The Ten Mastery Expectations Of The Social Cognitive Theory

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1. Describe and exemplify the process of triadic reciprocal causality. What is the triadic reciprocal causality process? This is a process that contributes to learning through the cause and effect relationship between behaviors, the environment, and the individual in question. This is arguably one of the more important concepts that should be addressed in the classroom. It is always stated that a teacher must have a “safe and effective learning environment” in which all students adhere to certain behavioral expectations. If a teacher fills the classroom with distracting elements and visuals that have no bearing on what is to be learned and allows individual students be off task, and then the triadic reciprocal process tells us that any given student in that classroom will most likely not attempt to engage in any given learning activity in a desirable way. If the teacher decorates the room with content specific material and only allows behaviors that help maintain a learning environment, then an individual student will more likely exhibit those behaviors (which contribute to that environment).

2. Distinguish between enactive and vicarious learning and between learning and performance. Enactive and vicarious learning, as well as learning and performance are associated terms. This does not mean that they are not distinguishable from one another. Enactive learning and vicarious learning…

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