Behaviorism: Operant Conditioning

Behaviorism: Operant Conditioning
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  • Behaviorism: Operant Conditioning
  • Alright, we have 5 minutes left of our social centers before we head to lunch.
  • Reinforcement: Positive  
  • Yay!
  • It's time to clean up and head to lunch. Everyone that cleans up gets a star added to their chart towards treasure box.
  • Alex and Chloe, I love how nicely you cleaned up and lined up right away!
  • Reinforcement: Negative
  • Yay!
  • Allison, I love how helpful your are! I am going to help you with the rubber duck, if you can grab the bear. 
  • It's time to clean up and head to lunch. Everyone that cleans up gets a star added to their chart towards treasure box.
  • It's time to clean up and head to lunch. Everyone that cleans up gets a star added to their chart towards treasure box.
  • Yay!
  • Ugh, well okay
  • People's actions are driven by a need to gain rewards or avoid punishments.
  • Response increases when a new stimulus is presented.
  • Response increases when a previously existing stimulus is removed. The Teacher helped remove part of the child's task. In the future, Allison should be able to clean up by herself. The teacher rewarded her by helping her clean up.
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