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  • Behaviorism: Social Cognitive Theory aka Social Learning
  • Albert Bandura 1925 Focused on motivational facts and selfregulatory mechanisms, contributing to person’s behavior, not environmental factors  Believed people acquire behavior through observation of others. After observing they imitate what they have witnessed.  Proved his Social Cognitive Theory by studies including television commercials and videos with violent scenes.
  • Social Cognitive Theory Steps  Attention: Student must be paying attention to the modeled behavior.  Retention: Student needs to remember the activities that were modeled.  Reproduction: Students response shows symbols of the modeled behavior with practice.  Motivation: reinforces are used to make children more likely to imitate behaviors. Imagery: an individuals ability to retain information through images in the mind. Self-Efficacy: an individuals personal observation about one’s perceived ability to think, motivate to learn and feel
  • Behavior Process: Self Regulation  Self observation: an individual keeps track of their own actions. Behavior Environmental  Judgment: compare what an individual observers with standards that are set by society. Personal  Self response: depending on a persons standards set for themselves, they will give themselves an award.
  • Without technology teachers will have to find other ways to be able to show a behavior and see if a student would mimic it. With technology teachers can show students something and observe their behavior.
  • With technology students will be easily shown a video and see the behavior they should mimic or not mimic and easily see a positive or negative result. Without technology students will be observed by learning the behviors and actions of fellow students and seeing if they are positive or negative results.
  • Thoughts: In my classroom, I believe technology will not be used with this theory. Since I am going into special education I believe the students will learn through the actions of themselves and fellow classmates,. Whether or not they get a positive or negative reaction.
  • Thank you!  http://www.muskingum.edu/~psych/psycweb/history/bandura.htm  http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/education/saturnobservation/volunteermembers/  http://www.columbia.edu/~rsb2162/bromp.html Jennifer Furgione