Social Cognition Theory

Social Cognition Theory

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Social Cognition Theory is derived from the learning theory of society, which states that the learner learns from dialogue and activities with others more than books and tapes and punish modern educational tools. This theory emphasizes the role of student participation in collective science. Work to increase the chance of student learning. This theory was first published in 1941 

 

Major contributors to the theory    

 

Major contributors to the theory

 

Albert Pandora 

 

 Key principals of the theory 

  • The person learns by observing, watching, watching, and listening to others 
  • Learning is an internal process in man himself, not books and tools 
  • Education itself may not be a reason for changing human behavior, but society may be a reason for changing human behavior 
  • Punishment in teaching multiplication and succession can lead to unexpected outcomes such as student violence 

 

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An example of the theory in practice   

Following an intellectually oriented person on Twitter or Facebook leads the person to learn patterns of thinking they don't have, and then applies them in the form of certain actions. This intellectual orientation is not necessarily negative, but in many cases it may be positive. The famous Instagram site led people to learn global patterns of behavior, which includes many followers from different countries of the world, which in turn helped the followers to acquire a lot of behaviors and knowledge that were not common in their local environments such as cooking some foods or how to prepare a table or learn down In some tourist areas through follow-up accounts and others. He also contributed to the teaching of some hobbies that were not known or familiar, prompting many people to search for these hobbies and learning and thus practice 

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