Sinds de jaren zeventig hebben veel wetenschappers de sociaal-cognitieve theorie van Albert Bandura gebruikt om te onderzoeken hoe trainen werkt en hoe je trainingsmethoden effectiever kunt maken. Op deze pagina vertellen we daar meer over.
- Onder het kopje ‘webinars’ vind je twee opnames. Eén waarin Karin de Galan vertelt welke lessen wij trekken uit de leerpsychologie. En éen waarin Karin vertelt waarom wij het model van Kolb verruild hebben voor de theorie van Bandura.
- Onder het kopje ‘blogs’ vind je een overzicht van de blogs die we hebben geschreven over de sociaal-cognitieve theorie.
- Onder het kopje ‘overzichtsartikelen’ vind je een lijst van boeken en artikelen die uitleggen hoe de sociaal-cognitieve theorie aankijkt tegen leren en trainen.
- Onder het kopje ‘onderzoeksartikelen’ vind je ruim 150 artikelen over experimenten waarin de sociaal-cognitieve theorie is toegepast op trainingssituaties.
- Van binnen naar buiten trainen of andersom 1 en Van binnen naar buiten trainen of andersom 2
- Geen praktijkopdrachten = geld weggooien
- Trainen voor alle leerstijlen
- Demonstratie met fouten? Niet erg!
- Self-efficacy beliefs en trainen
- Kijk de kunst af: behavior modeling training
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