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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Taxonomy of educational objectives.
New York : D. McKay, 1956-1964
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Benjamin S Bloom; David R Krathwohl; Bertram B Masia
|ISBN:||0679302093 9780679302094 058232386X 9780582323865 0582323851 9780582323858|
|Description:||2 volumes (207, xiv, 196 pages) : illustrations ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||I. Introduction and explanation : 1. Overview of the taxonomy project : First work on the taxonomy ; Values of the taxonomy ; The three domains of the taxonomy ; Development and use of the taxonomy in the cognitive domain ; Beginning work on the affective domain --
2. The need for a classification of affective objectives : Limited evaluation of affective objectives ; Erosion of affective objectives ; School grading and affective objectives ; Slow attainment of affective objectives ; Teaching for affective learning in relations to cognitive objectives ; Clarification of cognitive and affective objectives ; The contributions of a taxonomy of affective objectives --
3. The basis for affective domain in the classroom : The search for an affective continuum ; Internalization: its nature ; Internalization as it appears in the taxonomy structure ; Relation of the affective-domain structure to common affective terms ; The relation of internalization to the development of conscience ; The neutrality of the taxonomy --
4. The relation of the affective to the cognitive domain : The fundamental unity of the organism ; The arbitrariness of classification schemes ; The affective component of cognitive objectives ; Relations between the taxonomy categories of the two domains ; Other relationships between the cognitive and affective domains : Cognitive objectives as means to affective goals ; Simultaneous achievement of cognitive and affective goals.Some school-related differences between the cognitive and affective domains --
5. The classification of educational objectives and measures in the affective domain : Measures in the affective domain : The classification of objectives : Test yourself on the classification of these objectives. The classification of test items : Test yourself on the classification of items. 6. A new look at curriculum, evaluation, and research : Achievement of affective objectives and behaviors ; Relationship between the cognitive and affective domains ; Some additional research problems. II. The affective domain taxonomy : 1. Receiving (attending) : Awareness : Awareness - illustrative educational objectives ; testing for awareness ; Awareness - selected examples from the test literature.Willingness to receive : Willingness to receive-illustrative educational objectives ; Test for willingness to receive ; willingness to receive - selected examples from the test literature. Controlled or selected attention : Controlled or selected attention - illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for controlled or selective attention ; Controlled or selected attention-selected examples from test literature. 2. Responding : Acquiescence in responding : Acquiescence in responding-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for acquiescence in responding ; Acquiescence in responding-selected examples from test literature. Willingness to respond : Willingness to respond-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for Willingness to respond ; Willingness to respond-selected examples from the test literature.Satisfaction in response : Satisfaction in response-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for Satisfaction in response ; Satisfaction in response-selected examples from test literature. 3. Valuing : Acceptance of a value : Acceptance of a value-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for acceptance of a value ; Acceptance of a value-selected examples from test literature. Preference for a value : Preference for a value-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for preference for a value ; Preference for a value-selected examples from test literature. Commitment : Commitment-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for commitment ; Commitment-selected examples from test literature. 4. Organization : Conceptualization of a value : Conceptualization of a value-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for conceptualization of a value ; Conceptualization of a value-selected examples from test literature. Organization of a value system : Organization of a value system-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for Organization of a value system ; Organization of a value system-selected examples from test literature. 5. Characterization by a value or value complex : Generalized set : Generalized set-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for Generalized set ; Generalized set-selected examples from test literature. Characterization : Characterization-illustrative educational objectives ; Testing for Characterization ; Characterization-selected examples from test literature.
|Responsibility:||by a committee of college and university examiners ; Benjamin S. Bloom, editor.|