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1/18                                           2011-2      Learning Theories in Educational Technology                    ...
2/18Contents Monkey sisters TV schedule     ––––15min discussion––––     Educational Melting POT 1st section   Skinner vs....
3/181st   section Skinner vs. Bandura                         3
4/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factorRoleTypeStrategyStrength       Operant conditioning   Social ...
5/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheory                    Learning                         changing learner’s...
6/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factor                                 The Observational Learning P...
7/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factor            Token technique                      Teaching mac...
8/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheory                    learning by reinforcementsKey factor           T o...
9/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factorRole                   Individual learning        apply pra...
10/18       1st    section Skinner vs. BanduraTheory                      Make sequential learning andKey factor         ...
11/183min discussion in discussion                     11
12/18   2nd    section The best educationto make sequential learning andindividual learning possible.we can provide immedi...
13/182nd   section The best education
14/18  2nd     section The best education                                     Application                        Arm movin...
15/18Summary
16/18Summary
17/18Question & Answer
18/18Thank you   for your attention!
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  1. 1. 1/18 2011-2 Learning Theories in Educational Technology Final projectSkinner vs. Bandura Group2 – Monkey sisters 1146003 Suhyeon Kim 1146028 Hyeonjeong Cho 1146031 Eunbyeol Choi 1146034 Hyeonjeong Choi
  2. 2. 2/18Contents Monkey sisters TV schedule ––––15min discussion–––– Educational Melting POT 1st section Skinner vs. Bandura 3min discussion in discussion 2nd section The best education
  3. 3. 3/181st section Skinner vs. Bandura 3
  4. 4. 4/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factorRoleTypeStrategyStrength Operant conditioning Social learningWeakness theory theoryImplication
  5. 5. 5/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheory Learning changing learner’s behaviorKey factorRole everything that can change leaner’s behavior ReinforcementTypeStrategy Model that is observedStrengthWeakness LearningImplication observing the behavior of others
  6. 6. 6/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factor The Observational Learning ProcessRole Attentional processesType Passive Retention processes responding toStrategy teacher’s intention Production processesStrength Incentive & inWeakness Control motivational every learning processes outImplication activities & process
  7. 7. 7/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factor Token technique Teaching machineRole Programmed learningTypeStrategyStrength Observational learningWeaknessImplication
  8. 8. 8/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheory learning by reinforcementsKey factor  T observe, evaluate L’s behaviors  L’s response represent the achievementRole of learningTypeStrategy learning using modelingStrength  L observe behavior of others &Weakness repeat the behaviorImplication
  9. 9. 9/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheoryKey factorRole  Individual learning  apply practicalType  Simple to complex application to real world  Immediate feedback  self-efficacyStrategy  Difficulty ofStrength  Ignore potential ability developing each  Only applied in simpleWeakness situation, not complex learner’s self-efficacy in marginal situationImplication
  10. 10. 10/18 1st section Skinner vs. BanduraTheory  Make sequential learning andKey factor individual learning possible  Suggest guideline andRole foundation to instructorType  Learning goalStrategy  Clearly defined range of behaviorStrength and attitude learned by mediaWeakness More technical reinforcement and punishmentImplication
  11. 11. 11/183min discussion in discussion 11
  12. 12. 12/18 2nd section The best educationto make sequential learning andindividual learning possible.we can provide immediate feedbacklearning using modelingStudents observe behavior of othersand repeat the behavior
  13. 13. 13/182nd section The best education
  14. 14. 14/18 2nd section The best education Application Arm moving (in water) Arm moving (on ground)Kicking
  15. 15. 15/18Summary
  16. 16. 16/18Summary
  17. 17. 17/18Question & Answer
  18. 18. 18/18Thank you for your attention!
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