In psychology, the emotive aspect of a person's learning, for example, the motivation to learn. See also Active learning methods; Cognitive domain
Levels of emotional behavior, including attitudes, interest, and various personality characteristics.
attitudes, values, and beliefs of the learner
affective domain covers dimension of personality such as attitudes, motives, emotional behavior temperament and personality traits.
This domain relates to how individuals feel emotionally and physically while learning. This includes both internal factors (e.g., physical - hunger, thirst, fatigue, and illness; psychological - willingness to take risks, persistence and attention abilities; attitudes, beliefs, and assumptions) and external factors (e.g., physical - comfort concerns such as temperature, noise and light levels, amount and type of distractions; psychological - personal style of others, stressful situations at work or home, support from others). top of the page
A classification of objectives that focus on the development of attitudes, beliefs, and values. Affective learning is about gaining new perceptions (e.g., self-confidence, responsibility, respect, dependability, and personal relations). The taxonomy of categories arranged in ascending order of difficulty are: Receiving: Aware of, passively attending to certain stimuli. Responding: Complies to given expectations by reacting to stimuli. Valuing: Displays behavior consistent with single belief or attitude in situations where not forced to obey. Organizing: Committed to a set of values as displayed by behavior. Characterizing: Total behavior consistent with internalized values.
in teaching and learning contexts, the domain field of activities relating to feelings or emotions.
One of the three areas of learning, it is concerned with how students feel£®In practice, it gives students the chance to discuss their emotions£®It is hoped that by addressing this domain, students will learn to express their feelings in a positive, moral manner£®It should be a part of planning for each lesson and complement tasks in the Cognitive and Psychomotor Domains
Outcomes of education involving feelings more than understanding; likes, pleasures ideals and/or values.
Willingness to receive, respond to, value or attend to particular phenomena or stimuli. (Bloomâ€™s Taxonomy: Affective Domain) More Information
The classification of functions by the individual involving emotions and feeling.
The emotional aspect of experience and learning.
the domain of learning tasks involving the changing of attitudes.