Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/02/2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Location
Lone Star College-CyFair

Categories


Topic: The Affective Filter and Bloom’s Affective Domain – How They Work Together
Date: February 11, 2017
Time:   TBA       Duration: 45 Minutes
Location: Lone Star College – CyFair

Session Objective: 

This 45-minute session will help you to:

  1. Gain a deeper understanding of Krashen’s Affective Filters,
  2. Gain a deeper understanding of Bloom’s Affective Domain,
  3. Understand how Bloom’s Affective Domain course integration enables the ESOL students
    1. broadened and deepened cognitive development
    2. increased investment in the course material

Session Description:

Over the past 30 years, we have heard a lot about the Affective Filter and have linked this pedagogically to “make your classes fun and exciting,” “make your student’s happy,” and other positive psychology pop notions. However, much less research or interest has been given to Bloom’s Affective Domain, it’s connection to the cognitive, and psychomotor, and how these three domains function as a unit to engage and develop broader, deeper cognitive development in students, without regard to a student’s happiness.

Register Now

Instructor profile:
Alex Monceaux, TIEP at Lamar University

Alex Monceaux is completing doctoral work on Global Educational Leadership. He began teach K-12 in 1999 and in 2006, began teaching Bridge ESOL students at Lamar University. Since then, he has traveled extensively speaking and teaching in South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Spain, France, Italy, UK, Costa Rica, and Chile offering more than 50 presentation focusing on ESOL Education, Reading & Writing Instruction, and Student Acculturation Challenges.

Alex uses his MA English background to help in his position on the TexTESOL IV Board of Directors and TESOL International’s Material Writers (MWIS) Steering Committee as Editor for the internationally read TexTESOL IV Fourth Estate and Journal of Assessment & Teaching of ELs and MWIS newsletter. His M. Ed – Human Development & Counseling is well-used working with international students to mitigate challenges face transitioning into the US university setting in additional to serving Texas Counseling Association as the By-Laws Committee Co-Chair.

Other than teaching and counseling, Alex enjoys researching, writing, a variety of areas involving Assessing Student Self-Regulation, Formative/Summative Assessments, and the Integration of the Affective Domain. Some of Alex’s hobbies include hiking, travel, canoeing and rafting, and spending time with his family.