Citations with the tag: AFFECTIVE education

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  • Two-year olds' responses to affectionate and caregiving teacher behavior.
    Zanolli, Kathleen; Saudargas, Richard // Child Study Journal; Mar1990, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p35 

    Explores the reciprocity of affection in day-care teacher-child relationships. Classification of child's responses; Discussion of the importance of frequent smiling to fostering reciprocal response from children; Behavior definitions in the observation code.

  • Implementing a successful affective curriculum.
    Wood, Susan J.; P.L.A. // Intervention in School & Clinic; Nov96, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p126 

    Offers advice and suggestions in implementing a successful affective curriculum. Definition of affective education; Expectations; Teacher planning; Activities.

  • Nurturing hemispheric preference through affective education.
    Sonnier, Isadore L.; Sonnier, Claudine B. // Journal of Instructional Psychology; Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p182 

    Focuses on the nurturing of hemispheric preference through affective education. Analytical learners; Educational equilibrium; Holistic education; Individual differences; Learning styles; Teaching styles; Visual learners; Cognitive achievement; Affective achievement; Intellectual growth and...

  • Affective influences in the knowledge of mathematics.
    G�mez-Chac�n, In�s Mar�a // Educational Studies in Mathematics; 2000, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p149 

    In this paper, a model for the study of the interaction between cognition and affect in Mathematics is proposed. Using this model, the description of emotional reactions and their origin is made possible, as are the changes and evolution within the subjects of analysis. Certain important...

  • Year-Round Schools Can Stimulate Learning.
    G�mez-Chac�n, In�s Mar�a // USA Today Magazine; Aug2000, Vol. 129 Issue 2663, p7 

    Suggests that year-round schools are the answer to stimulating student learning.

  • The Continuing Controversy Over Affective Education .
    Beane, James A. // Educational Leadership; Dec85/Jan86, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p26 

    Examines key issues relevant to affective education in the U.S. Promotion of learning; Roots of affective education; Role of schools.

  • Dissociative Affective and Associative Priming Effects in the Lexical Decision Task: Yes Versus...
    Wentura, Dirk // Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory & Cognition; Mar2000, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p456 

    Provides information on affective priming effect, the shorter evaluative or lexical decision latencies for affectively congruent prime-target pairs. Evaluation of the prime target configuration in the lexical decision task; Foci of attention in affective priming research.

  • THE POETICS AND PROGRAM OF THE PERSONAL DISCOVERY PROCESS.
    Tate, Timothy; Bellante, Albert // Education; Spring82, Vol. 102 Issue 3, p295 

    The paper "The Poetics and Program of the Personal Discovery Process" addresses the increasing inability of curricula to meet the needs of adolescence. The problem is there are no effective delivery systems within school structure to challenge adolescents in meaningful ways. The method which the...

  • Affective Education: The State of the Art.
    Costa, Arthur L. // Educational Leadership; Jan1977, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p260 

    Evaluates the state of the practice of affective education. Standardized measures of affect; Observational and inferential measures; Affective curriculum and teaching strategies.

  • The relationship between teacher management communication style and affective learning.
    Chory, Rebecca M.; McCroskey, James C. // Communication Quarterly; Winter99, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p1 

    Focuses on the relationship between teacher management communication style and affective learning in West Virginia. Impact of teacher leadership and decision-making on student affective learning; Influence of affective learning to behavior beyond the classroom; Outcomes associated with...

  • INTEGRATING AN Affective Component IN THE CURRICULUM FOR GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS.
    Johnson, Karen // Gifted Child Today; Fall2001, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p14 

    Focuses on the importance of providing an affective education for the gifted and talented students. Implications of affective education; Role of teachers in integrating an affective component in the curriculum; Influence of affective education on the personal growth of the students.

  • Medway and Smith's 'An Examination of Contemporary Elementary School Affective Education Programs'
    Gumaer, Jim // Personnel & Guidance Journal; May79, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p486 

    Reviews the article 'An Examination of Contemporary Elementary School Affective Education Programs,' by Frederick J. Medway and Robert C. Smith Jr. found in the publication 'Psychology in Schools.' Examination of the four most often used sets of affective education programmed materials.

  • Guest Editorial.
    Rubin, Louis // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p483 

    Editorial. Examines the affective dimensions of education. Survey on the people who leave the workforce in their best years; Classrooms advocated by theorists to seek a better symmetry between cognitive and affective aims; Aim of affective education; Characteristics that separate an artist...

  • AFFECTIVE EDUCATION in the Age of Productivity.
    Carkhuff, Robert R. // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p484 

    Analyzes the role of affective education in the age of productivity. Relationship between affective skills and human productivity; Diagram to illustrate the critical phases of human evolution; Contribution of educators in the affective education of learners; Significance of teachers with high...

  • AFFECTIVE EDUCATION Or None at All.
    Combs, Arthur W. // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p494 

    Examines four major contributions of modern thought and research on the effectiveness of affective education in the educational system of schools. Study on the meaning-oriented aspect of brain; Components of learning; Indicators of meaning; Affective factors in learning.

  • Affective Education Addresses the Basics.
    Newberg, Norman A.; Loue III, William E. // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p498 

    Focuses on the affective education program implemented by school teachers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to help students raise reading scores, improve comprehension, and feel good about learning. Budget allocated to the program for the school year 1980-81; Concerns of administrators, teachers,...

  • Raising Student Achievement Through the Affective Domain.
    Farley, John R. // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p502 

    Examines the effectiveness of the learning project Teacher Expectations and Student Achievement initiated in the Los Angeles County Schools in 1971. Goal of the project undertaken to determine the effect on student achievement if teachers practiced specific motivating and supportive behavior;...

  • A System for Monitoring Affective Objectives.
    Hughes, Abby L.; Frommer, Karen // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p521 

    Examines the need for an instructional program to monitor the objectives of affective education at the elementary school level. Effectiveness of Rating and Affective Domain system for teachers to identify student needs and set objectives; Affective concepts that governs the way people act and...

  • Affective Assessment Is Necessary and Possible.
    Anderson, Lorin W.; Anderson, Jo Craig // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p524 

    Presents five principles of affective assessment that will help teachers better understand students prior to instruction and judge how well students have achieved affective objectives. Purpose of assessment of affective characteristics; Factors to be considered before assessing affective...

  • STORYTELLING AND AFFECTIVE BEHAVIOR.
    Ching, Sharon // Communication; Jul72, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p24 

    Discusses the affective behavior involved in the storytelling situation between speaker and listeners. Definition of storytelling; Elements of affective behavior; Analysis on gesture.

  • Teaching in the Affective Domain for Institutional Values.
    Ching, Sharon // Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing; Jun2008, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p253 

    A quiz concerning the affective domain for institutional values teaching is presented.

  • TEACHERS' ATTITUDES AND AFFECTIVE EDUCATION: AN UNEXPECTED FINDING.
    Buffington, Perry W.; Stilwell, W.E. // Education; Winter81, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p176 

    The investigators initially examined self-control and competency via an affective education approach. Using differential treatments compared across gender, grade, and teacher, significant serendipitous findings emerged. Based on teacher ratings of students, data suggested that teacher attitudes...

  • Affective expression in post-modern art education: Theory and intervention.
    Henley, David R. // Art Education; Mar1991, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p16 

    Discusses the role of affective expressivity in art education in the United States. Traces of affective behavior in artwork of children; Viability of cultivating affective expression in child artwork; Role of affect in motivation.

  • The Continuing Controversy Over Affective Education.
    Beane, James A. // Educational Leadership; Dec85/Jan86, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p26 

    Explores key issues relevant to affective education on the U.S. Moral beliefs and attitudes; Developmental affective education; Role of schools.

  • HOLISTIC EDUCATION: TEACHING IN THE AFFECTIVE DOMAIN.
    Sonnier, Isadore L. // Education; Fall82, Vol. 103 Issue 1, p11 

    It is too often believed that affective learning and cognitive achievement are mutually exclusive results -- one is obtained at the expense of the other. Evidence is that the cognitive domain may be a function of left hemispheric processes and that the affective domain may be a function of right...

  • Teaching the language of feelings to students with severe emotional and behavioral handicaps.
    Giddan, Jane J.; Bade, Karen M. // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools; Jan95, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p3 

    Discusses aspects of normal affective development and the accompanying language of feelings of children. Divergence form normal patterns of children with behavioral and emotional problems; Intervention programs for early childhood and the primary and intermediate grades; Dysfunctional affective...

  • COMPARING VIEWS OF STUDENTS, PARENTS, TEACHERS AND ADMINISTRATORS ON OBJECTIVES FOR THE SECONDARY SCHOOL.
    McTeer, J. Hugh; Blanton, F. Lamar // Education; Mar/Apr78, Vol. 98 Issue 3 

    Investigates the degree of agreement with cognitive and affective objectives for teaching. Comparison on tendency of students to favor between affective and cognitive objectives; Differences in the objectives of public school personnel and students their parents.

  • SELF-COMPETENCY AND AFFECTIVE EDUCATION.
    Buffington, Perry W.; Stilwell, William E. // Education; Fall81, Vol. 102 Issue 1, p85 

    The differential effects of two affective education programs on fourth- and fifth-grade students' development of self-competency was examined. The interventions consisted of cognitive-rational and activity-experiential treatments. Pre-tests and posttests were used to compare treatments by...

  • WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE ARE INTERESTED IN USING AFFECTIVE METHODS?
    Warger, Cynthia L. // Education; Winter79, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p117 

    Recently there has been a surge of interest in incorporating affective methods into the curricula of public schools. While theorists identified with the affective education movement have described what traits the ideal teacher using affective methods should have, little has been done to verify...

  • Affective Education: Sound Investment.
    Aspy, David N.; Roebuck, Flora N.; Malsam, Margaret // Educational Leadership; Apr82, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p488 

    Examines the benefits of affective education for schools in terms of cost-saving. Differences between stress and eustress; Examples of companies that have implemented affective education programs towards increasing productivity; Study to analyze the effectiveness of affective education in...

  • Communication Satisfaction Scale.
    Aspy, David N.; Roebuck, Flora N.; Malsam, Margaret // Teaching Professor; Dec2010, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p6 

    The article discusses a communication satisfaction scale that measures how satisfied students are with the communication they have with their teachers. It explains that affective learning involves the emotions and feelings of students toward the teacher and the subject matter. Some sample items...

  • Affective Component in the Education of the Gifted.
    Johnson, Karen S. // Gifted Child Today; Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p36 

    Focuses on the need for teachers to integrate an affective component into their curriculum for gifted students. Domain of interpersonal intelligence and intrapersonal intelligence; Reasons for including an affective component; Recommendations on what teachers can do to address the social and...

  • Situational Interest: A Review of the Literature and Directions for Future Research.
    Schraw, Gregory; Lehman, Stephen // Educational Psychology Review; Mar2001, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p23 

    This paper reviews theoretical and empirical research on situational interest. A distinction is made between situational and personal interest. The former is spontaneous and context-specific, whereas the latter is enduring and context-general. We summarize historical perspectives and recent...

  • AFFECTIVE DEPENDENT MEASURES: THE USE OF A RESPONSE INTEGRITY SCALE TO ENHANCE THE VALIDITY OF EXPERIMENTAL AND QUASI-EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH.
    Hopkins, Kenneth D. // Journal of Special Education; Spring86, Vol. 20 Issue 1 

    Discusses a number of unique problems associated with affective dependent measures in comparative studies in the field of special education. Importance of situational factors in such tests; Methods for maximizing the validity of affective measures in research and evaluation studies; Benefits of...

  • Affective Education and the Learning Disabled Student.
    Shelton, Marian N. // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Dec1977, Vol. 10 Issue 10 

    Discusses components necessary for planning a successful program for affective education of learning disabled children in the United States. Enhancement of self-concept; Social and emotional growth in children; Organization and execution of programs in affective education; Development of...

  • Using Your Emotions: Improving the Measurement of Affective Orientation.
    Booth-Butterfield, Melanie; Booth-Butterfield, Steve // Communication Research Reports; Fall1996, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p157 

    Proposes a measure for affective orientation (AO), which focuses the conceptualization on how people use emotions to guide their communication and behavior. Background on AO; Emotions that are related to AO; Correlation of AO with nonverbal sensitivity and comforting behaviors; Concerns...

  • Masking Education in a Video Game.
    Texley, Juliana // Natural History; Dec84, Vol. 93 Issue 12, p74 

    Presents the author's opinion regarding educational software programs. How computers present moving images rather than just pictures; Descriptions of various software programs including Cross Educational Software's Aquarium.

  • Using Formative Testing at the Classroom, School, and District Levels.
    Conner, Katherine; Hairston, Jerald; Hill, Inez; Kopple, Henry; Marshall, John; Scholnick, Karen; Schulman, Marcia // Educational Leadership; Oct85, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p63 

    Describes how formative testing is implemented at the classroom, school and district levels by the Affective Education Program in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Advantages offered by the formative tests to teachers' organization capabilities; Analysis of the changes in students' performance...

  • AFFECTIVE OBJECTIVES, THE PUPIL, AND COMMITTEE WORK.
    Ediger, Marlow // Education; Spring75, Vol. 95 Issue 3, p258 

    It is important for pupils to develop positive attitudes toward themselves and others. Teachers must guide pupils in working together harmoniously with other learners. Learning experiences should be meaningful for pupils. Thus, positive attitudes toward learning become important objectives or...

  • The effect of the experience with attitude object on the relationships among cognitive and...
    Bar-Tal, Yoram // Psychological Record; Winter92, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p131 

    Examines the effect of experience with the attitude object on the relationship between the cognitive and affective components of attitude and their differential ability to predict behavioral intentions. Experiment's role in improving the accessibility of the cognitive components; Importance of...

  • Pathos in Practice: Exploring the Affective Domain of Oncology Nursing.
    Bar-Tal, Yoram // Oncology Nursing Forum; Jul2000, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p915 

    Discusses several areas of action to improve the affective domain of oncology nursing. Imposition of a moratorium on affectual denial; Need to address communication skill deficiencies in oncology nursing practitioners; Suggestions on confronting the threat of death.

  • Affective Education in Guangzhou, China: A Case Study.
    Cheng, Kai Yuen; Hui, Eadaoin K. P. // International Journal of Learning; 2009, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p521 

    While the affective domain is believed globally to be one of the main areas of human experience and development, affective education is interpreted differently in different countries, and its manifestation varies from region to region. It is argued that affective education is culturally...

  • South Asians Make Vanity Fair's 'Establishment' List.
    TSERING, LISA // India -- West; 10/19/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 48, pA19 

    The article informs that "Vanity Fair" magazine has released a ranking list that lists 50 influencers in the field of education in which founder of Khan Academy Salman Khan comes at number 47.

  • EDITORIAL.
    TSERING, LISA // Australian & International Journal of Rural Education; 2013, Vol. 23 Issue 1, preceding p7 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including citation index of education in Australia, community collaboration through sports, and affective education.

  • 'Cool' Communication in the Classroom: A Multi-Method Examination of Teacher Use of Positive Slang.
    Mazer, Joseph // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2008, p1 

    Two studies examined student perceptions of teacher use of positive slang. Study one explored the effects of instructor use of positive slang on student motivation, affective learning, and teacher credibility. Through the use of focus group interviews, study two examined the perceived impact of...

  • News from the Society for Vascular Medicine and Biology.
    Mohler III, Emile R. // Vascular Medicine; 2004, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p133 

    Reports on the important educational initiatives of Society for Vascular Medicine and Biology, highlighting their role as a leader in vascular education and in coordinating vascular - related policies with other medical societies in the U.S. Reason for the expansion of symposia; Techniques used...

  • TEACHERS NEED AFFECTIVE COMPETENCIES.
    OLSON, CARL O.; WYETT, JERRY L. // Education; Summer2000, Vol. 120 Issue 4, p741 

    Discusses the characteristics that make effective teachers, and stresses the importance of having a balance between knowledge of subject matter, pedagogical skills, and the ability to empathize with students. The importance of affective competencies on their teaching ability; Variety of ways to...

  • Expressing emotion, physical health, and emotional relief: a cognitive-social perspective.
    Rim�, Bernard // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Summer1999, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p175 

    The article discusses the importance of disclosure study in the cognitive-social perspective of emotion, physical health, and emotional relief of the participants. The disclosure procedure enhances participant's exposure to social support, stimulates them in achieving better symbolic equipment,...

  • Language, self, meaning, and health.
    Booth, Roger // Advances in Mind-Body Medicine; Summer1999, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p171 

    The article comments on the disclosure study and its effect on the behavior and health of a person. The author stresses that emotional disclosure is basically telling previously unacceptable aspects of one's life story that will give way to accept things as a legitimate part of one's life. He...

  • Relation of Negative Affectivity to Self-Reports of Job Stressors and Psychological Outcomes.
    Schonfeld, Irvin Sam // Journal of Occupational Health Psychology; Oct1996, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p397 

    Clarifies the longitudinal data on the problem of negative affectivity (NA) influencing the relation between self-report measures of job conditions and psychological outcomes in a sample of new teachers. Factors that represents a mood dispositional trait that has long-term stability; Extent to...

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