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The Affective Domain: The role of emotions, attitudes, and motivation in teaching and learning. 2012 CTE Summer Institute on Teaching and Learning.
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The affective domain the role of emotions attitudes and motivation in teaching and learningSlide 1

The Affective Domain:The role of emotions, attitudes, and motivation in teaching and learning

2012 CTE Summer Institute on Teaching and Learning

The affective domain the role of emotions attitudes and motivation in teaching and learningSlide 2

Emotion and Cognition are inextricably linked and perhaps never entirely separate, distinctive nor pure. ~William James

The separation of the head from the heart has contributed to a fractured education system that produces minds that do not know how to feel and hearts that do not know how to think. ~Parker Palmer

The affective domain the role of emotions attitudes and motivation in teaching and learningSlide 3

I’ve come to the frightening conclusion that I am the decisive element in the classroom. It’s my personal approach that creates the climate. It’s my daily mood that makes the weather. As a teacher, I possess tremendous power to make a student’s life miserable or joyous. I can be a tool of torture or an instrument of inspiration. I can humiliate or humor, hurt or heal. In all situations, it is my response that decides whether a crisis will be escalated or de-escalated and a student humanized or de-humanized.

~HaimGinott

What makes us humanSlide 4

What makes us human?

  • Language / Communication

  • Emotions

  • Homo Sapiens (wise man)

  • Sentient Beings (conscious)

  • Epistemology (scientific method)

  • Empathy

  • Reflexive Mind = Symbolic Interaction

    • The symbolic world

    • The symbolic self

The reflexive mindSlide 5

The Reflexive Mind

  • Humans are defined by Symbolic Interaction

    • Language / Communication = Symbolic

    • Epistemology (meaning is emergent / contextual)

    • Associations / Appropriations / Attributions

    • Defining the Situation (schemas / mental models)

The reflexive mind1Slide 6

The Reflexive Mind

  • Locus of our central nervous system

    • Mirror Neurons = Empathy

    • Symbols mediate our experience

  • Thomas Theorem = Mind over Matter

    • Placebo effect

    • Self-fulfilling prophesies

    • Halo effect

    • Reification

    • Pygmalion in the classroom

Significance of the affective domainSlide 7

Significance of the Affective Domain

  • A strong relationship between affect and memory – evolution?

  • A strong relationship between affect and student engagement = motivation, confidence

  • A strong relationship between affect high impact activities = deep / significant learning

  • A strong relationship between affect and self identity = self-esteem

What is the affective domainSlide 8

What is the Affective Domain?

  • Motivations

  • Moods

  • Feelings

  • Emotions

  • Attitudes

  • Beliefs / Values

Yerkes dodson lawSlide 9

Yerkes / Dodson Law

What is the affective domain1Slide 10

What is the Affective Domain?

  • Motivations

  • Moods

  • Feelings

  • Emotions

  • Attitudes

  • Beliefs / Values

  • Choice / Power

  • Communication

    • Syllabus

    • 1st day of class

  • Relevance / Need / Value

  • Enthusiasm

  • Priming

  • Humor

  • Group activities (T/P/S)

  • Community

  • Competition

What is the affective domain2Slide 11

What is the Affective Domain?

  • Motivations

  • Moods

  • Feelings

  • Emotions

  • Attitudes

  • Beliefs / Values

  • Compelling examples

  • “Real” examples

  • Emotional contagion

  • Re-Define situations

  • Small group activities

  • Role playing

  • Group processing

  • Reflection papers

  • Learning log

What is the affective domain3Slide 12

What is the Affective Domain?

  • Motivations

  • Moods

  • Feelings

  • Emotions

  • Attitudes

  • Beliefs / Values

  • High Impact activities

    • The first day of class

    • Learning Communities

    • Service Learning

    • PBL / TBL

    • Under Grad. Research

    • Internships/Externships

    • Study Abroad

What is the affective fieldSlide 13

What is the Affective Field?

  • The space around people and their environment.

    • Lighting

    • Color

    • Architecture

    • Climate

    • Configuration

    • Sound

What is the affective field1Slide 14

What is the Affective Field?

The space between the people engaged

in an interaction

Show Compassion / Empathy

Be Authentic (be yourself)

Be Non-Judgmental

Be Personable (get to know them; vice versa)

Be strict, but fair

Attend to nonverbals

Extend the benefit of the doubt

  • Safety

  • Trust

  • Respect

  • Power

  • Communication

Implications for course curriculum designSlide 15

Implications for course / curriculum design

  • Communication -verbal, written and body

  • High impact activities

  • Small group work / learning communities

  • Service learning

  • Self – assessment

    • (reflection papers, learning logs, etc.)

  • Group processing

  • Capstone courses / learning portfolios

Additional tipsSlide 16

Additional Tips

  • Share your Teaching Philosophy

  • Tell stories - embellish

  • Provide guidelines / rationale

  • Frequency reduces awkwardness

  • Incremental / escalating success builds confidence

  • Make relevant to life and career

Additional resourcesSlide 17

Additional Resources

Teaching and Learning in Affective Domainhttp://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/index.php?title=Teaching_and_Learning_in_Affective_Domain

Learning and Affective Behaviorshttp://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/learning/affective.html

Affective Domain and Learning Objectives http://curriculum.fullcoll.edu/FC%20Documents/Measurable%20Verbs/Instructional%20Objective%20Verbs%20--%20Affective%20Domain.pdf

Bloom’s 3 learning Domainshttp://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/bloom.html

The Role of Emotion in Memoryhttp://www.memory-key.com/NatureofMemory/emotion.htm


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