- Albert Bandura’s social-cognitive theory
- Bernard Weiner’s attribution theory
- Lev Vygotsky’s sociohistorical theory
In the cognivitist’s view learning occurs internally and through the social interactions with others. It is the social interactions that really trigger and assist the learning process as the learner makes internal connections between and among what has been observed and his or her experiences.
Currently research in the area of Cognitivism is in the areas of metacognition (thinking about thinking), novice vs. expert knowledge and problem-solving.
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