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  • 1. Behaviorism
    KaleyJowers
  • 2. Behaviorism
    Behaviorism is the prediction and control of human behavior in which introspection and independent thinking play no essential part in teaching methods
    It originated during the modernism period in which value was measured in terms of science
    The behaviorist perspective states that learning is objective
  • 3. Key Behaviorist Thinkers
    Ivan Pavlov
    B.F. Skinner
    Albert Bandura
  • 4. Focus on Pavlov
    Pavlov was a Nobel Prize winning behavioralist who focused on conditioning to teach
    This type of conditioning is known as classic conditioning. This term refers to the natural reflex that occurs in response to a stimulus
    Pavlov worked especially with dogs.
    He used conditioning
    through stimuli and reflexes to teach dogs to
    have a certain reflex to certain stimulus
  • 5. Focus on Skinner
    Skinner worked
    especially with pigeons
    rewarding them for
    behaving in
    the desired manner
    B. F. Skinner worked with the other
    type of conditioning called operant
    Conditioning. This terms describes
    the learning that is controlled and
    Results in shaping behavior through
    reinforcement stimulus-response patterns
  • 6. Classroom Implicationsfor Teachers
    Reinforcement is a powerful motivator
    Operant Conditioning in the Classroom
    When a child produces a desirable behavior and is rewarded for doing so, that particular behavior will be repeated.
    Teachers can use this idea to use positive reinforcement to encourage students to behave in positive ways.
    Encouraging words and rewards can help a student establish better behavioral patterns.
    Classic Conditioning in the Classroom
    Schools use bells to announce to students that it’s time to switch classrooms
    Teachers can use particular noises to tell students which activity is next.
    For example, if a class is scheduled to go to Music class twice a week, the teacher can choose a particular song to play as an alarm of sorts to reiterate the schedule to the students.
  • 7. Classroom Implications for Students
    Students can learn to use appropriate behavior as well as appropriate action through the reinforcement given by families, parents, and educators.
    Students can be encouraged through positive reinforcements to use better forms of behavior.
    Students can use positive reinforcement with each other.
  • 8. Thoughts
    The behaviorism theory is one that is very important to education. Students thrive on positive reinforcement in younger ages especially when behaviors are being established. I believe that this theory when utilized correctly is invaluable to both students and teachers.
  • 9. Credits
    Shelly, Cashman, Gunter, & Gunter, . (2009). Integrating technology and digital media in the classroom 6th ed.: teachers discovering computers.
    Skinner, B. F. About Behaviorism. New York: Knopf; [distributed by Random House, 1974. Print.
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