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Due Dates: • • Points: 100 Overview: Ivan Pavlov and B. F. Skinner each developed theories to address how animals and people

Due Dates:

Points: 100

Overview:

Ivan Pavlov and B. F. Skinner each developed theories to address how animals and people learn.
For this assignment, you are tasked with creating your own unique visual representation that depicts
a comparison of these two theories – Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning.

By the Friday deadline, share your work with the class in the Unit 3 Assignment Forum. By the
Sunday deadline, review your classmates’ work and provide at least one reply.

Instructions:

You can choose how you would like to create your visual representation of these two theories –
perhaps by making a simple graph or chart in a Word document, creating a PowerPoint slide, or using
an infographic. Whichever way you decide to create it, your visual representation must include the
following:

• Key Concepts: Identify and briefly describe the key concepts of both theories.

• Defining Differences: Identify what most significantly differentiates this theory from the other

learning theories discussed in this unit.

• Application to Classroom: Provide three (3) brief examples for each theory of how it might

be used in a classroom setting [a total of six (6) examples in all].

Requirements:

• Provide at least one (1) peer response that elaborates on your classmate’s ideas with further
comment or observation, presents a relevant new idea or viewpoint for consideration, and
raises a question, or politely offers an alternative perspective.

• Include at least two (2) reference citations in correct APA style.

• Post the visual representation and your response to the Assignment Forum by the due dates
listed above.

PSY260 – Educational Psychology

Unit 3 Assignment: Visual of Classical and Operant Conditioning

PSY260–EducationalPsychology
Unit 3 Assignment:Visual of Classical and Operant Conditioning

Be sure to read the criteria by which your work will be evaluated before you write and again
after you write.

Evaluation Rubric for Visual of Classical and Operant Conditioning Assignment

CRITERIA Deficient Development Needed Satisfactory Proficient

Key
Concepts

(0-17 Points) (18-23 Points) (24-26 Points) (27-30 Points)

Did not correctly
identify key
concepts of either
theory and did
not provide
relevant
descriptions.

Missing some key
concepts and/or
descriptions are
lacking clarity or
important details.

Identified the key
concepts of each
theory, but the
descriptions may be
lacking a few
important details.

Identified all key
concepts of each theory
and provided accurate,
concise descriptions.

Application
to
Classroom

(0-17 Points) (18-23 Points) (24-26 Points) (27-30 Points)

Did not provide
classroom
examples, or they
were completely
inaccurate.

Provided less than six
classroom examples,
and/or most examples
lacked relevancy to the
theory.

Provided six
classroom examples,
but a few lacked
relevance to theory.

Provided at least six
classroom examples
(three for each theory),
and all examples were
relevant to the theory.

Defining
Differences

(0-8 Points) (9-11 Points) (12-13 Points) (14-15 Points)

Provided no
defining
differences.

May have provided
defining differences,
but they were not
relevant to either
theory.

Provided a relevant
defining difference for
one theory but not the
other.

Provided a relevant
defining difference for
each theory.

Reference
Citation in
APA Style
Formatting

(0-2 Points) (3 Points) (4 Points) (5 Points)

Reference
citations were not
present, and/or
APA style
formatting has
significant errors.

Some citations were
missing, and/or
citations have some
issues with APA style
formatting.

All references were
cited, but citations
have minor errors in
APA style formatting.

Reference citations
were included and
correctly formatted in
APA style.

Peer
Response

(0 Points) (5 Points) (8 Points) (10 Points)

No response post
made to a
classmate’s
visual.

Peer response
provided though
minimal and lacking
depth by restating or
summarizing what was
already expressed;
details and new ideas
missing or lacking.

Peer response
elaborates on
classmate’s ideas with
further comment or
observation but does
not raise a question or
offer an alternative
perspective.

Peer response
elaborates on
classmate’s ideas with
further comment or
observation; presents a
relevant new idea or
viewpoint for
consideration; raises a
question or politely

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CRITERIA Deficient Development Needed Satisfactory Proficient

offers an alternative
perspective.

Posting Due
Dates

(0 Points) (5 Points) (10 Points)

The visual and response
were not posted by the
due dates of the unit.

Either the visual or the
response was not posted
by the due date of the unit.

Both the visual and response were
posted by the due dates of the unit.

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