Behaviorism:
Social Cognitive Theory aka Social Learning
Albert Bandura 1925 Focused on motivational facts and selfregulatory mechanisms, contributing to
person’s behavior, not e...
Social Cognitive Theory Steps
 Attention: Student must be paying
attention to the modeled behavior.
 Retention: Student ...
Behavior Process: Self Regulation
 Self observation: an individual
keeps track of their own actions.

Behavior

Environme...
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
students will
be easily
shown a
video and
see the
behavior
they should
mimic or not
mimic and
easily see a...
Thoughts:
In my classroom, I believe technology will not be used with this theory. Since I
am going into special education...
Thank you!

 http://www.muskingum.edu/~psych/psycweb/history/bandura.htm
 http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/education/saturnobs...
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  1. 1. Behaviorism: Social Cognitive Theory aka Social Learning
  2. 2. 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.
  3. 3. 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
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 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.
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. 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
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