Identifying and measuring individual engagement in critical thinking in online discussions

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I. Summary and Analysis of the Research. Here you would provide a couple of well-developed sentences about the main point related to the topic selection.

A. Support for your major point would go here. Please provide another couple of well-developed sentences (in other words, not just four or five words), in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

B. Once again, here you would provide support for your major point and provide a couple of well-developed sentences, in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

1. If needed, you can include a support for the sub-point above. If you do, once again, you would simply provide another couple of sentences to support the point.

2. If needed, you can include more support for the sub-point above. If you do, once again, you would simply provide another couple of sentences to support the point.

II. Key Issues and Controversies. Again, provide a couple of well-developed sentences about the main point.

A. Support for your major point would go here. Please provide another couple of well-developed sentences (in other words, not just four or five words), in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

B. Once again, here you would provide support for your major point and provide a couple of well-developed sentences, in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

III. Multiple Perspectives on the Topic. Provide a couple of well-developed sentences about the main point.

A. Support for your major point would go here. Please provide another couple of well-developed sentences (in other words, not just four or five words), in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

B. Once again, here you would provide support for your major point and provide a couple of well-developed sentences, in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

IV. Analysis. Provide a couple of well-developed sentences about the main point.

A. Support for your major point would go here. Please provide another couple of well-developed sentences (in other words, not just four or five words), in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

B. Once again, here you would provide support for your major point and provide a couple of well-developed sentences, in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

V. Suggestions for Additional Research and Solutions. Provide a couple of well-developed sentences about the main point.

A. Support for your major point would go here. Please provide another couple of well-developed sentences (in other words, not just four or five words), in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

B. Once again, here you would provide support for your major point and provide a couple of well-developed sentences, in which you summarize research or thoughts that may support or disagree with the point.

Annotated Bibliography

Adler, A. (1956). The individual psychology of Alfred Adler. New York. Harper & Row.

An annotation is a summary. So here you would simply include a summary of the source you reviewed for your outline and eventually your paper. Basically, you are telling your reader what this article or resource is about. You should also point out how this is applicable to your paper topic. The length will vary, but a good goal would be four or five well-developed sentences.

Klein, E., Herron, T., & Belcher, J. (2013). Attachment in the online classroom. Educational Psychology, 21, 101-125. doi: 10.1111/s10538-009-6204-0.

Again, simply include a summary of the source you reviewed for your outline and eventually your paper. Tell your reader what this article or resource is about and how it is applicable to your paper topic. Remember, you want to try and include four or five well-developed sentences.

LeFrancois, G. (2011). Psychology: The human puzzle.  San Diego: CA, Bridgepoint Education, Inc.

Again, simply include a summary of the source you reviewed for your outline and eventually your paper. Tell your reader what this article or resource is about and how it is applicable to your paper topic. Remember, you want to try and include four or five well-developed sentences.

Perkins, C., & Murphy, E. (2006). Identifying and measuring individual engagement in critical thinking in online discussions: An exploratory case study. Educational Technology & Society, 9, 298-307.

Again, simply include a summary of the source you reviewed for your outline and eventually your paper. Tell your reader what this article or resource is about and how it is applicable to your paper topic. Remember, you want to try and include four or five well-developed sentences.

Zimmer, C. (2008). The search for intelligence. Scientific American299, 68-69.

Again, simply include a summary of the source you reviewed for your outline and eventually your paper. Tell your reader what this article or resource is about and how it is applicable to your paper topic. Remember, you want to try and include four or five well-developed sentences.

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