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Does positive reinforcement always increase our intrinsic desire or motivation to do something? Do we always need to be reinforced ourselves in order to learn? Social Learning / Social Cognitive Theory - – Sub topics (Chapter 11) Basic Assumptions Social Cognitive View of Reinforcement and Punishment Modeling: Effects on Behavior Modeling: Characteristics of Effective Models, Helping Students Learn Self - Efficacy Self - Regulation What type of learning is stressed in social cognitive theory? How is the social cognitive view similar to and different from the behaviorist view? How does the "social" in Social Cognitive Theory influence learning? State 3 ways in which the assumptions of Social Cognitive Theory differ from those of behaviorism. What drives learning - the environment, the individual, or the interaction of the two? (Explain your answer) What is the social cognitive view of reinforcement and punishment? What is the role of:
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a. Expectations b. Vicarious experiences c. Cognitive Processing Is learning necessarily demonstrated by overt behavior? Give a concrete example to illustrate your answer. What is observational learning? Give a concrete example of observational learning in the classroom. Define & give a concrete example of each of the following: a. Response Inhibition b. Response Facilitation c. Response Disinhibition Using a concrete example, describe the steps a teacher might take to teach her students a new skill through modeling. List 2 factors which help a learner identify with a model & imitate him or her. What is role of motivation in observational learning? Give examples of high and low self-efficacy. What effects do high & low student self-efficacy usually have on learning? On motivation? State 3 factors that influence the development of self- efficacy? Give a concrete example to illustrate each factor. Describe one concrete example of self-regulation during problem solving. You want to run the Boston Marathon next spring. To do this you have decided to spend the year training to participate. a. Explain what you would do from a self-regulation perspective. b. Describe how the components of self-regulated behavior apply to your actions before, during and after training has been completed.
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