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  • We comparing B.F. Skinner and Albert Bandura 각각 어떤 사람인지 간략히 설명 ..
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  • We conquered Skinner & Bandura Group No.4 Prof. Lee JungMin 1146015 박지혜 1146009 김하경 1146014 박지윤 1146029 주현정
  • /16 Ⅰ COMPARE Ⅱ DESIGN PLAN
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    • B.F. Skinner
    • (1904~1990)
    • Operant Conditioning
    • Theory
    • Albert Bandura
    • (1925~ )
    • Social Learning
    • Theory
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    • Learning behavior
    • Environmental events and conditions
    • Reinforcement
  • /16 Reinforcement Type Modeling Standard Skinner Bandura Key factors of learning Direct reinforcement -one to one Indirect reinforcement through the modeling Basic Strategies Positive Reinforcement Negative Reinforcement Positive Punishment Negative Punishment
  • /16 Standard Skinner Bandura The role of Instructor Provide reinforcement
    • Can be one of model
    • When learner failed, offer help / When learner succeed offer reward
    • Indicate learner to follow model’s behavior
    The role of Learner Passive -Response to reinforcement Active -deciding one self's behavior through modeling
  • /16 Standard Skinner Bandura Strengths Skinner studied about reinforcement seriously -> reinforcement type, reinforcement schedule
    • Considering personal factors
    • Accepting various situation
    • Existing many types of model; not only direct but also indirect modeling
    Weakness
    • Overlooking of students’ internal cognitive process
    • Overlooking of the side effect(opposite effect)
    • Ignoring student’s personal factors
    To interact with environment, self-efficacy is so important element but in class where many students attended, it is difficult to develop self-efficacy, individually
  • /16 Standard Skinner Bandura Educational Implication
    • Set behavioral goals
    • Experimental analysis of
    • behavior
    • Considering different
    • learning speed between
    • students
    • Uniting behaviorism and social learning
    • Influence of various factor(mass media) as model
    • Self-regulatory system
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  • /16 Give me a child and I’ll shape him into anything B. F. Skinner We are more heavily invested in the theories of failure than we are in the theories of success A. Bandura
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  • We apply Skinner’s theory and Bandura’s theory to physical education. It’s the assumable situation that class for learning some gymnastic movement with a specific device like Nintendo-Wii that can catch user’s pose and give immediate feedback to user. /16
  • /16 Learning Step Teaching-Learning Process Application with Theories Introduction
    • Straightening up a row of students
    • Stretching and running for warming up
    • Providing learning goal
    • gaining attention
    Development
    • Teacher’s demonstration
    • Explaining the division of motion
    • State learning contents
    • Modeling
  • /16 Learning Step Teaching-Learning Process Application with Theories Application (Practice)
    • Individual practice with Nintendo –Wii
    • Using the principle of teaching machine
    • -> providing immediate feedback individually
    • -> complement for improving self efficacy
  • /16 Learning Step Teaching-Learning Process Application with Theories Application (Practice)
    • Public praise for excellent-doing students
    • punishment for poor-doing students.
    • Offer reinforcement and punishment for students
    • -> Direct reinforcement
    • Observing and feeling
    • -> Indirect reinforcement
  • /16 Learning Step Teaching-Learning Process Application with Theories Application (Practice)
    • Providing opportunities for student to fix their performances spontaneously by observing other excellent-doing friends’ motion
    • Teacher’s coaching for individual students
    • Observing and repeating other students’ performance
    • -> Modeling
    • Direct feedback & coaching
  • /16 Learning Step Teaching-Learning Process Application with Theories Evaluation
    • Final evaluation for students’ performance (Grading)
    • Finishing stretching
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