Facilitating Affectively to Increase Learning and Decrease Cheating in the Classroom
Journal of College Teaching and Learning
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In today’s college environment there has been an influx of reports and news concerning student cheating, and dishonesty. This paper informs the reader how to affectively change the venue of learning today, by applying participatory facilitation skills to increase interest and retention with today’s students. This was espoused by Benjamin Bloom, through his work utilizing “Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning.”
Mujtaba, Bahaudin and Kennedy, J. W., "Facilitating Affectively to Increase Learning and Decrease Cheating in the Classroom" (2005). HCBE Faculty Articles. 359.