Select a topic: -multiple intelligences -learning styles -brain hemisphere domi

Select a topic:
-multiple intelligences
-learning styles
-brain hemisphere dominance (left vs right brain)
-the mozart effect
-homework is essential for learning
-the use of technology and “screens” in learning
-learning happens best at school
Research the historical approaches for the learning controversy and how this issue is currently being debated.
-use learning theories and neuroscience to identify what has changed or been discovered
-analyze multiple perspectives of the theoretical concept
-present arguements for both sides, for and against
-assess the effect of the selected theoretical concept on the area of specialization
Evaluate multiple perspectives on both sides of the selected theoretical concept
-Present the arguements from both sides of the debate
-Discuss the current state of the debate in the field
Assess the quality of available research being used to support a current debate in learning theory
-examine the nature of the research that is being used by each side of the date
-determine the quality of this research by determining if the articles are theoretical in nature, are opinions, or are quality academic research
Apply APA style and formatting to scholarly writing
-exhibit adherence to stylistic conventions, document structure, and source attributions
write coherently to support central ideas, in appropriate apa formatting, correct grammar, usage and mechanics
4-5 pages, not counting the title or reference pages, double spaced
times new roman, 12 pt
min. of 5 references, preferred usage of 10 references to support arguments
FIVE references MUST be scholarly, peer-reviewed, journal articles.
Write in third person, as an impartial narrator
Adcock, P. K. (2014). The longevity of multiple intelligence theory in education. Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 80(4), 50–57.
Pashler, H., McDaniel, M., Rohrer, D. l., & Bjork, R. (2009). Learning styles: Concepts and evidence.
TEDxUWLaCrosse (Producer). (2015). Learning styles & the importance of critical self-reflection: Tesia Marshik [Video].
National Geographic. (Producer). (2015). Left vs. right: Brain games (season 5) [Video]. Films on Demand.
Staub, M. E. (2016). The other side of the brain: The politics of split-brain research in the 1970s–1980s. History of Psychology, 19(4), 259–273.
TYF International (Producer). (2009). Music of the brain [Video]. Films on Demand.
Kohn, A. (2006). What we haven’t learned about learning. In The homework myth: Why our kids get too much of a bad thing (pp. 101–118). Perseus Books.
Brooks, M. (2018). How much screen time is too much?
Gatto, J. T. (2000, fall). Nuts and bolts: Breaking out of the modern schooling trap. Food & Water Journal, 24, 1-5.
TED. (Producer). (2006). TEDTalks: Sir Ken Robinson—Do schools kill creativity? [Video]. Films on Demand.
Harvey, G. (1999). Harvard College Writing Center: Counterargument.

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