In this episode, we look at the transformative power of behavior analysis positioned as a selection science, in tackling prevalent educational issues. Drawing upon the profound insights from the article, "Breaking the Structuralist Barrier", we discuss the principles of selectionism and explore how the principles have been actualized in the Morningside Model of Generative Instruction, a behavioral program with remarkable results on adult literacy and children's learning and attention issues. We review Morningside curricula, analyzing their key component elements and foundational tool skills. We also dive into teaching methodologies that focus on fostering component behaviors to achieve fluency, culminating in the emergence of new and complex repertoires often with minimal instruction.
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ReferencesBreaking the structuralist barrier: Literacy and numeracy with fluency