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Keith Winslet C. VitasaBEED-3A1.Social Learning TheoryAlbert Bandura's social learning theory emphasizes the necessity of observing, modeling, and imitatingother people's behaviors, attitudes, and emotional reactions. Human learning and behavior areinfluenced by both environmental and cognitive variables, according to social learning theory.Basic Social Learning ConceptObservational Learning: People can learn through observation• A live model: The behavior is demonstrated or acted out by a person.• A verbal instructional model: This includes behavior descriptions and explanations.• A symbolic model: Which involves actual or fictional characters in books, movies, television shows, oronline media displaying behaviors.Intrinsic Reinforcement: Is a form of internal reward that includes feelings of pride, contentment, andsuccess.The modeling process: Learning does not lead to a change of behavior.There are four mediational mechanisms in the social learning theory that assist determine whether anew behavior is acquired:1.Attention: Before we can imitate a behavior, it must first get our attention. It is clear that attention iscritical in determining whether a behavior influences imitation.2.Retention: How well we remember the behaviour. While a behavior may be observed, the observerwill not repeat it unless a memory is developed. Because social learning takes time, it's important toremember what you've learned.3.Reproduction: The ability to carry out the action. This is the ability to imitate a behavior that we see. Ithas an impact on our decision regarding whether or not to try out the behavior.4.Motivation: Willingness to imitate the behavior. It entails learning via seeing the effects of one'sactions on others rather than through direct experience.Strength and Weaknesses of Social Learning TheoryStrength: Positive reinforcement implies that the observer's mimicked action is positive, and so theaction may be rewarded or applauded by others.Weakness: When the observer's imitated action is bad and could offend or damage others.
Implications for Social Learning Theory on teachers and student learningThis theory may undoubtedly be applied to teaching kids positive actions. Positive role models can helpteachers enhance desired behaviors and change a school's culture. Individual pupils, as well as the entireclass and student body, will benefit from excellent role models in and out of the classroom.2.Experiential Learning TheoryLearning by doing. The experiential learning theory is based on this. Experiential learning is based on thenotion that the best way to learn something is really by actually having experiences. Those experiencesstick with you and aid in the retention of information and facts.

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