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    • David Evans

      Perspective on Behaviorism presentation

      ...ov's dog, and the rather strange, archival footage of the salivating dogs and experiments of conditional, unconditional and neutral responses in the dogs was interesting (Item #12, Bu...

      • Tamdeka Hughes-Carroll

        Thinking and learning

        ...ecause as I read the section on behaviourism and the illustration of the dogs being conditioned to the bell...g as an association to food being served, even if no food was there. The dogs still had salivation. Well...

        • Tara Thornton

          Reflection

          ...but I felt it was far too broad to speak about for only 3 minutes. So I went with the animal that has had the most impact on my life, dogs! I spoke about my two dogs that I have had through the c...

          • Caroline Phillips

            Week 3 Bread crumbs

            ...to reread the idea of conditioning, but I find it very hard to reduce student behavior/training as reliant on the same conditioning as pavlov's dogs. Students are way more comple...

            • David Zheng

              Week 3 Breadcrumbs

              ...and operant conditioning). This was the learning theory that I was already familiar with from the psychology courses I've taken (Pavlov’s dogs, Skinner boxes, etc.). Respon...

              • Johnny Chapeton

                mBot Dance Challenge

                ...trial and error to try to perfect the timing of the code to the song. Despite all of this, I am happy with my results. P.S. I am sorry about the dogs barking in the background....

                • Alexa Tanglis

                  Week 6 Breadcrumbs

                  ...create relevant examples as hooks for my lessons or as models, but its’ hard if not everyone knows what chicken pox is, or not everyone knows dogs and cats are often domesticat...

                  • Jacqueline Wyman

                    Phase 3: Behaviorism is old school, bring on the Connectivism!

                    Pavlov’s experiment with conditioning dogs to salivate over food even when no food is present is a sound argument to make on behalf of the behaviorism theory. Other every day e...

                    • Sam Hoffman

                      Phase 4 Learning Theories Project

                      ...ned a lot about behaviorism and what it means from the point of view of an educator. Prior to this, I had known about conditioning and Pavlov's dogs from a psychology class I too...

                      • Joanmarie Reid

                        Week 4- Breadcrumbs

                        ...t it can set the tone for learning to actually take place. It seems to have a bad reputation, especially due to its association with Pavlov’s dogs. It involves stimulus and a d...