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Click to edit Master subtitle style Day 2: Observational Learning Unit 3: Learning Happens In Social Contexts
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Activate Prior Knowledge You need to teach your students how to do long division and you are aware that this will probably be challenging for them. You decide to use Vygotsky’s theory to help you create your lesson plan. Therefore: l Briefly explain what you would specifically do to teach them long division l Briefly explain how you incorporated Vygotsky’s theory in your lesson plan.
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Big Ideas Observational learning is learning by watching others. l Can also be called “modeling” People can either imitate the behavior they observed or develop expectations about the consequences of behavior ( vicarious learning )
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Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory Attention Retention Production Motivation
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Bandura & The Bobo Doll Experiment http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWsxfo http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xlaAk
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The Bobo Doll Experiment What do the Bobo doll experiments reveal about teaching & learning? l People learn through imitation l Influence is greater from same-sex models l Reinforcement and punishment do not always have to be used or be used directly to influence behavior What might happen if the model in the
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Vicarious Learning Vicarious punishment Vicarious reinforcement
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