Behaviorism in teaching

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One current issue in education is closing the achievement gap for students who have been unsuccessful in school for lots of reasons.

1.  What specifically can teachers do according to behaviorism, to change the shaping effect of the unsuccessful students?

These sites may provide some ideas -  http://iteach4tomorrow.com/?p=50  and  http://www.thebestclass.org/struggle.html

2.  Do you see parallels between managing adults in the business world and teaching kids in the classroom?  What different strategies have worked for you in the past as a leader?

3.  When it comes to non-observable actions as they can have a large impact on learning as does motivation and emotion. So, how we can balance the act of staying in touch with our student’s without being overly intrusive

Each answer should be apx 100 words or more. References found online are also helpful.


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