Behaviorial_Perspective_050707

Behaviorial_Perspective_050707 - Behavioral Views of...

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    Behavioral Views of Learning Essential Question: How can we use principles of behaviorism to better manage our classrooms and promote student learning? Objectives: Teacher candidates will be able to Describe key elements of behavioral theory Discuss positive and negative aspects of rewarding/ punishing student behavior Analyze behavioral strategies applicable to their own teaching
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    Behavioral Views of Learning Group analyses of research/studies Groups of four Read and discuss studies/research among group Be ready to summarize main points of study and what your group believes are important implications of results for teaching
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    Behaviorial Views of Learning Learning Is evidenced by change in behavior and is observable Focus on external events as causes of changes in behavior (stimuli) Behavior is objective and observable,  whereas what goes on in one’s mind can  never really be known or measured (Watson)
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