Research Project Presentation
For the research project presentation, you will use PowerPoint to create an informative, thought-provoking presentation on one of the topics listed below.
1. Garner’s intelligence Theory 2. Cognitive learning 3. Teacher-Centered Lesson Planning and instruction. 4. Student-Centered Lesson Planning and instruction 5. Bronfenbrenner 6. Erikson 7. Exceptional Learners 8. Maslow 9. Kohlberg 10. Standardized Tests and Teaching

Gather information from a variety of quality electronic and print resources, including appropriate databases. Be sure to use Primary sources for this project. Carefully analyze the information collected from your resources and draw appropriate conclusion supported by the evidence

.*** Select at least 3 of the 5 learning theories (Piaget, Vygotsky, Behaviorism, Bandura’s Observational Learning, and Information Processing Theory). Give a detailed and clear explanation of how they relate to your chosen topic. Use the vocabulary summary list to enhance your presentation.

Your PowerPoint presentation should include a minimum of 20 slides. The first slide should include your name, course section, name and #, and date. The last slide should be your reference of cited works.
Vocabulary Summary List- A. Piaget & Vygotsky 1. Educational Psychology 2. Cognitive Constructivism 3. Schema 4. Classification. 5. Conservation 6. Egocentrism 7. Social Constructivism 8. Scaffolding 9. Zone of proximal development (ZPD). B. Albert Bandura 1. Social Cognitive learning 2. Observational learning 3. Self-efficacy 4. Self-instruction 5. Self-regulation C. Behaviorism 1. Behaviorism 2. Classical Conditioning 3. Operant Conditioning 4. Positive Reinforcement 5. Negative Reinforcement 6. Punishment 7. Time-out 8. Premak Principle 9. Prompt 10. Shaping 11. Contracting 12. Generalization 13. Discrimination 14. Extinction 15. Continuous reinforcement 16. Intermittent reinforcement D. Information Processing Theory 1. Information Processing 2. Sensory memory 3. Short-term memory 4. Long-term memory 5. Memory span 6. Chunking 7. Mnemonics 8. Acronym 9. Keyword Method 10. Elaboration 11. Organization 12. Concept mapping 13. Decay 14. Interference 15. Cue-dependant forgetting 16. Attention 17. Sustained attention 18. Selective attention 19. Divided attention 20. Encoding 21. Retrieval 22. Rehearsal 23. Recognition 24. Recall

Purdue Owl online tells the latest 6th. Edition of APA format for PowerPoint Presentations. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/