affective learning

affective learning

the acquisition of behaviors involved in expressing feelings in attitudes, appreciations, and values.
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In about 40 percent of the courses, faculty used concepts maps for assessing cognitive learning outcomes and reflective journals for both cognitive and affective learning.
One of the most important empirical and theoretical contributions this study makes to the previous research and theory in service-learning is that transformational learning is more apt to persist over the long-term if there are opportunities for reflective and affective learning processes to take place.
student motivation to learn is mediated by affective learning.
Curriculum changes that promote cognitive and affective learning of self and others should be integrated across all learning contexts in order to ensure a greater, longer-lasting benefit (Suasjord, 1997).
Three of C's: constructivism, cognitive learning, and components, are mainly theoretical components, while the others: collaborative learning, creativity, and customization, are practical methods used by educators to foster effective and affective learning.
Experience gained from this style of teaching includes enhancement of the student-faculty relationship, affective learning, and increased student sensory stimulations.
The affective learning process practiced at JFSC sets the conditions to prepare graduates to effectively apply joint doctrine and succeed in a joint environment.
Debriefing questions are insightful, nondirective, and designed to draw out both cognitive and affective learning.
In addition, affective learning is the catalyst for students' class attendance, participation, involvement, and study habits.
It is more difficult to write clear and meaningful affective learning objectives than any other type of objective.
Clark, Walker, and Keith found that students who met with the instructor during office hours differed from the control group in the gains they made in levels of affective learning.
His emphasis on education for the heart as well as the mind not only drew from but also influenced research on affective learning, imagination and creative play, and many related areas of study in child development and early learning.