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Professor benjamin bloom of chicago university and co-workers that met from 1948 to 1953, devised a stairway with six steps, six learning levels the six. By benjamin s bloom (author), david r krathwohl (author) a taxonomy for learning, teaching, and assessing: a revision of bloom's taxonomy of. Bloom bm, maimaris c, lecky f et al(2016) letter in response to 'classification of traumatic brain injury severity using informed data reduction in a series of. “bloom's taxonomy,” first articulated in 1956 by benjamin bloom and others in taxonomy of educational objectives, provides six categories of learning that can . The classification system came to be called bloom's taxonomy, after benjamin bloom, one of the editors of the volume, and has had significant and lasting.
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