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Behaviorism

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Lori Ferrington

on 23 June 2011

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Transcript of Behaviorism

Behaviorism Khan Academy Positive Reinforcement Positive reinforcement occurs when the likelihood of a certain behavior increases as a result of the presentation of something pleasant after the behavior. Khan Academy Examples: When you answer a problem correctly:
You get a smiley face.
You earn points and badges.
You gain access to more levels. Negative Reinforcement Negative punishment is the likelihood of a certain behavior decreasing as the result of the removal of something pleasant. Negative reinforcement occurs when the likelihood of a certain behavior increases as a result of removing something unpleasant after the behavior. Negative Punishment Overview: web-based educational resource
free for students, teachers, coaches, parents
provides over 2100 K-12 content videos
student math exercises to practice at own pace
concepts begin with addition and go through calculus
students can earn badges and map their progress http://www.khanacademy.org When you answer a problem correctly:
The drill work is taken away
You complete the level and move on Khan Academy Example: Positive Punishment Positive punishment occurs when the likelihood of a certain behavior decreases as the result of the presentation of something unpleasant after the behavior. Khan Academy Example: When you answer a problem incorrectly:
You get a frowny face Khan Academy Example: When you use a hint:
Your progress bar resets Khan Academy exercises are an online tool that demonstrate the different reinforcements and punishments to help students learn and explore mathematical concepts.
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