Posted: October 14th, 2021
1.A Social Learning Theory: Modeling/Learning by Imitation definition and function: Inhibition/ disinhibition, responde facilitication, and observational learning.
2.A Social Learning Theory: Modeling/Learning by Imitation that you have seen in your work with children (or workplace or from your own experience as a student) that applies the corresponding theoretical construct or research concept (do not use the examples from readings/modules). If you have not worked with children, you may describe a scene from a movie. Keep in mind that the goal is not to merely provide an example of a concept (e.g., assimilation), but an example of the real application of it (e.g., how a teacher may use assimilation to help children learn a new concept). Every reading has a section on applications, so focus on those sections. The example should show how a practitioner or adult, knowingly or not, is putting that concept into practice. There should be as many entries as members in the group. Depending on the number of group members, after having completed all the different examples, there may be two examples for one of the concepts. I will grade the group discussion forum posts for thoroughness and timeliness, not correctness, which is why peer input is critical.
The analysis is typically done in one or two paragraphs, but make sure to use the sandwich, lasagna or tres leches approach.
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