Breaking the structuralist barrier. Literacy and numeracy with fluency.

@article{Johnson1992BreakingTS,
  title={Breaking the structuralist barrier. Literacy and numeracy with fluency.},
  author={Keith R. Johnson and T V Joe Layng},
  journal={The American psychologist},
  year={1992},
  volume={47 11},
  pages={1475-90}
}
Behavior analysis is an example of a selection science, and behavioral programs that follow the tenets of selectionism, long advocated by B. F. Skinner, can have a large impact on social problems. This article describes the characteristics of selection sciences and their application in the Morningside Model of Generative Instruction, which addresses both adult literacy and children's learning and attention problems. School curricula are analyzed for their key component elements and underlying… CONTINUE READING

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