Instructional Design Models and Theories
Operant Conditioning Theory
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The Operant Conditioning Theory

1937 – B.F. Skinner, a renowned American
Psychologist, introduces the Operant
Conditionin...
Objectives

Operant Conditioning Theory
• What is the Concept of Operant Conditioning
Theory
• Which are the 3 Responses T...
Section 1

The Concept of Operant
Conditioning Theory
The Concept of Operant Conditioning Theory
• B. F. Skinner a renowned
American psychologist- is often
regarded as the foun...
The Concept of Operant Conditioning Theory
Reinforcement
(the behavior increases)

Punishment
(the behavior decreases)

• ...
Section 2

The 3 Responses Types of Operant
Conditioning Theory
The 3 Responses Types of Operant Conditioning Theory

1. Neutral Operants
Responses that do not alter the probability of a...
Section 3

The 3 Principles of Operant
Conditioning Theory
The 3 Principles of Operant Conditioning Theory

1. A positively reinforced behavior will reoccur.
2. In order for respons...
Operant Conditioning Theory

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Operant Conditioning Theory
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Instructional Design Models and Theories: Operant Conditioning Theory

  1. 1. Instructional Design Models and Theories Operant Conditioning Theory
  2. 2. Christopher Pappas Founder of the eLearning Industry's Network elearningindustry.com •eLearning Consultant and Analyst in various USA and EU organizations. •eLearning Blogger at eLearningIndustry.com •M.B.A. & M.Ed. from BGSU, Ohio, USA. If I can be valauable to you do not hesitate to contact me •https://www.linkedin.com/in/christopherpappas •https://plus.google.com/u/0/+ChristopherPappas/posts •https://twitter.com/cpappas •https://www.facebook.com/christoforos.pappas
  3. 3. Instructional Design Models and Theories Join us at the Instructional Design History Journey A New Instructional Design Model Will Be Added Every Week! Find more at: Instructional Design Models and Theories http://elearningindustry.com/instructional-design-models-and-theories
  4. 4. The Operant Conditioning Theory 1937 – B.F. Skinner, a renowned American Psychologist, introduces the Operant Conditioning Theory.
  5. 5. Objectives Operant Conditioning Theory • What is the Concept of Operant Conditioning Theory • Which are the 3 Responses Types of Operant Conditioning Theory • Which are the Principles of Operant Conditioning Theory
  6. 6. Section 1 The Concept of Operant Conditioning Theory
  7. 7. The Concept of Operant Conditioning Theory • B. F. Skinner a renowned American psychologist- is often regarded as the founder of Operant Conditioning. However, the theory’s true father was Edward Thorndike. • Operant conditioning is a method of learning that takes place through rewarding or punishing a certain behavior. Thus, an association is made between this behavior and its consequence. • The Componentsof Operant Conditioning are Reinforcementand Punishment.
  8. 8. The Concept of Operant Conditioning Theory Reinforcement (the behavior increases) Punishment (the behavior decreases) • Positive reinforcing strengthens a certain behavior. • Negative reinforcing involves the removal of an outcome after the display of a certain behavior. • Positive punishment involves the presentation of an unfavorable event that will weaken the occurring response. • Negative punishment involves the removal of a favorable event after the occurrence of a certain behavior.
  9. 9. Section 2 The 3 Responses Types of Operant Conditioning Theory
  10. 10. The 3 Responses Types of Operant Conditioning Theory 1. Neutral Operants Responses that do not alter the probability of a behavior being repeated. 2. Reinforcers Responses that increase the probability of a behavior being repeated (negative or positive) 3. Punishers Responses that decrease the probability of a behavior being repeated.
  11. 11. Section 3 The 3 Principles of Operant Conditioning Theory
  12. 12. The 3 Principles of Operant Conditioning Theory 1. A positively reinforced behavior will reoccur. 2. In order for responses to be reinforced, information should be presented in small chunks. 3. Reinforcements are generalized across similar stimuli and will produce secondary conditioning.
  13. 13. Operant Conditioning Theory Find more at: Operant Conditioning Theory
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