LSS 5100 Unit II Practice Citations Exercise & DQPart I and II - 91669

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LSS 5100 Unit II Practice Citations Using a sample paragraph and its list of resources, you will practice inserting in-text citations and constructing properly formatted reference citations. The sample paragraph contains direct quotations, paraphrases, and summaries. Insert the in-text citations where they are required. Be sure to include the appropriate information for each type of in-text citation. Finally, convert the source information below the excerpt into properly formatted APA Style reference citations. Sample Paragraph: Strauss concludes that “the moral is that unless we show faculty members how technology can meet their needs, they won’t consider using it.” While studying what community college faculty needed to incorporate technology into their instruction, Quick and Davies found faculty needed time, money, software, classroom computers (professor podium), department computer lab, and faculty technical support and training. In discussing how to prepare college faculty for the incoming ‘Net generation of students, Clayton-Pedersen and O’Neill claim that “much of the learning technology innovation in higher education has been focused on K–12 teacher preparation and development” and that “more focus needs to be placed on preparing existing faculty for the future ‘Net Generation students who will populate the twenty-first century classroom.” They continue that call for action in claiming that “faculty’s understanding of the teaching and learning power of technology needs to be increased” and “tools need to be developed to help faculty integrate technology into the curriculum.” Strauss, Quick and Davies, and Clayton-Pedersen and O’Neill demonstrate that faculty first needs blatant introductions to the new technologies themselves: what they are and what they can do. Resource #1: Ebook Authors: Alma R. Clayton-Pedersen and Nancy O’Neill Article Title: Curricula Designed to Meet 21st Century Expectations Book: Educating the Net Generation Book Editor(s): Diana G. Oblinger and James L. Oblinger Publisher: EDUCAUSE Publisher location: Washington, DC Copyright Date: 2005 Location of Resource: Resource #2: Journal Article Authors: Don Quick and Timothy Gray Davies Article Title: Community College Faculty Development: Bringing Technology into Instruction Journal Title: Community College Journal of Research and Practice Volume Number: 23 Issue Number: 4 Publication Date: 1999 Page Numbers: 641–653 Location of Resource (i.e., the name of the database): Library Stacks Resource #3: Online Magazine Author: Howard Strauss Article Title: Why Many Faculty Members Aren’t Excited about Technology Trade Magazine Title: The Chronicle of Higher Education Publication Date: June 24, 2005 Location of Resource: This assignment focuses on two course outcomes: Course Outcome 1: Examine the role of critical thinking for both a learner in a graduate program and as a professional in an industry. Course Outcome 3: Demonstrate proficiency in using APA Style for citing references. LSS 5100 Unit II Discussion Board Part I and II There are two parts to the Unit II Discussion Board. To receive full credit, be sure to address both questions for both parts in your response. There are a total of four (4) questions. Part I: In Unit I of this course, you read three online articles, 4 Time Management Tips for Online Students, How to Be a Good Online Learner, and Time Management 101 for Online Students. 1. Which article do you feel was the most helpful to you as an online graduate student? Why? 2. Which tip or technique do you feel you will implement as you continue through your program? Part II: Anticipating change, considering multiple viewpoints, questioning traditions and assumptions, and addressing problems proactively requires strong critical thinking skills. Without them, people can appear vulnerable or simply less than their best. The development of critical thinking skills is vitally important to success in any profession, as well as being a contributing member of society. The call for educational institutions to develop critical thinkers comes in part from employers (Casner-Lotto & Barrington, 2006) and in part from researchers in the field who are aware of the integral role of critical thinking skills in the ability to survive and thrive as a democratic society (Facione & Facione, 2007). First, read the attached article A Practical Guide to Critical Thinking and then prepare an answer to these questions, in paragraph form: • In your own words, how does one "adopt the attitude of a critical thinker?" • What are some critical thinking hindrances you have encountered recently? References Casner-Lotto, J., & Barrington, L. (2006). Are they really ready to work? New York, NY: The Conference Board. Retrieved from describe.cfm?id=1218 Facione, P. A., & Facione, N. C. (2007). Talking critical thinking. Change, 39(2), 38-45. Retrieved from Academic Search Premier. LSS/5100 Unit II Practice Citations Exercise & LSS/5100 Unit II Discussion Board Part I and II ____________________________________________________________________ LSS 5100 Unit II Practice Citations Exercise & Discussion Board Part I and II (4 Pages + APA Format + Original + References )
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