1. The literature provides several information-processing models that explain how stimuli are processed and how decisions are made after the processing of that information. Are there limits to the amount of information we can process at any given time and if so, what are those limits and how do we determine which information is essential and which is not? 370 words, APA 7 format, 2 peer review journal articles references
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2. Which learning or instructional theories would you consider for teaching beginning algebra to 14- and 15-year-old students? Why? How would this choice differ from the theories you would select for teaching foreign language or social studies to the same group of students? Why? 370 words, APA 7 format, 2 peer review journal articles references
3. Consider the concepts of serial monotonic learning and Zeigarnik optimal learning. What do you observe about the volume and quality of knowledge gained by each style of learning? Why is this significant? How might this information be applied in a traditional classroom? How might this be applied in an online classroom? At what point does the Zeigarnik effect become negative? 370 words, APA 7 format, 2 peer review journal articles references
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