Descriptions of the objectives of education have varied from general, all-inclusive statements, to extended lists of details. The inadequacy of general statements has been recognized by curriculum makers and several attempts have been made to develop more detailed classifications. The best-known classifications have used a mixture of general and specific abilities, or of general and specific activities.
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Ojemann, R. H.
"The Application of Psychological Classification of Changes Effected through Learning to Problems of Curriculum Construction,"
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