1,219 Views

(This is a continuation of points no 1-30, Please click here to read previous post )

31.Vicarious Reinforcement .

Phenomenon In Which A Response Increases In Frequency When Another Person Is Observed Being Reinforced For That Response .

32.Reinforcement .

Act Of Following A Response With A Reinforcer .

33.Guided Participation .

A Child’s Performance With Guidance And Support Of An Activity In The Adult World .

34.Scaffolding .

Support Mechanism That Helps A Learner Successfully Perform A Task Within His Or Her Zone Of Proximal Development .

35.Extinction

The Weakening And The Eventual Elimination Of Learned Behaviour As Reinforcement Is Withdrawn .

36.Schema

General Understanding Of What An Object Or Event Is Typically Like .

37.Mita Cognition .

Knowledge And Belief About Once On Cognitive Processes ,As Well As Conscious Attempt To Engage In Behaviors Add Thought Processes That Increase Learning And Memory .

38.Conditioned Stimulus .

A Previously Neutral Stimuli That Evokes A Particular Response After Having Been Paired With An Unconditioned Response .

39.Blooms Taxonomy .

Taxonomy Of 6 Cognitive Processes Wedding In Complexity That Lessons Might Be Decide To  Faster  .

40.Rehearsal .

Cognitive Process In Which Information Is Repeated Over And Over To Remember .

41.Elaboration .

Cognitive Process In Which Learners Embellish On New Information Based On What They Already Know .

42.Variable Ratio Schedule .

Reinforcement Schedule In Which Desired Behaviour Is Rewarded Following A Constant Amount Of Time .

43.Working Memory .

Component Of Memory That Holds And Actively Things About And Processes A Limited Amount Of Information .

44.Conceptual Change .

Revision Of One’s Understanding Offer Topic In Response To New Information .

45.Intrinsic Reinforcers.

Behaviour That A Person Enjoys Engaging In For Their Own Sake Without Any Reward .

46.Time Out .

Procedure Of Removing A Student From A Situation In Which Misbehavior Was Being Reinforced .

47.Stage Theory

Theory That Depicts Development As A Series Of Relatively Discrete Periods .

48.Cues.

Signals As To What Behavior Will Be Reinforced Or Punished .

49.Learning .

A Relatively Permanent Change In An Organisms Behaviour Due To Experience .

50.Aversive Stimulus.

An Unpleasant Consequence That A Person Try To Avoid Or Escape .

51.Consequences .

Pleasant Or Unpleasant Conditions That Follow Behaviour And Affect The Frequency Of Future Behavior .

52.Modeling .

Demonstrating A Behavior For Another Also Observing And Initiating Another’s Behavior .

53.Presentation Punishment .

An Adverse Stimulus Following A Behavior Used To Decrease The Chances That The Behavior Will Occur Again .

54.Biha .

Wire Learning Theories Explanations Of Learning That Emphasis Observable Changes In Behavior .

55.Authentic Activity .

Similar Activity Which Student Encounter In The Outside World .

56.Information Processing Theory .

Focuses On How Learn Is Mentally Think About New Information And Events And How Such Process Change With Development .

57.Vicarious  Punishment :

Response Decreases In Frequency When Another Person Is Observed Being Punished For That Response .

58.Meaningful Learning .

Cognitive Process In Which Learners Related New Information To Think They Already Know .

59.Cognitive Learning Theories .

Explanation Of Learning That Focus On Mental Processes .

60.Prior Knowledge Activation .

Process Of Reminding Learners Of Things They’ve Already Learned Relative To A New Topic .

Categories: Pedagogy

0 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *