KSU's Cognitive-Affective Learning Group
(page updated September 23, 2008)
Kennesaw State University (KSU) is one of six participating institutions in the Cognitive-Affective Learning (CAL) theme in the Carnegie Academy for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning's Institutional Leadership Program.
For a working definition of Cognitive-Affective Learning, read the following article:
Owen-Smith, P. (2004, Fall). What is cognitive-affective learning (CAL)? Journal of Cognitive Affective Learning, 1, 11.
To read the definition, visit https://www.jcal.emory.edu//viewarticle.php?id=31&layout=html and accept the security certificate when prompted.
The CAL leadership group shares a commitment to understanding the connections between the cognitive and affective in teaching and learning. We value the development of holistic educational theories and practices that promote deep and enduring learning and ethical and civic engagement.
Other participating institutions include:
Oxford College of Emory University (Coordinating Institution)
St. Martin's University
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
University of Portland
University of the Pacific
Kennesaw State University's Activities and Reports:
Reports to the CAL Group: October 2007, January 2007
Examples of CETL-sponsored programs & initiatives related to CAL during 2006
Records of meetings: October 2, 2006, November 30, 2006, September 10, 2007
KSU's Proposal to join the CAL group and Acceptance of proposal
The CAL leadership group is a follow-up to a CASTL Campus Program Leadership Cluster, Cognitive-Affective Connections in Teaching and Learning, whose work is archived at www.cfkeep.org/html/snapshot.php?id=45306087.
Web Site Maintenance:
If you would like to suggest any additions or changes to this page, please
Pusateri, CETL Associate Director for the Scholarship of Teaching