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Leading and Learning in the Affective Classoom. Class 8. Objective. To synthesize the concepts of cognitive and affective learning goals to achieve a dynamic, internalized learning experience . Grading takes the fun out of learning . . . .

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Leading and learning in the affective classoom

Leading and Learning in the Affective Classoom

Class 8


Objective

Objective

  • To synthesize the concepts of cognitive and affective learning goals to achieve a dynamic, internalized learning experience


Grading takes the fun out of learning

Grading takes the fun out of learning . . .

http://www.ted.com/talks/shimon_schocken_the_self_organizing_computer_course.html?utm_source=newsletter_weekly_2012-10-04&utm_campaign=newsletter_weekly&utm_medium=email


How do we provide engaged learning

How do we provide engaged learning?


Affective domain

Affective Domain

Kratwohl, D.R., Bloom, B.S., and Masia, B. B. (1964). Taxonomy of educational objectives: The classification

of educational goals. Handbook II: Affective domain, Allyn and Bacon: Boston, Mass.


The impact of the affective domain

The impact of the Affective Domain

  • What are affective learning outcomes?

  • Attitudes: Four interrelated qualities


Learning theories of attitude change

Learning Theories of Attitude Change

Social Learning Theory

  • Learning occurs through

    observation and modeling

  • How can peers teach peers?


Research on attitude change

Research on Attitude Change

  • Simonson & Maushak (2001)

    • Six guidelines for effective design of attitude instruction

      • Realistic, relevant, and technically stimulating

      • New information

      • Be credible in persuasion

      • Elicit purposeful emotional involvement

      • Involve the learner

      • Summative evaluation

Simonson, M. and Maushak, N. (2001). Instructional technology and attitude change. In D. Jonassen (Ed.), Handbook of research for educational communications

and technology (pp. 984-1016). Mahway, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

Accessed in: projects.coe.uga.eduepitt/index.php?title=Teaching_and_Learning_in_Affective_Domain&printable=yes.


Example in education

Example in Education

  • When Students Do the Teaching

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqoYdHqdWU4&feature=youtu.be


Project three

Project Three

  • Photo Composition PPT

  • Images of Loneliness and Solitude

  • Animoto

  • Animoto Example


Leading and learning in the affective classoom

  • Lynch, D. R., Russell, J. S., Evans, J. C., & Sutterer, K. G. (2009). Beyond the Cognitive: The Affective Domain, Values, and the Achievement of the Vision. Journal Of Professional Issues In Engineering Education & Practice, 135(1), 47-56. doi:10.1061/(ASCE)1052-3928(2009)135:1(47)

  • Mad child = aadomaityte.blogspot.com

  • Happy child = more4kids.info

  • Cognition = finntrack.co.uk

  • Behavioral intentions = thegeminigeek.com

  • Affective response = eatdirtandthrive.wordpress.com


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