Application of Bandura’s Social Learning Theory in the Moral Education of Secondary Vocational College Students
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Keywords

Social learning theory
Secondary vocational college student
Moral education

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v5i8.2455

Abstract

In recent years, with the high rate of juvenile delinquency, people pay more attention to the moral education of students in secondary vocational colleges. Based on the framework of social learning theory, this paper explores the systematic and comprehensive application of social learning theory in the moral education course. From the cognition of the behavior to the selection and internalization of the representation of the model behavior, and finally the selective externalization of the representation symbol to generate the behavior, the influencing factors and their utility in each stage of the production of moral behavior are analyzed step by step, assisting students to establish correct outlook on life and values, and cultivating their “key abilities.” When students face a complex and diverse social environment, they can make judgments in line with the general moral standards of the society, and then seek to improve the effectiveness of the moral standards of secondary vocational students, and strive to maximize the effectiveness of moral education.

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