First Principles of Attitudinal Change: A Review of Principles, Methods and Strategies
TLRPTIL Volume 61, Number 6, ISSN 8756-3894
Knowing how to effectively design attitudinal change instruction for various learning settings is essential for instructional designers. However, the research on instructional design for attitudinal change instruction has been relatively dispersed and lacks cohesion, despite its increasing importance. The purposes of this paper are to (1) reignite the scholarly conversation on designing attitudinal change instruction, and (2) provide directions for future research. Using Merrill's first principles of instruction as a guide and framework, we review the existing research to identify and discuss the principles for designing attitudinal change instruction.
Mueller, C., Lim, J. & Watson, S.L. (2017). First Principles of Attitudinal Change: A Review of Principles, Methods and Strategies. TechTrends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning, 61(6), 560-569.