Talk:Instructional design/Affective behaviors/What methods best support affective elements?

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Brent, Thanks. I've been like a ridiculous fish out of water on this project. I don't know what has happened to me, but I have S-t-r-u-g-g-l-e-d this semester! I have revamped, in fact, I've really more completely reworked the whole lesson. I've kept the original draft down below, but I only use that for a few references. Please take a look and see if I've brought any clarity to the situation.

Laurie, I would like to offer a few comments and suggestions about your lesson plan.
First, I like the idea of listing the specific micro strategies and having learners match these to specific affective outcomes. I was hoping that someone would do this.

I was a little confused by the meaning of "elements" in the objective and your lesson plan. Are we talking about the "levels" in Krathwohl's taxonomy? We should clarify this for the learners with a clear definition and/or examples. Without this support, I am afraid learners may have trouble completing the task.

The CloudNet link includes a few good examples but I also worry that there are too many unrelated links and a few dead links as well. Maybe we should link directly to the best 5 or 6 articles/sites.

The task (Compile your findings) seems reasonable. Having learners post this to the discussion area might work but we might think about setting up a blog for this like we are thinking about for Lesson 1 and 2. This would have the added benefit of making the learner feel more like a member of our community of learners.
I understand your intention in linking to the youtube of the sleepy student, but felt that it didn't add much to your overall lesson. To tell the truth, I was a little irritated by the first twenty or so seconds.
Let us know if there is anything we can do to help move this lesson along. We will try to help where needed.
Jonesbre 07:19, 3 April 2007 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Table at the beginning seems confusing[edit source]

I don't understand the purpose for the table that begins this course. Why is the font so huge? What is the intent of the content? Is this deliberate or some work in progress or some error? Thanks! --Lbeaumont (talk) 02:14, 28 May 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]