Vicarious reinforcement and punishment provide observers with valuable sources of information. Keeping in mind the framework of social learning theory, which of the following scenarios successfully exploits this principle? Select an Answer A. A child learning to play a new sport cannot just watch but must also practice to master the required techniques. B. When one child misbehaves in class, the teacher tells the whole class what he or she did wrong and what the consequences will be. C. So long as one child in a classroom is being openly praised, the rest will learn even if they are bored. D. Children who are learning a skill should try to imagine the possible consequences of actions not yet taken.