“Meet Your Tutors” is a monthly event where Ethology Institute’s tutors and students meet and discuss and clarify various animal behavior and learning topics. Sep 17, 2020, the tutors investigate stress and apply their critical thinking whether the slogan, “There are no problem dogs, only problem owners” is correct or reasonable.
This meeting’s goal was to show the students how to conduct a productive discussion and reach a conclusion.
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Meet Your Tutors, Sep 17, 2020: Stress and Critical Thinking
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Is the slogan, "There are no problem dogs, only problem owners" correct?CorrectIncorrect
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Experience shows that we obtain the best results when subjecting the learner to the highest level of stress with which they can cope for any given desired learning objective.CorrectIncorrect
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Introducing a higher level of stress to a desired learning objective, thus setting the learner up to fail, is purposeful in some circumstances.
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