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BENJAMIN BLOOM

Benjamin Bloom  

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Excerpts from Educational Psychology: A Century of Contributions

Chapter 15: Benjamin S. Bloom: His Life, His Works, and His Legacy

Even today, more than 40 years later, there are few educators in the United States who are unable to recite the litany of knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.. ~ Lorin Anderson, "Benjamin S. Bloom: HIs Life, His Works, and His Legacy"


Bloom suggested that the ability of enviornmental factors to influence change in human characteristics decreases as the characteristics become more stable. ~ Lorin Anderson, "Benjamin S. Bloom: HIs Life, His Works, and His Legacy"


The challenge for teachers . . . is to find the needed extra time [to help struggling students], while at the same time, making better use of the time that is currently available. ~ Lorin Anderson, "Benjamin S. Bloom: HIs Life, His Works, and His Legacy"


There is a "window of opportunity" in which powerful environmental interventions are most likely to be successful. ~ Lorin Anderson, "Benjamin S. Bloom: HIs Life, His Works, and His Legacy"


Talent is not something to be found in the few; it is to be developed in the many. ~ Lorin Anderson, "Benjamin S. Bloom: HIs Life, His Works, and His Legacy"


 

 
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