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Emileebatcheler -theory presentation

  1. 1. OperantConditioning By E.B
  2. 2. B.F SkinnerO Operant conditioningO Positive VS Negative ReinforcementO Positive VS Negative Punishment
  3. 3. Operant ConditioningO Focuses on external causes of behaviorO Modifies behavior through positive and negative reinforcement
  4. 4. Positive VS Negative ReinforcementO What is positive reinforcement? O Favorable outcomes given after desired behavior O Praise, reward!O Negative reinforcement? O Removal of an undesired outcome after desired behavior O **it is considered strengthened after the negative is removed**
  5. 5. Positive and Negative PunishmentO Positive punishment? O Unfavorable events weaken responseO What is negative punishment? O Favorable events removed after undesired behavior
  6. 6. Operant Conditioning in the classroomO Teachers can: O Use both reinforcement and punishment in the classroom that can help discipline kids O Motivate students allowing the use of technology in assignments O Prohibit/assign assignment that students would learn from mistakes with technology available
  7. 7. What about the students?O Students can— O Understand appropriate behavior O Know consequences of their actions O Use technology in a way that allows them to feel positive about learning O Having technology available to continue motivating them or help them along the way
  8. 8. Thoughts?O In my opinion, operant conditioning can help me in a classroom setting in the following ways:O Understand students responses to both positive and negative reinforcementO Help discipline students in the appropriate setting and encourage goal settingO Find more ways to motivate students to be successful
  9. 9. CreditsO Operant Conditioning Learning TheoriesO Google Images

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