Learner Engagement: Behavioral, Cognitive, & Affective
DECEMBER 17, 2019
However, we can also support the cognitive and affective dimensions of engagement. Cognitive engagement. Cognitive engagement can be defined as “mental effort and thinking strategies.” Deep cognitive engagement involves elaboration processes, while shallow involves more rote memorization and other strategies that engage the new information in more superficial ways (e.g., Cognitive and affective engagement.