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Learning: Classical vs. Operant Conditioning

Learning: Classical vs. Operant Conditioning

Project Title Classical and Operant Conditioning Developer Joe Buffa Program PowerPoint in Kiosk mode The project in a sentence… This project will be designed to serve as a way for students to learn about the different parts that make up a classical and operant conditioning experiment, culminating with students being asked to demonstrate their knowledge by creating their own experiments. Standards Addressed: National Standards for High School Psychology Curricula Category: Learning Content Standard 1: Classical Conditioning Students will be able to: 1.1 Describe the principles of classical conditioning. 1.3 Apply classical conditioning to everyday life. Content Standard 2: Operant Conditioning Students will be able to: 2.2 Describe the principles of operant conditioning. 2.4 Apply operant... Show More
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Dale Ehrhart
Dale Ehrhart (Faculty)
5 years ago

This StAIR goes through the topics of classical and operant conditioning. In this StAIR, information is provided in a variety of formats and student must answer questions correctly to proceed through the content.

Technical Remarks:

The StAIR is easy to use although the video didn't work for me and the link to the outside website forced me to start the StAIR over. Because there is so much information to learn over Classical and Operant conditioning I would consider making two StAIRs out it.

Time spent reviewing site: 35
Suzanne Reinhardt
Suzanne Reinhardt (Faculty)
6 years ago

This was an effective teaching tool for learning about classical and operant conditioning. The text layout was visually appealing and nice to work with. The UDL principles worked well, and the relearning helpfully brought the viewer back to the original point then to the questions in a way that worked well. Many of the slides had some visuals, but some of the wordier ones could have used something small. However, the slides that were exclusively diagrams were excellent and a needed break from subject matter that has a tendency to be dense. A small mechanical correction to consider would be not to put a period on the end of sentence fragments. Or choose to always use periods, but just be consistent throughout.

Technical Remarks:

Technically this UDL worked well except that the links to the videos were broken.

Time spent reviewing site: 25