Briana Ruiz theory

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Briana Ruiz theory

  1. 1. BEHAVIORISM W H AT ? WHO? HOW? MY CLASSROOM
  2. 2. WHAT IS BEHAVIORISM?Definition:- behavior can beexplained in terms ofconditioning-disorders are besttreated by alteringbehavior patternsNext Slide
  3. 3. WHAT IS BEHAVIORISM? 6 different branches: Methodological, Radical, Teleological Theoretical, Biological, and Psychological behaviorism Home
  4. 4. WHO INFLUENCED BEHAVIORISM?Ivan Pavlov-famous for the“conditioned reflex.”-was not focusing onbehaviorism-originally concerned withdogs’ gastric functionsNext Slide
  5. 5. WHO INFLUENCED BEHAVIORISM?Other InfluencingTheorists:-Edward Lee Thorndike-John B. Watson-B. F. SkinnerHome
  6. 6. HOW WOULD THIS THEORY BE USED?Teacher Use Without Teacher Use with Technology: Technology:-Rewarding students for -Internet courses can track good behavior students progression. (stickers, candy) -Teachers can require-Disciplining students for allotted time spent on bad behavior (time-out, assignments. referral) -Student dedication would improve over time.Next Slide
  7. 7. HOW WOULD THIS THEORY BE USED?Student Use Without Student Use WithTechnology: Technology:-Students excel to receive -Many students usepraise. technology for-Students excel to avoid scheduling.discipline. -Teachers require assignments due near similar due dates.Home -Students become accustom to teacher’s schedule
  8. 8. MY CLASSROOM-Behaviorism appears to -If I taught older students, Iwork best when getting would focus on gettingolder students accustom them used to due dates toto deadlines. insure assignment completion.-Repetitive due dates(every Sunday), allowstudents to budget timewisely.Next Slide
  9. 9. MY CLASSROOM-With younger students, it helps withmotivational and behavioral difficulties-By praising student early on, theywill have an internal motivation to learnas well as behavior properly in the classroom.Home

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