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Social Cognitive Views of learning and Motivation

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Transcript of Social Cognitive Views of learning and Motivation

What is Social Cognitive Theory?
REALLY
,
what does this
mean
...
Modeling
Learning by Observing Others
Term Talk
Self-Efficacy
Agency
Self-Concept
Self-Esteem

Connected Understanding !
SCT
A Perspective on Learning and Motivation that discusses DYNAMIC interactions among many of the behavioral, personal, and cultural factors involved in learning and motivation
Social Cognitive Views of learning and Motivation
Bandura's SLT emphasized
modeling and observation,
but he found this SIMPLE model to restrictive and included elements such as
expectations
and
beliefs
STOP!
What do we know
about expectation and beliefs?
Observational Learning

ACTIVITY!
Self-Efficacy
Agency
Self-Concept
and
Self-Esteem
Let's Talk About Self-Regulated Learning
Self-regulation, as defined in Educational Psychology, is the process of activating and sustaining thoughts, behaviors, and emotions in order to reach goals
Knowledge
Motivation
Volition

SCENARIO
Utilizing the four italicized
components on p. 413
Emotional Self-Regulation
Self-Awareness
Self-Management
Social Awareness
Relationship Skills
Responsible Decision Making
Video
Four
Views
of
Learning

GAME!
Chomsky, C. (1976). Creativity and innovation in child language.
Journal of Education, 158
(2), 37-42.

Kuntz, A. M., Presnall, M. M., Priola, M., Tilford, A., & Ward, R.
(2013) Creative pedagogies and collaboration: An action research project.
Educational Action Research, 21
(1), 42-58.

Woolfolk, A. (2013). Education Psychology. (12th ed.). Boston:
Pearson Education, Ince.
References
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