Social Learning Theory - Kennesaw State University

Social Learning Theory - Kennesaw State University

Social Learnin g Theory And Instruction Learning by Observing Inhibition

When you dont do something you normally would. Examples Disinhibition When you do something you normally wouldnt. Examples

More Learning by Observing Facilitation Normal behavior encouraged by consequences. Examples

True Observational Learning Steps: Attention Retention Production Motivation Influences: Model Consequences Expectations Available Help Self-efficacy

Social Learning Theory says: People learn by observin g others. Bandura Who are The Others ?

Parents Involved parents = positive crowds Uninvolved parents = negative crowds The Bobo Doll! Peer Groups at your

School Rednecks Band nerds Jocks Who else? Influence of Teachers

Socially Rejected Students Socially Ignored Students Expectations Social Cognitive Theory

Enactive Learning by Doing Experience Consequences Consequences are Information Vicarious

Learning by Watching Consider the Consequences Recognizes Cognitive Ability expectations, motivation, beliefs Outcomes of Observational Learning

Directing Attention Promoting Existing Behaviors Increasing or Decreasing Inhibitions Teaching New Behaviors Arousing Emotions Are these inhibition, disinhibition, true observational learning, or some combination? Reciprocal Determinis m

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