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Intro to Psychology Series: #1 Classical Conditioning (Pavlov & Watson)
Students learn Classical Conditioning in a way that allows them to recognize the real world effects.
US Grade 9 - 12
Beginner - Advanced Level
Students will learn Classical Conditioning (Pavlov's & Watson's versions). Preparation assignments will be completed before the start of class to ensure a deeper level of understanding by the end of each session. For the class sessions: There will be a short video &/or lecture, a short discussion of the prep assignments (with feedback), then students will participate in an activity. I have high expectations in terms of student preparation, but I run my classes with an explorative openness...
This class is designed with the following learning objectives in mind: 1. Students will learn what a theory is. 2. Students will understand the basics of Pavlov's & Watson's versions of Classical Conditioning theory. 3. Students will be able to find examples of Classical Conditioning Theory in the real world.
I have an M.S. degree in general psychology from Walden University (4.0 G.P.A.), have been teaching college psychology since 2013 in Southern CA, and have formalized and published my own learning and development theory.
Students will be assigned a video(s), homework prep sheets, etc., in advance of class. All prep work must be done to ensure the best learning opportunity, & the most fun. Yes, learning theory can be fun if done right! : ) The length of time spent on the prep work may vary from student to student. However, I would say no less than 2 to 3 hours should be spent to prepare for these interactive class sessions.
Students will be expected to watch a special prep video(s), do prep worksheets to organize and process what they learn before class, and will be asked to share their prep learning experience and outcomes with the class. Prep instructions will be provided in the online classroom. So, be sure to log on in advance of the class, and be ready to spend 2 to 4 hours studying in advance of the scheduled class session. The more a student has processed the material before class begins, the more capable that student will be as we look for real-world examples of theory during the class session. : )
I do not grade students in this class. Participation & engagement will be expected during the class session, & immediate feedback will be given to the students themselves. Please be interested in learning psychology theory if you register for this class.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Meet the teacher
Hello! I am excited to invite you to participate in one of my online learning adventures. To me, creative learning is a fun, lifelong event, and I love to learn as much from my students as they learn from me. What do I teach and what are my...
$50for 2 classes
1x per week, 2 weeks
Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
10-15 learners per class