Week 8 (6/27-7/3) Assignment: Social Cognitive Views of Learning and Motivation Weekly Assignment Week 8 (6/27-6/30): Cluster 11 Social Cognitive Views of Learning and Motivation Objective 11.1: Define the basic principles of social cognitive theories of learning and motivation , including triarchic reciprocal causality , modeling/observational learning , self- efficacy , and agency . Objective 11.2: Discuss the roles of observation and self-efficacy in learning. Objective 11.3: Describe important components of self-regulated learning . Objective 11.4: Apply self-regulated learning principles to teaching . Assignment #1 Read the Textbook, Cluster 11 Social Cognitive Views of Learning and Motivation Assignment #2 A (due by 11:59 p.m. EST on Thursday, June 30 th , 2016). Task 1: Discuss the definition of Social Cognitive views of learning in detail (including critical components). (Hint: Social learning theory; Social cognitive theory; Triarchic reciprocal causality; Modeling, etc.) The Social Learning Theory (SCT) was developed by Albert Bandura, 1977. The social learning theory is a model for understanding how people learn through the observation of models. There are different methods of learning used in SCT such as abstract modeling, language, and conceptual learning.