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  • Albert BanduraCognitive Social Learning TheoryMs. Newton and Ms. Bender

  • BiographyBorn on December 4, 1925 in Northern AlbertaReceived bachelor degree in Psych from University of British Columbia in 1949Received PhD from University of Iowa in 1952Married and had two daughters in IowaBegan teaching at Stanford University in 1952 and wrote a book called Adolescent Aggression with Richard WaltersBecame President of the APA in 1973, won the APA award in 1980 for Distinguished Scientific Contributions

  • Observational LearningDefinition: Learning that results from observing the behaviours of othersSteps: watch a models behaviour, digest what we observe, store information in memory in order to imitate later

  • Bobo Doll Experimenthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeE_Ymzc1rE

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  • Reciprocal DeterminismDefinition: the notion that the flow of influence between children and their environment is a two way street. The environment may affect the child but the behaviour also influences the environment

  • Reciprocal Determinism

  • Applications of Theory into ClassroomObservational Learning: Students learn through observing others (example: book buddies)Reciprocal determinism: Home environment affects school behaviour

  • Application of Theory into Special EducationIf students are wiggling and is having trouble focusing during lessons, place them beside a student who focuses well and doesnt wiggle

  • Sara PorterNot a warm learning environmentHome environmentMs. Mercers negative commentsClassroom role model

  • BibliographyAlbert Bandura Biography. (2008). Retrived January 9, 2009, from http://www.psych.ualberta.ca/~gcpws/Bandura/Biography/Bandura_bio2.htmlBandura (1965) Bobo Doll on TV. (2007, February 14). YouTube. Retrieved Janurary 9, 2009, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeE_Ymzc1rEBoree, C.G. 2006. Albert Bandura: 1925 - present. Personality Theories. Retrieved January 9, 2009, from http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/bandura.htmlSara Porter documentShaffer, D.R., Wood, E., Willoughby, T., (2005). Developmental Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence. United States: Thomson Nelson.