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  • 1. Alicia
    Elizabeth
    Lourdes
    Vinicius
    Behaviorism
  • 2. Begins with the “learning perspective”
    It’s the development theory that observes and measures behavior.
    It has a lot of memorization, repetition, and conditioning. Feeling like a puppet.
    What is behaviorism
  • 3. Begins with the “learning perspective”
    It’s the development theory that observes and measures behavior.
    It has a lot of memorization, repetition, and conditioning.
    What is behaviorism
  • 4. “Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten.” B.F. Skinner
    They were theorists who believed that behaviorism should be incorporated into education with support and guidance by the educator.
    Skinner also believed behaviorism will shape educational practices.
    B.F. Skinner & John B. Watson
  • 5. It is known that the learner is passive, learner has a clean slate, and the ability to learn anything it is taught.
    The learner’s behavior is shaped through negative or positive reinforcement.
    This creates stimulus- response which will be reinforced.
    Describing the learner
  • 6. Good behavior is rewarded, and inappropriate behavior is punished.

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