Integrating Cognitive with Affective learning in Online Education. WANG Heng Beijing Foreign Studies University. Overview. Background Purpose of the Study Review of the Literature Methods and Findings Conclusions and Recommendations. Background: Online Learning.
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Integrating Cognitive with Affective learning in Online Education
Beijing Foreign Studies University
-- to emphasize and address the affective issue in the online education.
-- to provide recommendations in integrating cognitive with affective learning in online education so as to help instructors create effective and positive online learning environments.
“Lack of admin vision.”
“Lack of incentive from admin and the fact that they do not understand what we need.”
“Lack of system support.”
“Difficulty in performing lab experiments online.”
“Lack of appropriate models for pedagogy.”
“More ideas than time to implement.”
“Not enough time to correct online assign.”
“People need sleep; Web spins forever.”
Findings: Problems Faced
To Cope with the Interpersonal Machine, We Need Instructor’s Loving Support!!!
e.g. “The total experience”(p vii & viii ibid)
course design (41%)
e.g. “Interactive face to face methods”are rated most highly or “the best for this group of 95,000 students as learning remains a profoundly social experience” (p x ibid)