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Change - The Synthesis of the Three Learning Domains (Cognit

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If the student has learned only cognitively, and has not experienced affective and psychomotor learning as well, the question arises: "how do we know if the student has truly learned, or transformed from inability to ability?"

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Change - The Synthesis of the Three Learning Domains (Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor). This article describes the need for a synthesis, or combination, of the three learning domains in order to facilitate true learning, or change from inability to ability. This principle is illustrated by an intersecting graphic of the three learning domains.