When: 05/23/2020 12:00am to 05/25/2021 11:59pm
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Now that we have explored the Dunning-Kruger Effect on trainers, we turn to how biases affect our training practices, plans, and methodologies. Traditionally, training plan design sketches out a loosely defined linear series of steps and an identified behavior is dealt with as single unrelated units to the whole of our learner’s needs. Constructional design considers a behavior as a cluster of actions that are interlinked as components of a larger picture and is single species focused but in training there are two species involved in every training session. Using three training case studies, we will examine trainer, consultant, and institutional bias and their impact on animal behavior, building methodology, toy choice, training plans, and the core components of behavior learners require over the arc of their life.