What are the types of reinforcements?
What is vicarious learning?
What are the basic concepts in Classical Conditioning?
What is reciprocal determinism?
Using punishment in the classroom
Self Regulation Stages?
Vicarious reinforcement vs Vicarious punishment
Which are the behaviours learnt through modelling?
How to use punishment effectively
What is enactive learning?
What is learning?
What is guided participation?
Education Implications of Social Cognitive Theory
Types of Models
Zone of Proximal Development
Main principles of Social Cognitive Theory
What is stimulus generalisation?
Education implications in Classical Conditioning
What is required for effective modelling to occur?
Elements of Social Cognitive Theory
What is the Premack Principle?
What is modelling?
Cognitive factors in social learning
Criticism of Operant
The impact of self-efficacy
Development of self-efficacy
How do you scaffold?
What is self efficacy?
What is scaffolding?
What is the Amygdala?
What is the Hypothalamus?
What is the Socio-Cultural Theory?
How do you know that learning has occurred?
Principles VS Theories
Disadvantages of Punishments
What is Behaviorism?
Factors affecting brain development
What are synapses?
The role of the environment - Bandura?
What is the CNS?
What is the PNS?
Basic components of Piaget
When do you use Operant Conditioning?
Fixed Ration VS Variable Ration
The Structure of the Brain
What is the Constructivist approach?
Factors that influence social learning/observational learning
What is synaptic pruning?
What is a neuron?
Classical VS Operant
What are the Education Implications of Operant Conditioning?
What are the factors important for learning from the Behaviorist approach?