I was very excited to read our textbook this week. This is very strange considering its close to PSSAs and who has the time to actually READ?!
It should be stated that the topics in our reading were "reinforcing effort" and "homework and practice" from our textbook Using
I was particularly drawn to the generalization I saw in the homework/practice chapter of our book on pg. 187 that stated "if homework is assigned, it should be commented upon." My first thought was, "Oh heavens! Over 100 assignments at least twice a week to comment on!" This is where I believe
Along similar lines having measurable data on each student provides a very good lesson in effort correlating to success. It is very easy to use
Once again I ask:
How do you AVOID using behaviorist theories?
Laureate Education, Inc. (Producer). 2009. Behaviorist Learning Theory [Motion picture]. Bridging
Learning Theory, Instruction, and
Pitler, H., Hubbell, E., Kuhn, M., & Malenoski, K. (2007). Using