What is the behaviorist approach to education?

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Behaviorist approaches are built on the idea that behavior is a reaction to a stimulus, and identifies which can be rewarded, becoming more likely to be recurrent in future. Behaviorists such as Skinner and Pavlov focus on observable behavior rather than ideas that cause it. However, this effort refuses to discuss psychological processes that may be involved in learning as these could not be detected easily or accurately studied. It is sometimes known that these explanations are called stimulus-response and refer solely to obvious stimuli whilst ignoring everything else. For effective learning to be established, a plan, (Appendix 1), used to form teaching should be in place before...
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