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in a story can provide cognitive modeling. For example, in an early application of
cognitive modeling to teach problem-solving, Bloom and Broder (1950) allowed
students to compare their problem-solving processes to those modeled by more
successful students. In the Productive Thinking Program (Covington, Crutchfield
& Davies, 1966), cognitive modeling is provided and critiqued by characters in a
series of stories that students read.
Social Cognitive Theory and Technology
As you may remember from chapter 4, Bandura was one of the first to
study the effects of televised models on young children’s aggressive behavior, a
topic of continuing interest to educators and psychologists. Social cognitive 46 theorists have continued to investigate the role of technology in providing models
Technology and Modeling
The potential of technology to provide instructional models to students has
long been recognized For example, you may have purchased self-instructional
tapes that employ models to show yo...
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- Spring '08