Bandura's social learning theory

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a-level child care play learning development Mind Map on Bandura's social learning theory, created by Sena Jabeen on 03/12/2015.
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Bandura's social learning theory
1 introduction
1.1 bandura's theory is important as it gives an in sight in to human behaviour and morals
1.2 social theorist believer that children learned through conditioning conditioning is being able to learn through our past experience they can also teach us to not do something or how to do something
1.3 for example a child is using the glue and the child is constantly putting the glue near the mouth the early practioner will teach the child not to put it in their mouth and take away the glue from the child this is conditioning them to not to eat the glue this is important as the first stage they will constantly put it in their mouth and slowly will learn not to eat the glue
2 the bobo experiment
2.1 this is the experiment in which bandura proved that children learn behaviour by watching adults bandura showed a film to 3 groups of children A B C
2.2 GROUP A saw the adult being agressive towards the doll
2.2.1 GROUP B saw the adult being agressive towards the doll and were given sweets and lemonade by another adult
2.2.1.1 GROUP C saw the adult being agressive towards the doll they were then told off by another adult
2.2.1.1.1 each child was taken to the play room and were given a variety of toys including the bobo doll
3 model and modelling
3.1 model is the person who will teach the child to be able to to learn new things from
3.2 for example this is heidi ray she is watching the early year professional who is explain the activty to her and the uses of the gloop and the texture of the gloop to directly or be able to imitate the adult
3.3 modelling is the learning is taken place this allows the child to be able to gain experience this allows the child to be able to learn and be able to expirence learning first hand
3.4 for example Rosa iis modelling she is learning first hand the texture of the gloop by first hand this allows her to understand the gloop more
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