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Reviewing the Social Learning Model

This job provides data about Social Learning (modeling) for kindergarten. It then offers examples and lesson plan ideas for learning a letter or letters activities. This solution utilizes Applied Development theory activities.

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Typically, modeling is considered as an imitation, but 'modeling' is far more inclusive of a concept. While imitation is considered to be a transmission of behavior, modeling is learning through observation and the observances of the actions of others. As imitation is a human instinct, the instinct is typically limited by the developmental age. Applying the modeling to a kindergarten class can be found through emulations from instructor to students. As instructors show students how to write letters on a chalk board or a dry erase ...

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Providing examples of how the Social Learning Model is used in a Kindergarten classroom, lesson plan ideas. Uses Applied Development Theory activities.