Lauren<br />
How we understand human behavior through prediction and control<br />Learning through positive and negative rewards<br />
1849-1936<br />Became who he was by using dogs in an experiment<br />Taught dogs to salivate when they heard a bell<br />
Classic Conditioning<br />Stimulus=Food, Reflex=Salivation<br />Provided stimulus, achieved his desired reflex<br />Dogs l...
1904-1990<br />Operant Conditioning<br />Stimulus=Behavior, Response=Reward<br />Rewarding when the desired behavior is se...
Believed people shape behavior based on positive or negative rewards<br />Good action=good reward<br />
1925-<br />Social Learning/Social Cognitive Theory<br />Focused on motivational factors that contribute to behavior<br />
Observational Modeling<br />Mimicking the behavior observed<br />Self-efficacy- motivate to learn<br />Imagery- analyze pe...
With Technology and behaviorism:<br />Use programs that are related to a subject<br />If the student get’s answer correct,...
With technology<br />Play games online to try to receive extra credit points<br />Without technology<br />Participate in c...
Overall, behaviorism is a great way to teach<br />Reasons why I would use Behaviorism:<br />Reward students for good behav...
Sources<br />Shelly, Gary B., Genda A. Gunter, and Randolph E. Gunter. Teachers Discovering      Computers. N.p.: Library ...
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Eichberg behaviorism

  1. 1. Lauren<br />
  2. 2. How we understand human behavior through prediction and control<br />Learning through positive and negative rewards<br />
  3. 3. 1849-1936<br />Became who he was by using dogs in an experiment<br />Taught dogs to salivate when they heard a bell<br />
  4. 4. Classic Conditioning<br />Stimulus=Food, Reflex=Salivation<br />Provided stimulus, achieved his desired reflex<br />Dogs learned to associate bell with food, began to salivate with only ringing of bell and no food<br />
  5. 5. 1904-1990<br />Operant Conditioning<br />Stimulus=Behavior, Response=Reward<br />Rewarding when the desired behavior is seen<br />Pigeons<br />Taught them how to dance<br />
  6. 6. Believed people shape behavior based on positive or negative rewards<br />Good action=good reward<br />
  7. 7. 1925-<br />Social Learning/Social Cognitive Theory<br />Focused on motivational factors that contribute to behavior<br />
  8. 8. Observational Modeling<br />Mimicking the behavior observed<br />Self-efficacy- motivate to learn<br />Imagery- analyze person’s personality through:<br />Environment<br />Behavior<br />Person’s physiological processes<br />
  9. 9. With Technology and behaviorism:<br />Use programs that are related to a subject<br />If the student get’s answer correct, extra credit points rewarded<br />Without Technology<br />Games in class, and rewards for correct answer<br />
  10. 10. With technology<br />Play games online to try to receive extra credit points<br />Without technology<br />Participate in classroom activities to try to earn extra credit<br />
  11. 11. Overall, behaviorism is a great way to teach<br />Reasons why I would use Behaviorism:<br />Reward students for good behavior<br />Reward students for correct answers<br />Punishment for poor behavior<br />
  12. 12. Sources<br />Shelly, Gary B., Genda A. Gunter, and Randolph E. Gunter. Teachers Discovering      Computers. N.p.: Library of Congress, 2010. Print.<br />Pictures from:<br />www.google.com<br />
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