Editor’s note: This short video explains a theory of learning that describes how we learn and the role of emotion in that. This concept will change the way you think about L&D provision.
Browsing: affective context
Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones on the Affective Context Model – and how we ‘encode’ reactions that then shape our learning.
Editor’s note: “We do not ‘store information’. Our decision-making process is rarely deductive. We are creatures that store and compare the subtle webs of association developed by our affective systems. It turns out that thoughts really are the shadows of our feelings – and though it is hard to imagine, it is our feelings not our thoughts that are complex.” A great post by Nick Shackleton-Jones on the affective context model.
Editor’s note: Nick Shackleton-Jones explores anxiety in learning and how and why it has become a part of schooling. He then looks at the role of affective context and how this can be used to flip the experience. Interesting look at how we learn and how we can improve the learning interventions we provide.