TUX 301 MODULE 1 CASE LATEST TRIDENT

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TUX 301 MODULE 1 CASE LATEST TRIDENT

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TUX 301 Module 1 Case Latest-Trident

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TUX 301 Module 1 Case Latest-Trident

Module 1 – Case

WELCOME, LEARNING THEORIES, AND THE BENEFITS TO HIGHER EDUCATION

Welcome to the Module 1 Case Assignment, the theoretical assignment for the module.

We try to make the Case Assignment a theory-based assignment, and the SLP a practical application-based assignment. Now that you are working on the Case Assignment, review some theories pertaining to learning and how individuals learn. If you have not already done so, review the Andragogy and Learning Styles information on the background page of the module. There are two parts of this assignment:

Take the VARK Learning Style inventory to determine what type of learning style you have. Save the results in a Word file and upload to the Module 1 Case Dropbox. Name the file inventoryresults_lastname.

After completing the above assessment, address the questions below in a 2- to 3-page paper:

What is your VARK learning style?

How does your VARK learning style relate to at least two different learning theories?

As an adult learner, how will your identified VARK learning style affect your educational pursuit?

Once complete, save your paper and upload it to the Case 1 Dropbox.

Assignment Expectations

Write a 2- to 3-page paper addressing the two above questions. The paper should be double-spaced, with Times New Roman 12-point font. Cite at least two different sources. (Helpful hint: The learning styles instrument you use can be one cited source.)

As with your SLP assignment, start with some brainstorming and then organize your thoughts by outlining your paper.

Your paper should have an introduction (stating the main point or thesis of the paper), a body (supporting the main point using three or more supporting points), and a conclusion (restating and summarizing what the paper was about).