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Chapter 6: Behavioral Psychology and Learning

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  1. Theories of Learning
    Visit this Web site for a graphically-rich presentation of learning theories, including behaviorism and social learning theory.
    Textbook links: see pages 203-205, 208-214.

  2. Observational (Social) Learning
    This Web site describes Albert Bandura's social learning theory and provides links to resources that show how to apply this theory in the classroom.
    Textbook links: see pages 219-221.

  3. The Honor Level System: Discipline by Design
    The Honor Level System is a behavior management program that honors a student's dignity. This resource provides discipline techniques and suggestions for maintaining a positive classroom environment.
    Textbook links: see pages 208-211, 217-219.

  4. NCREL: Working Toward Student Self-Direction and Efficacy as Educational Goals
    At this Web site you will find ideas about how to nurture student self-direction and personal efficacy by providing students with opportunities before, during and after instruction to exercise more control of their own behavior and learning.
    Textbook links: see pages 234-235.


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