Welcome back to Leading Equity with your host, Dr. Sheldon Eakins. In this episode, titled "Believe to Achieve: The Influence of Social Learning in Education," Dr. Eakins dives into the impact of belief and expectations on student performance. Drawing on the work of Dr. Albert Bandura, he explores the power of social learning theory in shaping beliefs and behavior in educational settings. Join us as we explore the connection between beliefs, social learning, and student achievement, and discover how educators can advocate for all students by fostering a sense of belonging and instilling high expectations. This episode is packed with insights and practical strategies for promoting equity in education. So, grab your headphones, lean in, and let's explore the transformative influence of social learning in education together.
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Leading Equity delivers an eye-opening and actionable discussion of how to transform a classroom or school into a more equitable place. Through explorations of ten concrete steps that you can take right now, Dr. Sheldon L. Eakins offers you the skills, resources, and concepts you’ll need to address common equity deficiencies in education.