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  • Behaviorism By: Lindsey Allen
  • Behaviorism Menu What? Who? How? My Classroom
  • Aspects of Behaviorism Behaviorism- the idea that all behaviors are acquired through conditioning. Conditioning occurs through interaction with the environment. “All behavior can be explained without the need to consider internal mental states or consciousness.” “Man is nothing more than a machine that responds to conditioning.”
  • Jim trains Dwight!Jim uses a sound on his computer to trick his coworker,Dwight.Every time the noise sounds, he gives Dwight an Altoid.After a while of doing this, he does not give Dwight andAltiod.Dwight sticks his hand out waiting for an Altoid anyway!He also says his mouth tastes bad!This is an example of Conditioning.Menu
  •  John B. Watson-  Study was based on the experiments of Ivan Pavlov. He claimed that psychology would be concerned only with  Pavlov rang a bell as he fed behavior. dogs.  Each time the dogs heard the bell they knew that a meal was coming, and they salivated.  Pavlov rang the bell without bringing food, but the dogs still salivated.  They had been “conditioned” to salivate at the sound of a bell.John B. Watson
  •  Skinner developed the theory of “operant B.F Skinner conditioning”. This is the idea that we act the way we do because this behavior has had consequences in the past. For example, if your girlfriend gives you a kiss when you give her flowers, you will probably give her flowers when you want a kiss.Menu
  • Classroom Uses Positive Reinforcement: If a student performs well academically and receives positive reinforcement or a reward, the student will want to achieve again! Punishment: A student turns in a paper late, and the teacher gives them a zero. The student learns that he must turn in things on time!
  •  Behavioral change occurs for a reason! The students work for certain things that bring them constructive feelings, and for approval from people they look up to. They learn to change behaviors to please the things they have learned to value. Most behavior is learned and if behaviors can be learned, then they can also be unlearned or relearnedBehaviorism in the ClassroomMenu
  •  Student’s will receive positive reinforcement when they excel. There will be punishment for all disregards of the rules. Set up a positive learning environment, so my students associate my classroom with good feelings!How I Will Use It!
  •  I believe that  Students can learn behaviorism can from their mistakes have positive and good deeds to effects on my better help them classroom. how to thrive in life! I want my students to learn how to be well mannered students, and how to succeed!My Views on BehaviorismMenu