"Affective education is defined as teaching in the affective domain. Affective education places the focus on student attitudes, interests, appreciations, values, and emotional sets. The goal is to reduce student alienation by increasing self-esteem and self-concept" (Hellison, 1991).
Finding Books: Helpful search terms: affective education or social skills or self* or emotion* or decision making or rules or moral education or character education
Hellison, D. R., & Templin, T. J. (1991). A reflective approach to teaching physical education. Champaign, Ill: Human Kinetics Books.
Finding Books: Helpful search terms -community helpers or occupations or police* or fire fighters or fire station or postal workers or post office or postal service or doctors or nurses OR "career education" or "vocational education" or occupations or jobs (try this search in TERC and in the General Collection)
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Study skills or study strategies are approaches applied to learning. They are generally critical to success in school, considered essential for acquiring good grades, and useful for learning throughout one's life (Wikipedia, 2012).
Wikipedia. (2012). Study Skills. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Study_skills
Finding Books: Helpful search terms - Cognition or cognitive or multiple intelligence* or learning style* or critical thinking or thought and thinking or Logc or reasoning or Memory or mnemonics or Perception or perceptual or visual learning or Problem solving
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"If technology is integrated to foster engaged learning and develop essential skills that help students become effective global citizens, than it is being used effectively" (edTechteacher).
Dresbach, S (Photographer). (2009). RYSAG [Photogragh].
Web Resources for Teaching with Technology