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Volume 4, Issue 1 (1975)

Effects of Informal Modeling Upon Teacher Classroom Behaviors

pp. 52—54

The effects of observational learning upon subsequent social and intellectual behaviors have been amply demonstrated (Bandura, 1971). This research has revealed the profound influence of models upon a wide variety of behaviors that include aggressiveness, phobic reactions, grammatical structure, rule learning, etc. To date, however, little research has been reported that concerns the problem of the possible use of modeling procedures as a means to change teachers’ behaviors. The present study is a report of an effort to change a teacher’s behavior in a natural classroom setting.

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