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Behaviorism, Cognitivism, Social Cognitivism
Transcript of Behaviorism, Cognitivism, Social Cognitivism
Behaviorism, Cognition & Social Learning
a conditioned stimulus (ringing of bell) signals the occurrence of a unconditioned stimulus (food), which leads to an unconditioned response (salivation), which eventually allows for the conditioned stimulus to produce a conditioned response (salivation) without the presence of the unconditioned stimulus (food).
Changing one's behaviors through a series of reinforcements (positive = rewards, negative = removal of something aversive) and/or punishments (positive = adding an aversive element, negative = taking away a positive element)
What are different teaching methods that employ different versions of behaviorism?
What are teaching methods that employ social learning theory?
Person demonstrates behavior
Person describes behavior and provides instruction that helps another person perform that behavior
Behavior is modeled via a form of media (e.g. video, radio, internet, etc.)
Unlike Behaviorism, Cognitive Learning assumes that we have mental processes including attention, memory, language acquisition, solving problems, and decision-making.
What are examples of cognitive techniques used in your subject area?
Kurt Love, Ph.D.
A learner focuses on the subject, which is allows for understanding to eventually occur
A thought/idea remains in the learner's mind
Learner is able to perform or describe a concept. This can deepen retention.
Having the desire to imitate the behavior
A Foundation of