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BEHAVIORISM   By: Julie              Becker
TABLE OF CONTENTSKey Points of BehaviorismTheoristBehaviorism in the ClassroomBehaviorism in My Classroom
BEHAVIORISMBehaviorism is the prediction and control of human behavior.It is a theory of learning that focuses only on o...
BEHAVIORISMBehaviorism came into vogue during a time period called Modernism.There is no dividing line between man and a...
BEHAVIORISMTwo types of learning associated with Behaviorism are:Associative learning and Observational learning. Associa...
THEORISTIvan PavlovB.F. SkinnerAlbert BanduraJohn B. WatsonEdwin Ray GuthrieMurray Sidman                           ...
IVAN PAVLOVBecame famous for his behavioral experiments with dogs.Won the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1904.He used con...
CLASSROOM-TEACHER It is the teachers responsibility to create an  environment in which only appropriate behavior is  bein...
CLASSROOM-STUDENTStudent assessment: taking notes, reading, and reviewing their own work.   Can cause behavioral change ...
MY CLASSROOMHow I would conduct my classroom using theBehaviorism Theory:1. Use a teacher-led approach.   Presentations a...
MY CLASSROOM In Operant Conditioning, students learn the  association between a behavior and a consequence. As a result,...
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  1. 1. BEHAVIORISM By: Julie Becker
  2. 2. TABLE OF CONTENTSKey Points of BehaviorismTheoristBehaviorism in the ClassroomBehaviorism in My Classroom
  3. 3. BEHAVIORISMBehaviorism is the prediction and control of human behavior.It is a theory of learning that focuses only on observable behaviors.There is no internal cognitive processing of information. Next
  4. 4. BEHAVIORISMBehaviorism came into vogue during a time period called Modernism.There is no dividing line between man and animal.They both learn to behave through a system of positive and negative rewards. Previous Next
  5. 5. BEHAVIORISMTwo types of learning associated with Behaviorism are:Associative learning and Observational learning. Associative learning occurs when we make a connection between two events. Observational learning takes place when a person observes and imitates another’s behavior . Home Previous
  6. 6. THEORISTIvan PavlovB.F. SkinnerAlbert BanduraJohn B. WatsonEdwin Ray GuthrieMurray Sidman John B. WatsonNext
  7. 7. IVAN PAVLOVBecame famous for his behavioral experiments with dogs.Won the Nobel Prize in Physiology in 1904.He used conditioning to teach dogs to salivate when he rang a bell.Classic ConditioningHome Previous
  8. 8. CLASSROOM-TEACHER It is the teachers responsibility to create an environment in which only appropriate behavior is being reinforced. Spreadsheets, word processing software, and interactive web-based practice programs. The incorporation of all the above technologies into classrooms can promote success through behaviorist techniques. Next
  9. 9. CLASSROOM-STUDENTStudent assessment: taking notes, reading, and reviewing their own work.  Can cause behavioral change as well as study habits outside of the classroom.Practice resources using technology that they can use outside of the classroom.  From this, students will receive immediate feedback, and allows them to change their answer to the correct one.Home Previous
  10. 10. MY CLASSROOMHow I would conduct my classroom using theBehaviorism Theory:1. Use a teacher-led approach.  Presentations and lectures2. Break down learning into small task.  Positive reinforcement3. Use drills and memorization techniques.  Used to help learn specific facts4. Use behavior modification techniques.  Ignores negative behavior, highlights the positive Next
  11. 11. MY CLASSROOM In Operant Conditioning, students learn the association between a behavior and a consequence. As a result, students learn to increase behaviors that are followed by rewards, and decrease behaviors that are followed by punishment. Home Previous
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