ALBERT BANDURA Social Learning Theory

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ALBERT BANDURA Social Learning Theory

  1. 1. Social LearningTheoryAlbert BanduraPrepared by: LADIE M. BALLESTEROSUniversity of Negros Occidental-Recoletos Bacolod
  2. 2. Social LearningTheory•What•Why•How
  3. 3. What
  4. 4. What is SocialLearning Theory?
  5. 5. Social Learning Theory- also calledobservationallearning- theory thatemphasizes learningthrough observationof others
  6. 6. Social Learning TheoryWe learn not onlyhow to perform abehavior but alsowhat will happen tous in a specificsituation if we doperform it
  7. 7. Types of Observational LearningEffectsINHIBITION - to learn not to dosomething that we already knowhow to do because a model beingobserved refrains from behaving inthat way or does somethingdifferent from what is intended to bedone.
  8. 8. INHIBITION
  9. 9. DISINHIBITION - to learn to exhibit abehavior that is usually disapprovedof by most people because a modeldoes the same without beingpunishedTypes of Observational LearningEffects
  10. 10. DISINHIBITION
  11. 11. FACILITATION – to be prompted to dosomething that is not ordinarilydone because of insufficientmotivationTypes of Observational LearningEffects
  12. 12. FACILITATION
  13. 13. OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING – tolearn a new behavior pattern bywatching and imitating theperformance of someone elseTypes of Observational LearningEffects
  14. 14. OBSERVATIONALLEARNING
  15. 15. Elements ofObservationalLearning
  16. 16. AttentionMental focus or concentrationWillingness of the child to observe andmimic the behavior of a model
  17. 17. RetentionTo encode the behavior in the memoryAbility to store information
  18. 18. ProductionTo actually perform the behaviorobserved
  19. 19. Motivation/ReinforcementForce that drives one to act
  20. 20. Three Forms ofReinforcement
  21. 21. Direct Reinforcement• Occurs when an individual watchesa model perform, imitates thatbehavior and is reinforced orpunished by some individual
  22. 22. Direct ReinforcementVeryGood!
  23. 23. Vicarious Reinforcement• The observer anticipates receivinga reward for behaving in a givenway because someone else hasbeen so rewarded
  24. 24. Vicarious ReinforcementI’ll study inadvance…just like him.
  25. 25. Self -Reinforcement• The individuals strives to meetpersonal standards and does notdepend on or care about thereaction of others
  26. 26. Self-ReinforcementHow do pollengrains look like inactual?
  27. 27. Why
  28. 28. What’s thesignificance of sociallearning theory?
  29. 29. BOBO DOLL EXPERIMENT(Bandura)
  30. 30. How
  31. 31. How can you applysocial learning theoryin the classroom?
  32. 32. LESSONAdjectives
  33. 33. Adjectives are words thatdescribe.Attention:Retention:Production:Motivation:
  34. 34. Thank you!

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