Tip #586: Which Should Be Addressed First in Training Design, Knowledge or Attitude?

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“Attitudes are more important than facts.” Karl A. Menninger I have just read an interesting article by John Kissinger, titled: “ASK: How Benjamin Bloom Got It Backwards.” He discusses how Benjamin Bloom’s three domains of learning: cognitive, psychomotor and affective came to be known as knowledge, skill and attitude (KSA). He is concerned that, because KSA […]

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