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example of effective differentiation or growth mindsets.

Sousa and Tomlinson (2018) and Westman (2018) believe in student-driven differentiation that shifts the classroom focus away from teachers and towards students autonomy to create, learn, and grow as learners. Based on Module 1 readings, create a flyer or poster that provides a visual example of effective differentiation or growth mindsets. You are free to […]

Any topic (writer’s choice)

read the following article: Reader, She Married Him–Alas https://www.city-journal.org/html/reader-she-married-him%E2%80%94alas-12347.htmlThen, you will type a 700 word response in which you address EACH of the following points IN YOUR OWN WORDS: 1) What is the author’s main argument? 2) How does he support his main argument (evidence, ancillary arguments, etc.)? 3) Do you agree or disagree with […]

Philosophy exam essays 300 level Theory of knowledge

Just follow the instructions on the doc and do not copy anything from the internet, use up to 3 sources from a reliable source. do not use any above undergrad level words. Please let me know if you have any questions. Will tip good if receive a good point.

silicon chip replacement

What is the Silicon Chip Replacement thought experiment? What, according to our text This is Philosophy of Mind, is the thought experiment supposed to show? Schneider also talks about the Chip Test. How is Schneiders test different from the original thought experiment? Why does Schneider think that we should really try to do the Chip […]

Philosophy

1.Summarize 2 of Craig’s arguments for the existence of God2.Summarize 2 of Hitchens’ arguments for the non-existence of God3.Describe what you think the strongest point, or argument, is that Craig makes in the debate4.Describe what you think the strongest point, or argument, is that Hitchens makes in the debate5.Finally, after watching the debate, which position, […]

In his R epublic, Plato offers a philosophical argument against the realism and cynicism of the sophists (represented in the person of Thrasymachus). This philosophical position – realism/cynicism – is presented by Plato as a corrupting influence in anc

In his R  epublic,  Plato offers a philosophical argument against the realism and cynicism of the sophists (represented in the person of Thrasymachus). This philosophical position – realism/cynicism – is presented by Plato as a corrupting influence in ancient Athens, and is summarized in Thrasymachuss belief that the unjust life lived in secret goes best.You […]

silicon chip replacement thought experiment

Prompt II What is the Silicon Chip Replacement thought experiment? What, according to our text This is Philosophy of Mind, is the thought experiment supposed to show? Schneider also talks about the Chip Test. How is Schneiders test different from the original thought experiment? Why does Schneider think that we should really try to do […]

Blaise Pascal’s Wager Existence of God

    The questions about the existence of God has been an ongoing discussion since people were first able to think logically. The topic of Gods existence is a very important and interesting discussion to have with a class or with anyone really. It is interesting because there really isnt a solid one answer. There are […]

Research Design

Research Design Describe the qualitative design (for example grounded theory) and research model (for example Strauss and Corbin or Charmaz constructivist grounded theory) you propose to use, supported and referenced by primary sources. Describe in detail the method(s) will you use to collect the data, such as: structured, unstructured, and semi-structured interviews, journaling, letters, pictures, […]

Any topic (writer’s choice)

In the Republic, Thrasymachus declares that “the just is nothing other than the advantage of the stronger” (338c).  What does he mean and what evidence do Thucydides (within his History of the Peloponnesian War and Melian Dialogues) and Plato (Republic Book 1-4, The Trial and Death of Socrates/Apology) provide against his view?

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