Compose a post that addresses the above questions and make connections to

Compose a post that addresses the above questions and make connections to the content from the course this week using 3 digital powerups. Remember to cite content from one or more of the texts with page number, and comment on at least one other student post using 1-2 additional powerups.
Remember: List or restate something you just read; then, add an opinion in your response. Use #remember.
Understand: Ask a question that will help you understand what you read. Allow a peer to respond to your question. Use #understand.
Apply: Organize what you read into something new. Include a poem, chart, timeline, diagram, or model in your response. Use #apply.
Analyze: Examine a quote you read, and then compare it to a different text. Explain why you think they’re related. Use #analyze.
Evaluate: Critique something that you read in a respectful manner. Cite text-based evidence in your response. Use #evaluate.
Create: Develop a novel response based on what you read using text, video or other supplies to innovate. Use #create.
Connect: Connect a real-world experience to concepts in the assigned reading.  Use #connect.
Critical think: Judge the content of what was read using reasoning. Use #Criticalthink.
Problem solve: Write about how the question could be solved. Use #Problemsolve.
Data/Research: Answer the question through research and data. Use: #Data/Research.
Explain with detail both classical and operant conditioning learning theories -If you don’t fully understand the learning theories, it is advised that you research more – this is good practice for what will be expected of you as a student – research what you don’t understand. 
If behavior is conditioned by associations between a stimulus and a response that is later triggered, how can that apply to learning for college students? Consider what your study habits are. Are you used to being told what to read, how to do the homework, or that reading doesn’t really matter because you will still earn an A? Why might it be important to “break out” of those habits so that you are in greater charge of your own learning?
Identify a place where you tend to study and what triggers are there that lead to distractions or other behavior other than studying?
What can you do to retrain or recondition yourself so that those triggers no longer hinder your learning?