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Azzah's presentation slides
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Azzah's presentation slides
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  • 1.  Why do the students appear to be non- participative and not learning effectively?  What can be done to increase student participation and effective learning?
  • 2.  As a teacher, it is important to… 1. Create a safe and positive classroom environment 2. Plan lessons with student learning processes in mind 3. Engage in objective post-lesson reflection
  • 3.  As a teacher, it is important to create a safe and positive classroom environment. Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning
  • 4.  Why are the students so reluctant, anxious and fearful to participate in Ms Rita’s class?  How does this affect learning?  What can be done to remedy this problem?
  • 5. Unconditioned Stimulus Unconditioned Response Neutral Stimulus Neutral Stimulus Unconditioned Stimulus Unconditioned Response
  • 6. Initially Neutral Stimulus becomes a Conditioned Stimulus Evokes a Conditioned Response
  • 7. Neutral Stimulus Unconditioned Stimulus Unconditioned Response
  • 8. Initially Neutral Stimulus becomes a Conditioned Stimulus Evokes a Conditioned Response Student participation decreases as it is associated with embarrassment and teacher disapproval. Participation is an important part of effective learning.
  • 9.  Removing negative associations and creating more positive associations will increase student participation and therefore, learning.
  • 10. Increases frequency of behaviour Positive reinforcement Negative reinforcement Decreases frequency of behaviour Punishment
  • 11. Punishment Lack of Positive and Negative Reinforcement Decreased frequency of behaviour
  • 12.  Increasing positive reinforcement and decreasing punishment will increase student participation, which will increase learning. Decreasing punishment Increasing positive reinforcement 1. Do not humiliate or show obvious disapproval in response to student answers. 1. Use cues, prompts and praise. 2. Create a behavioural contract for both students and teachers.

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