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Ed. Psychology

QuestionAnswer
shaping guide students toward goals by reinforcing steps which lead to sucess
Extinction reinforcers are withdrawn behavior weakens and disappears
fixed ratio fixed interval
fixed number certain periodical times
variable ratio, unpredictable numbers variable interval, sometimes not others
Albert Banduras Social learning theory, observation imitation
The 4 Phases Attention, Retention, Reproduction, Motivation
vicarious learning observation of consequences of others behavior
Self regulated behavior observe yourself, judge against your own standards, reinforce or punish accordingly, set standards and reflect
Social Learning Theory Mieichenbokum, cognetive behavior, modification
Cognitive Behavior Modification changing one behavior by means of self talking or self behaving
Atkinson Shiffirin Model enviromental stimulus, sensory registration(repeat), short term memory(working), Longterm (storage for retrieval)
episodic personal, emotional
symantic general knowledge, learning with info
precedural how to do, relex
Questioning point 1.prompts students,2.Encourage thinking, 3. Learning probes, 4. Wait time, 5. Call students, 6. Use all people response. 7. Provide think time
process product studies basis of direct studies
concept learning an abstract idea generalize from specific ideas
Created by: Angel of Spades