The most important creature of all the creatures that God made is Human. Humans are humans, and they must be taken as that, otherwise whatever you are building for them won’t work or be effective. When learning takes place, it takes place within the faculties of human or peoples: Cognitive, affective and Psychomotor domains as postulated by Bloom.

Bloom’s idea has been technically viewed as elements that exist separately, but the truth is nothing like that exists. What we have is the interactive nature of the three elements occurring almost at the same time. One is the precursor to the other. Cognitive does not work independently of the two elements as we have it painted in Bloom’s taxonomy.

Humans do not have their faculties working separately but rather dependently. When humans are viewed as people with emotions, logic and that they can use their hands to make things, then learning becomes useful. In GHI-TECH SOLUTIONS, learning is human-focused, hence we have human-focused learning (HFL). Human-focused learning is a kind of strategy that puts into consideration humans’ emotions, logic and what their hands could achieve.

We do not design learning for animals but for humans, and as result of that we believe strongly that, whatever we design must touch humans’ emotions. The logical function of humans will be more effective if wrapped around their emotions.

Therefore, when human emotions are deliberately taken into consideration, learning is more effective and efficient. It is also capable of generating effective and sustainable results. At GHI-TECH SOLUTIONS, Human-Focused Learning (HFL) is held in high esteem.

The interactive Model of learning Domain

Using Interactive Learning Domains (INLED) will make learning more human-focused. The interactive model of learning domain involves the following elements: (The interactive Model of learning Domain was first coined by Ogundolire Henry Feyisayo in 2018 while teaching a group of professionals in e-learning) He borrowed idea from Bloom’s taxonomy. See figure 1.0

Cognitive Domain (CD)
Affective Domain (AD)
Psychomotor Domain (PD)
Cogno-affective Domain (CAD/ACD)
Pyscho-affective Domain (PAD)
Pyscho-cognitive Domain (PCD)
Cogno-pyscho-affective Domain (CPAD)
Figure 1.0: Interactive Learning Domains (INLED)

The interactive Model of learning Domain was first coined by Ogundolire Henry Feyisayo in 2018 when he was given an opportunity to teach a group of professionals in e-learning.