Observations in the Classroom Using Bandura’s Techniques


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There are several social theorists available to make us aware of how to relegate decisions, make assumptions, and observe behavior. One of the foremost of these theorists is Albert Bandura. Freud, Skinner and Maslow are fine psychologists, but for observational outlook, it is Bandura who stands at the forefront. This is primarily because Bandura bases his psychoanalytical theory on observation. If we need to ascertain how children act in a classroom setting, then we need to turn to Bandura, his logic, and his premises, to make an accurate assessment.
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..... the best way possible. Sometimes the teaching methods go beyond the classroom and the teacher is required to delve into the child’s innermost mentality to ascertain how best the student can be taught.
Though it may appear to be cumbersome at times to take the extra effort, it is imperative that we, as teachers, go the extra mile to ensure the future generation’s success. It is through social theorists like Albert Bandura that we are able to know, witness, and guide our students into the future.
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