Learning and Teaching in the Affective Domain

Mary Miller, Edited by Michael Orey

This article addresses attitudes and attitude change in students. Several theories of attitude change are discussed, such as cognitive dissonance theory, affective-cognitive consistency, social judgment theories, social learning theory and functional theories. For each of these the author provides a paragraph or more of background and definition, and the theories are also presented in a table. The article also features sections on instructional design for attitude change, with examples and links to lesson plans.

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Subject: Education
Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Overview/Summary
Research on Learning: Affective Domain
Topics: Education