Work together to solve the problem. If Tom has 12 apples and 10 oranges, then how many apples does Jen have if she has 20 oranges?
Use your experiences to help you solve this problem by working as a team.
How did you get that?
Teacher Expectations: 1) Students will master concepts. 2) Students will have high goals. 3) Students will get excellent grades. 4) Students will behave in a respectable manner
I want you all to achieve highly.
Rules of Classroom: 1) Be respectful 2) Be an active learner 3) Be on time 4) Be a good role model
I think this pie is in the shape of a circle. How many pieces is it cut into? I think it is 8.
I think my pie is also in the shape of a circle. I believe it is cut into 2 pieces.
I can tell my pie is in the shape of a circle. It is cut into 4 pieces.
Social Cognitive theory says learning occurs as a result of social interaction. The students will work together to solve a word problem, instead of being conditioned through reinforcement.
Social Cognitive theory suggests that to have students learn the best, then teachers need to set high expectations. This is so students have the knowledge that in the real world they will be expected to achieve at the highest level possible.
Lastly, social cognitive theory suggests that students need to be able to self-regulate their learning. Students should be able to learn to be self-reflective learners that can make decisions that can lead to learning. One way can be working alone to accomplish a common goal through perseverance.