In this episode Garth interviewed Albert Bandura from Stanford University in Stanford, CA. Starting with the Bobo doll, Al describes how modeling was the basis for gratuitous television violence effects on children. For him, learning by modeling is connected to self-regulation and human agency. Al depicts growing up in Edmonton, Canada, how his immigrant parents worked incredibly hard to make a life here, receiving his bachelor’s and doctoral degrees a year early, meeting President Obama, and more.

Published On: March 3rd, 2020 / Categories: Conversations About Teaching N' Stuff /