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Here’s my question. I’m so confused !!! Please help !!!!Identify one aspect of human development and produce a resource which could be used by a practitioner to support individuals with an issue relating to special educational needs and disability social behavioural or emotional development !!!
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I’ve made a puppet show which I’ve found evidence can support with language and social skills. My thought being imitating puppets. What theory could I link this too. Vygotsky?? Bandura ??? Please any help much appreciated
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Social Learning Theory? That one's all about observation, imitation & role models which fits with your 'imitating puppets'. Vygotsky doesn't quite work with imitation, and idk about Bandura as I've not read about that one yet.
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Thankyou. Yes I’ve heard of the social learning theory. Which theorist is behind this please
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I’m quite confused !
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(Original post by Lylaabc)
Thankyou. Yes I’ve heard of the social learning theory. Which theorist is behind this please
It is "due primarily to the work of Albert Bandura and Richard Walters" [from the Penguin Dictionary of Psychology].
Sorry I don't have a better answer, good luck!

Edit: It's Bandura
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