The contributors to this collection of papers elaborate on the idea that learning, as every other human experience involves the dynamic interplay of a variety of human processes. Learning is seen as a process which results from the interaction between cognition and the learner’s primary emotions and is affected by communicative elements in the teacher – learner relationship. The papers emphasize the importance of understanding and interpreting what is communicated not only by words but also by actions within a learning situation. The chapters are organized along three general themes which investigate learning (i) as it occurs within a general institutional / organisational level, (ii) as a process which results from the interaction of emotions with cognition and (iii) as a process which can be better understood if elements of indirect communication are considered.
Feeling, Communicating and Thinking
|Έτος πρώτης έκδοσης||1998|
|Έτος τρέχουσας έκδοσης||1998|
|Σχήμα||21 x 14|