Bloom’s (Bloom et al, 1956) taxonomy of knowledge encompasses three central domains - the cognitive, the affective, and the psychomotor. University research and teaching, both historically and contemporaneously, validates objective and cognitive knowledge at the expense of subjective and affective forms of knowledge (Boler 1999; Cassell, 2002). This seminar aims to provide an argument for the use of affect, but more specifically, to provide practical examples of methods for implementing affect in classes, tutorials and laboratories. This interactive seminar will involve personal reflection, discussion, active learning activities, and will model a number of methods for using affect in the classroom.
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Te Hiwi, Braden
"Effecting Affect: Methods for facilitating affective knowledge in the classroom,"
Teaching Innovation Projects:
2, Article 1.
Available at: http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/tips/vol1/iss2/1