Topic is listed on the paper instruction #4 Please use this number and topic when you return the paper!
Topics: # 4. Assess the impact of Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory (MIT) on schools and school leaders including how teachers and leaders can use this theory to improve the impact of schooling on students. Your analysis should also include a definition of MIT and an explanation of how this theory differs from traditional intelligence theory.
Paper instructions: Please read and adhere to the paper directions and text book source!
1. Student used standard essay format: Introduction/Body/Conclusion. The paper must inform the reader of those topics in your introduction (preview) and review the topics in the summary. Review the specific key points in the summary. The objective must be clear-cut description of educational expectations for students. Make your essay more reader-friendly and organized. Write an introduction that provides some background on the topic and previews the specific topics that will be addressed. For each topic/paragraph, begin the discussion with a strong topic sentence. Review the specific key points in the summary. In other words, tell the reader what you will examine, examine it, and remind the reader what you examined. Tell the reader the specific influences you plan to examine. Specific examples of those influences would also have strengthened the essay. It wasn’t clear how the 3rd paragraph was related to the one before and after it.
2. Use the course textbook as the main source of responding to the questions and use only 2 more outside sources only if needed. (Organizational Behavior in Education: Leadership and School Reform Tenth Edition, 2011 Robert C. Owens and Thomas C. Valesky Allyn & Bacon)
3. Cite each and every time that you have borrowed information from the source. List my textbook and secondary sources in the references. Passages must not lack the needed citation of source, Cite the specific information, sentences or passages that were borrowed from your source. Cite each and every time that you have borrowed information from the source, including in the introduction and the summary. Avoid a citation at the end of the paragraph that is meant to cover everything in that paragraph.
4. Student demonstrated an appropriate comprehension of readings. Doctoral level. Add concrete examples, personal connections/reflections or related experiences for more depth and original thought. For example, what experiences have you had or what observations have you made related to influences that lead to an accelerated rate of change?
5. Student was able to respond fully to the assignment in an academic manner.
6. Student demonstrated the use of critical thinking while making connections to the material, including life and work experiences. Also study the sample essay for examples of how to add personal reflections/connections to the topic. Apply the type of language used in the sample essays to your essay.
7. Student demonstrated proper use of grammar, spelling, punctuation, citation style, etc. Proofreading! – Edited carefully for subject-verb agreement, etc. Any use of quotation marks requires a page number in a citation. Avoid using quotation marks when you want to emphasize a word or a phrase. Instead, use italics, e.g. change. It is important that your essay is submitted without errors.
8. The writing assignment of your work must be (double spaced, APA style. Times New Roman font, size: 12). Font styling tools are also provided in the text editor (Bold, Italic, and Underline). Doctoral courses: must write 750 – 1000 words or 4 – 5 pages
9. If you choose to write your essay in a word processing program such as MS Word.
10. Remember to list the question #, complete question, and the unit #, as noted above.
11. Be sure to recite information used in your conclusion even though the information was already cited within the essay.
12. Work to add examples or experiences or personal reflections/connections based on experience related to the topic to demonstrate critical thinking skills. Also, work to add analysis of the content to the essay.
13. Work to be sure each supporting paragraph includes cited supporting details/points from the course textbook and examples that exhibit the ideas. Be sure to proof-read carefully for sentence structure and flow.
14. Be sure to write the essay fully in 3rd person. For example, use statements such as "According to the author . . ." or "In the author’s experience . . ." to take the focus from 1st to 3rd person.
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