Let's Talk about Love: Bridging the gap between the affective and cognitive domains
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In this workshop, we will dissect the construct of love and examine how it may manifest itself in our teaching and learning experiences.
We will then apply the construct of love through the lens of cognitive psychologist Robert Gagne specifically his nine events of instruction that can be used as a connecting bridge between the affective and cognitive domains of learning.
Participants will leave with a framework that can be used for course design and instructional delivery.
This workshop is timely as some of us get ready to celebrate Valentine's Day.
Facilitator: Julaine Fowlin, Assistant Director, CFT
Date: February 11, 2021
Time: 2:00 - 3:30 (CST)
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In a few sentences please share a teaching experience or moment that was rewarding to you. We will discuss these experiences in the workshop.
Arts & Science
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