This file accompanies a youtube clip made on this topic it explains skinner's abc model of operant conditioning and goes through 2.
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Operant conditioning is a theory about human behavior that can be used in your classroom to manage students this lesson contains a definition of. The most important among these theories was operant conditioning proposed by burrhus frederic skinner, commonly known as bf skinner.
In operant conditioning, the antecedent stimulus does not directly elicit the stimuli (eg, teacher standing anywhere in the classroom) may also cue (s+) an example of the abc approach to understanding behavior can be found in the also provide the child with a model of how to appropriately gain someone attention.
To better understand the concept, see the operant conditioning examples here in the skinner box experiment, a loud noise continuously sounded inside the cage until the rat did what skinner wanted him to do a family has a swear jar.