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    behavior annalists have lived with the controversy of whether Distributed practice or Massed practice produces better learning. Many discoveries about the mind from cognitive scientist prove that there are certain techniques that improve the memory more than others. A group of rookie scientists decided to ask Dr. Sean Kang which is an assistant Professor and also Director of “Cognition and Education Lab located at Dartmouth College, about which is the most effective technique for teachers to use with their students to learn something well. Without any hesitation, he explained how Distributed practice over Massed practice has been proven to be the most efficient strategy that can produce durable learning experiences and retention to the working memory. Many experiments have been conducted by scientists with proving results that Distributed practice in fact, produces better learning in any individual no matter the age and also to any trainable animal. On the other hand, massed practice, even though is effective in some individuals, has not been proven to be as successful in helping the working memory retain the information learned as Distributed practice has. Distributed practice, also known as Spacing Practice, uses strategies that help the…

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    Content area E, Specific Behavior-Change Procedures include the task list items E-12: Errorless Teaching (Behavior Analyst Certification Board, 2012). My submission for this content area is the Relias instructional video that was completed during SPE 565, which demonstrated errorless teaching. Errorless teaching is a teaching method which limits the learner’s ability to make errors. The learner is prompted to respond correctly. The learner receives the highest level of assistance to ensure…

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    difficulties in language and communication skills in autism affect cognitive and social development (Kurt, 2011). Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is used to increase behavior in the areas of imitation, receptive and expressive language, gross and fine motor skills, tantrums, aggression, and vocal and motor stereotypic behavior ((MacDonald,2014). As a result, there is a strong need for young children to start receiving Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). Furthermore, ABA is the systematic…

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    Time delay is a response prompting procedure with low error rates that fades prompting to ensure students learning do not become prompt dependent. Time delay can be used for academics, language and communication, social skills, motor skills, and play skills. It is effective for students in preschool to high school, it can be used in or out of the classroom, and it is cost effective and easy to implement. The EBP discusses the two different, but very similar types of TD, which are Constant…

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    In a study using the Accessible Literacy Learning curriculum all words are read to the student and the student then answers questions by either touching the picture on their device, sign, or by pointing (Ahlgrim-Delzell, Browder, & Wood, 2014). This use of augmentative communication device (ACC) is both functional and academic due to the fact that speech is removed from the equation makes learning to use ACC a functional skill and learning phonics is an academic skill. In study by Ḉelik and…

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    Bulloch, K. (n.d.). How to adapt your teaching strategies to student needs . Reading Rockets, Retrieved from http://www.readingrockets.org/article/370 In this article Bulloch discussed the importance of modifying lessons to accommodate all learners in your classroom. She explained and gave specific details of the different ways that you could help learners. Several categories that she listed included if students have difficulty learning by listening, difficulty expressing themselves verbally,…

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    The Intelligent Investor

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    investing slogan, “buy what you know” (Zweig 125). An example of buying what one knows is what Barbra Streisand once said, ‘“We go to Starbucks every day, so I buy Starbucks stock’” (Zweig 126). Lynch argues finding a promising company is the first step, and the next step is doing the research (126). People already “knows it before Wall Street knows it” due to having a sense of what sells and what does not (Zweig 125). Zweig furthered Lynch’s point and stated stock buyers are able to do…

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    Negatives Of Homework

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    According to the article “The Motivational Benefits of Homework”, the reason homework is so essential is because it plays a key role in the development of a child’s motivation to achieve (Bempechat 2). Another reason homework is important for a child’s education is because homework assignments provide time and background teens need to establish study habits that are valuable for learning. Some of these important skills include teaching teenagers that it is acceptable to make mistakes and the…

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    What Motivates a Student? Motivation is the entire constellation of factors, some inside the organism and some outside, that cause an individual to behave in a particular way at a particular. A constant struggle for teachers and college professors is to get their students motivated to learn and for them to receive a high overall average letter grade in the class. In a journal written by Phyllis C. Blumenfeld called “Classroom Learning and Motivation: Clarifying and Expanding Goal Theory”…

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    A)Justify which phase(s) of learning the students in your team were in. The year 5 that I worked with were just at the beginning phase of associative learning when they started the day playing football. Associative learners understand the basic skills of the game and the rules they can do the skill but need feedback and can self correct a little bit, they can stay in this stage for a long time and it is necessary to get lots of practice to move on. Throughout the morning they developed their…

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