Google Scholar
  8. 1964a.Stability and change in human characteristics. New York, John Wiley & Sons.Google Scholar
  9. 1964b.Taxonomy of educational objectives: Volume II, The affective domain. New York, David McKay & Co. (With B. Masia and D. Krathwohl.)Google Scholar
  10. 1965.Compensatory education for cultural deprivation. New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston. (With A. Davis and R. Hess.)Google Scholar
  11. 1966.International study of achievement in mathematics: a comparison of twelve countries. Vols I & II. New York, John Wiley & Sons. (T. Husén, Editor; B. Bloom, Associate Editor.)Google Scholar
  12. 1971.Handbook on formative and summative evaluation of student learning. New York, McGraw-Hill. (With J.T. Hasting, G.F. Madaus and others.)Google Scholar
  13. 1976.Human characteristics and school learning. New York, McGraw-Hill.Google Scholar
  14. 1980.The state of research on selected alterable variables in education. Chicago, IL, University of Chicago, MESA Publication. (With MESA Student Group.)Google Scholar
  15. 1980.All our children learning: a primer for parents, teachers, and other educators. New York, McGraw-Hill.Google Scholar
  16. 1981.Evaluation to improve learning. New York, McGraw-Hill. (With G.F. Madaus and J.T. Hastings.)Google Scholar
  17. 1985.Developing talent in young people. New York, Ballantine. (With L.A. Sosniak et al.)Google Scholar
  18. 1993.The home environment and social learning. San Francisco, CA, Jossey-Bass. (T. Kellaghan, K. Sloane, B. Alvarez and B. Bloom.)Google Scholar

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