[Ous-lp-rp13] Behaviorist Approach
amanda.burns at redstreaks.org
Sat Sep 15 15:43:18 EDT 2018
Amanda, Tony, Molly
*The Technical Core--Learning:* *A change in knowledge or behavior—how can
you place this definition in your long-term memory?*
Observable changes in behavior, skills, and habits.
*Behavioral Approach:** When visiting a classroom as a principal, in what
circumstances might you witness the appropriate use of the behavioral
§ Learning targets/objectives
§ Feature the student’s success and effort and ability to build
§ Direct Instruction
§ Mastery Learning
§ Rules/structure in orderly fashion
*Cognitive Perspective:** Why is an understanding and application of the
concepts of working memory and long-term memory helpful with the obtainment
of effective instruction?*
Overcoming working memory can be done with rehearsal and chunking in order
to obtain effective instruction.
Elaboration adds meaning to new information by connecting already existing
knowledge (pg. 67).
*Constructivist Approach:** When visiting a classroom as a principal, in
what circumstances might you witness the appropriate use of the
(Anything opposite of direct instruction)
§ Student choice
§ Higher order thinking
§ Students engaging in discovery activities
§ Real world applications
§ Student led discussions
§ Problem solving
§ Cooperative learning
§ Scaffolding to allow student growth as a student led idea.
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