A Checklist for Designing Instruction in the Affective Domain
Barbara L. Martin August 1989 Educational Technology v29 n8 pp7-15

This paper presents a simple model for accomplishing the often complex and nebulous task of developing instruction for the affective domain. The processes of needs assessment, writing objectives, sequencing affective and cognitive objectives, selecting instructional procedures, and designing affective evaluation instruments are discussed. The paper concludes with a checklist for instructional design.

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Subject: Education
Resource Type: Scientific Resources:Research Results, Report
Research on Learning: Instructional Design, Affective Domain
Topics: Education