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Universal Journal of Educational Research, v5 n3 p347-356 2017

Problem statement: Educational goals are classified taxonomically as cognitive, affective, psycho-motor and intuitive. Can these classifications be associated? Sönmez's model represents an attempt for this. Purpose of Study: Is the model regarding the association of four domains developed by Sönmez supported significantly by empirical data? What are the views of the participants on this issue? Methods: Both qualitative and quantitative data were used together in this study. Findings and Results: A high level of significant and positive correlation was found between cognitive, psychomotor, affective and intuitive learning outcomes. Based on these findings, it can be stated that learning outcomes are not disconnected. That means when an individual learns a cognitive behavior he/she also learns other associated psychomotor, affective, and intuitive behaviors. Leaning is codded into four domains altogether. Conclusion and recommendations: This study revealed results supporting the model regarding the association of four domains as suggested by Sönmez. These results can be a proof of the hypothesis that behaviors of all domains are coded and learnt as a whole in the brain. Further comprehensive experimental and qualitative research can be done about this issue.

Descriptors: Models, Taxonomy, Mixed Methods Research, Correlation, Outcomes of Education, Cognitive Processes, Affective Behavior, Psychomotor Skills, Intuition, Surveys, Focus Groups

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Autor: Sönmez, Veysel

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=651&id=EJ1134470







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