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Stapleton And Wilson Analysis

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Nicholas, Stapleton, et al., and Wilson offers a range of learning practices and learner preferences to effectively engage Millennials and other generations in the learning process that are similar in demography and characteristics.

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Organization:
Opening Section
• Introduce the topic of your essay "Learning practices and learner preferences of Millennials"
• Give your thesis
I. Description of generations, i.e., characteristics; influences
a. Wilson's (2004) description and views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., sheltered,
b. Nicholas' (2008) description and views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., learning and communication styles
c. Stapleton, Wen, Starrett, & Kilburn's (2007) description and views and
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Wilson's (2004), views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., higher expectations, technology integration, talents
b. Nicholas' (2008), views and their relation to the other authors, influences, outlooks, multi-media’
c. Stapleton, Wen, Starrett, & Kilburn's (2007), views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., technology/ online vs. face-to-face
III. Learning practices and pedagogy appropriate for learner engagement
a. Nicholas (2008), views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., active, engaged
b. Stapleton, Wen, Starrett, & Kilburn (2007), views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., satisfaction, online vs. F2F, feedback, contact
c. Wilson's (2004), views and their relation to the other authors, i.e., contact, feedback, tasks,

Maureen E. Wilson (2004) in Teaching, learning and Millennial Students state "educators can create environments and experiences to enhance student learning and engagement in classrooms and beyond through a combination of pedagogical and technological innovations."

Stapleton, Wen, Starrett, and Kilburn (2007) in "Generational differences in using online learning systems" state there are generational differences in using online learning systems... but what is more important is a balanced integration of technology with appropriate pedagogical
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