Five Card Story: Observational learning

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a Five Card Flickr story by Vincent emil lacoy created Jan 05 2021, 01:47:03 pm. Create a new one!


flickr photo credits: (1) bionicteaching (2) Serenae (3) Serenae (4) bionicteaching (5) bionicteaching


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Observational learning is the process of learning by watching the behaviors of others. The targeted behavior is watched, memorized, and then mimicked.

Also known as shaping and modeling, observational learning is most common in children as they imitate behaviors of adults.

In the first photo you'll see that a kid is looking for something this represent that at a young age observational learning is applied that sparks and lights up his/her curiosity being represented in the second picture not only curiosity but also imagination being shown on the 3rd picture where abstract art is represented directly represent art to imagination and in the 4th picture it shows that observational learning helps a person at a young age fly. To elaborate what they see is what they do.iin other words what they observe is what they do.if you show them how to fly metaphorically they will fly. In layman's term if you show them how to act properly and they observe it they will learn to act properly and soar high in life and succeed which they can reach the sky being shown in the last picture.

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