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             Learning Outcomes Related To Attitudes, Behaviors, and Values

 

Receiving

Responding

Valuing

Organizing

Characterizing

Students become aware of an attitude, behavior, or value. 

Students exhibit a reaction or change as a result of exposure to an attitude, behavior, or value.

Students recognize value and display this through involvement or commitment.

Students determine a new value or behavior as important or a priority.

Students integrate consistent behavior as a naturalized value in spite of discomfort or cost.  The value is recognized as a part of the personís character.

Accept

Attend

Describe

Explain

Locate

Observe

Realize

Receive

Recognize

 

Behave

Comply

Cooperate

Discuss

Examine

Follow

Model

Present

Respond

Show

Studies

Accept

Adapt

Balance

Choose

Differentiate

Defend

Influence

Prefer

Recognize

Seek

Value

Adapt

Adjust

Alter

Change

Customize

Develop

Improve

Manipulate

Modify

Practice

Revise

Authenticate

Characterize

Defend

Display

Embody

Habituate

Internalize

Produce

Represent

Validate

Verify

 

 

 

Elementary Values and Behaviors                    More Highly
 
Inherited Value System                               Developed Attitudes  
                                                     Well Thought-out Value System

Egocentric View                                              Higher Level Abilities to Identify and

                                                                                   Articulate Othersí Values                  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Developed by Janet Fulks and Kate Pluta
Bakersfield College