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Miranda carrick theory
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Behaviorism persentation

Behaviorism persentation

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  • 1. BehaviorismBy: Miranda C.
  • 2. Menu Behaviorism Theorists In the classroom My classroom
  • 3. BehaviorismA theory of learning based upon the idea that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning. Behaviorists assert that the only behaviors worthy of study are those that can be directly observed. Like actions, rather than thoughts or emotions, which are the legitimate object of study.
  • 4. Behaviorism There are two different types of conditioning.  Classical Conditioning: behavioral training in which a naturally occurring stimulus is paired with a response.  Operant Conditioning: learning that occurs through rewards and punishment for behavior. Back to menu
  • 5. Theorist Burrhus Frederic Skinner (B.F Skinner)- chairman of the psychology department at Indiana University. His entire theory is based on operant conditioning. In operant conditioning: “the behavior is followed by a consequence, and the nature of the consequence modifies the organisms tendency to repeat the behavior in the future.” Imagine a rat in a cage (“Skinner Box”)
  • 6. Theorist Continuous reinforcement is every time the rat does a good behavior it gets a reward. Skinner was the first to discover the fixed ratio schedule.  a fixed ratio between behaviors and reinforcers.  Back to menu
  • 7. In the Classroom Teachers could use this theory to their advantage. Teachers can use operant conditioning all the time. When a student does something good or maybe gets a question right they will get a reward. When a student does something bad they will get punished or get something taken away.
  • 8. In the Classroom Classical conditioning is better learned than taught. When something good happens they will have a good response. For example, if the student gets a good grade on a test then the student is happy and has a boost of confidence. That confidence is their response.  Back to menu
  • 9. My Classroom If a student gets a question right I will reward them with candy or a trip to the treasure box. If a student does good on a test then they can receive a few more minutes on the computers. In my classroom I will keep things equal. A student will only receive what they deserve.
  • 10. My Classroom Behaviorism is not just rewards. There are also punishments. In my class if a student does something bad then they will be punished. If a student does not complete their homework then they cannot play at recess. If a student acts out in class they will have to move their clip. If they move it too much there will be a phone call home.  Back to menu

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