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Social Sciences - Education / Pedagogy
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|English term or phrase: behaviorism|
|Definition from teAchnology:|
A psychological theory that claims all mental states can be reduced to statements of observable behaviors. In learning theory, the claim is all learning is based on a stimulus-response relationship.
- Behaviorism, along with applied linguistics, which developed detailed descriptions of the differences between languages, had a great influence on language teaching. TESL HISTORY
- In behaviorism the teacher is the main focus of the class and all the students must often follow the directions exactly as they are given. Articlebase
- In education, advocates of behaviorism have effectively adopted this system of rewards and punishments in their classrooms by rewarding desired behaviors and punishing inappropriate ones. Department of Educational Psychology and Instructional Technology, University of Georgia
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|النظرية السلوكية أو الفلسفة السلوكية|
السلوكية هي نظرية تعتبر السلوك مجرد استجابة فسيولوجية للمثيرات التي تحدثها البيئة الخارجية وتفترض هذه النظرية أن التعلم يحدث بطريقة المثيرات والاستجابات مع إشتراط أن الاستجابات الصحيحة يتم تعزيزها وأن الاستجابات غير الصحيحة يعاقب عليها.
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