An Alternative To Lecture-Based Education Research Proposal by Write Fine

An Alternative To Lecture-Based Education
A proposed study that will explore a multiple intelligence-based educational program as a method of instruction.
# 112332 | 2,303 words | 18 sources | APA | 2009 | US
Published on Feb 20, 2009 in Communication (Television) , Education (Teaching Methods)

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The paper discusses the potential benefits of incorporating brain-based, active learning, inquiry-based, hands-on participation and multiple intelligence-based methods of academic instruction in the classroom. The paper proposes a study that will use ordinary television and VHS educational programming as a means of improving learning among primary and secondary students. The paper relates the research questions, an abridged methodology and a timeline.

Statement of the Problem and Purpose
Preliminary Literature Review
Research Questions
Abridged Methodology

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Active Learning: Getting students to work and think in the classroom (1993). Speaking of Teaching, 5(1). Retrieved May 1, 2008, from http://ctl.stanford. edu/Newsletter
  • Adams, D. & Hamm, M. (1994). New designs for teaching and learning: Promoting active learning in tomorrow's schools. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
  • Bickman, M. (2003). Minding American education: Reclaiming the tradition of active learning. New York City: Teachers College Press.
  • Bimonte, R. (2005, November/December). If your class were optional, would anyone attend. Momentum, 36(4), 6.
  • Byerly, S. (2001). Linking classroom teaching to the real world through experiential instruction. Phi Delta Kappan, 82(9), 697.

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