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principles of bandura s

Principles of Bandura’s

observational learning theory

principles of bandura s observational learning theory
Principles of Bandura’sobservational learning theory
  • The highest level of observational learning is achieved by first organising and rehearsing the modelled behaviour symbolically and then enacting it overtly. Coding modelled behaviour into words, labels or images results in better retention than simply observing.

Bandura. 1997.

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Principles of Bandura’sobservational learning theory
  • Individuals are more likely to adopt a modelled behaviour if it results in outcomes they value.
  • Individuals are more likely to adopt a modelled behaviour if the model is similar to the observer and has admired status and the behaviour has functional value.

Bandura. 1997.

modelling

Modelling

Bandura’sobservational learning theory

bandura s observational learning theory
Bandura’sobservational learning theory
  • “Modelling is the demonstrating and describing of component parts of a skill to a novice.
  • Is an extremely important component in the development of self-efficacy (ie self-value or self-worth)”.

Modelling

Bruning, Schraw and Ronning. 1999. p133

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Bandura’sobservational learning theory

“Bandura proposed that positive instances of modelling are effective because:

  • They raise expectations that a new skill can be mastered
  • Can provide motivational incentives
  • Can provide a great deal of information about how a skill is performed.”

Why Modelling?

Bruning, Schraw and Ronning. 1999. p133

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Bandura’sobservational learning theory

“Use models or artefacts to clarify what the final product might be. Demonstrating quality performances and products is sound teaching. It raises the bar and sets high expectations in the workshop setting.”

Is modelling sound teaching?

(Joyce & Showers. 1995; Moye-Gregory. 1997cited in Fogarty, R and Pete, B. 2004. p22)

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Bandura’sobservational learning theory
  • “Adults generally prefer a problem-solving orientation to learning.
  • Adults learn best when new information is presented in real-life context”

Why is modelling appropriatefor adult learners?

(Knowles, Holton and Swanson. 2005)