Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Social-Reinforcement Field Observation using CBAS CODING SHEET Coursework

Social-Reinforcement Field Observation using CBAS CODING SHEET - Coursework recitationThe instructor did not give any specific banish reinforcement either.However, on six instances, the instructor gave general positive reinforcements, during which the observer encouraged generally desirable port from the participants. Again there were no instances of general negative reinforcements.On two occasions, the instructor provided specific skilful instructions to individual members. The instructor overly provided a complete of 34 general technical instructions to the class, representing 74% of the instructors total actions during the session.At no point during the observe session did the instructor act to correct undesirable behavior or breach of discipline among the members, as described in the CBAS coding sheet as memory control. The instructor acted to organize the participants four times during the session by giving instructions relating to their positioning or organization of t he class area.Therefore, the most frequently observed behavior was general technical instructions. This is as would be expected from a gym class, where the participants are only required to follow the instructions of the instructor. Conversely, the least observed behavior was specific reinforcement, both positive and negative, and also general negative reinforcement. The lack of general negative reinforcement is because the success of the gym class relies on the enthusiastic contribution of the participants, and therefore the instructor would not be required to highlight or punish undesirable behavior of the whole group, as this could intimately demotivate the group.The ratio of positive to negative reinforcements was zero, since there were neither positive nor negative reinforcements during the session. However, the ratio of specific technical reinforcements to general technical reinforcements was 234, suggesting that the instructor paid much more attention to the activities of

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