ERIC Number: ED084868
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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The Affective Domain; Contributions of Behavioral Science to Instructional Technology. Number One. A Resource Book for Media Specialists.
National Special Media Institutes.
Seven chapters present a variety of viewpoints on human feelings, or affect. All, however, are directed at instructional technologists who are involved in the design of instructional systems and all share a concern for the development of instruction which interests, involves, and motivates learners; the papers were chosen on the basis of the facts that their major themes were diverse, well documented by prior research and had clear implications for instruction. The individual essays deal with the following topics: 1) human relations training and the innovation consultant; 2) the role of educational technology in the development of achievement motivation; 3) the effects of anxiety upon computer-assisted instruction; 4) some implications for change regarding education and the major value orientations in our culture; 5) the implications of social learning theory for the design of instructional systems; 6) the techniques and problems of attitude measurement; and 7) the affective relevance of learning games and simulation. (LB)
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Affective Objectives, Anxiety, Attitudes, Behavioral Science Research, Behavioral Sciences, Beliefs, Computer Assisted Instruction, Educational Games, Educational Technology, Instructional Design, Motivation, Sensitivity Training, Simulation, Socialization, State of the Art Reviews, Values
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Sponsor: Bureau of Educational Personnel Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: National Special Media Institutes.