Benjamin Bloom's "All Our Children Learning"
This paper is a critical review of Benjamin Bloom's "All Our Children Learning" about educational reform, role of parents, theory, resource allotment, curriculum, Mastery learning and grading.
# 21842 | 2,475 words | 3 sources | 1995 |
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From the Paper:"Benjamin Bloom's All Our Children Learning: A Primer for Parents, Teachers, and Other Educators is, as its title suggests, a compendium of information and articles by Bloom designed to guide parents in educating their children as much as the children's offical teachers. Beginning with overviews, he then addresses the path from home to school and the home's effect on school, school itself, and the process of evaluation. Bloom, author of Bloom's taxonomy, works at the University of Chicago, where John Dewey established a department of pedagogy as well as what amounted to a school of philosophy. He could thus be expected to propose ideas similar to or in harmony with Dewey's ideas of looser structure, investigation over instruction, and philosophical indeterminism. For the most part, this is the case. The ideas remain interesting; the question is whether they are ... "
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