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I decided to look more closely Bandura’s Social Learning Theory, which is based on the idea that people learn from one another, via observation, imitation, and modeling. As a teacher, I have learned that imitation and modeling are the best ways that students can learn a new language, and it got me thinking about whether my behavior in the classroom could be a source for modeling American values, which my students need to know in order to be successful attending an American university. For many of my students, I wish to be model for them so that they may continue to grow personally, in addition to academically, while they are living abroad. Bandura’s theory breaks down necessary conditions for executing “modeling,” those being paying attention, retention of that info, reproduction, and feeling a need to model. But all of these conditions are for my students to achieve, and it is my question to think about how can I get my students interested in learning more about themselves and their values? Because I work with adults from around the world, I am interested in understanding how that mix affects my classroom dynamics and my role as a teacher. I feel really privileged to be a language teacher, because I do have the opportunity to expose these students to new culture and new ideas—but I also have to be aware of my own development and worldview as I do so. The idea that learning is social and depends on mitigating factors of both the observer and the observed seems to be a basic theory for the classroom dynamic. While I technically have the power in the classroom relationship, the truth is that I work with a lot of people in my age group, who are dealing with the same things that I am everyday. I sometimes feel I am learning just as much from them. For me, what attracted me so much to Bandura’s theory is that it views people as self-organizing, proactive, self-reflecting and self-regulating, not just as reactive organisms shaped by environmental forces or driven by i

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