What are the current practices associated with Resilience

Term Paper GuidelinesIt\’s time to put together your final educational psychology term paper! You should first write a rough draft, in the format below. Then polish your thoughts, ideas, and their expression until you are satisfied you have done the best job you can. Write your final draft, and turn it in.Your paper should follow the outline presented here.Font and size required – Times New Roman 12 pt.Paper Length – 4-5 pages total (not counting the title page and reference page)Title PageCreate a separate page with the title of your paper, your name, email address, the course (EDUC 2130), the semester and year (Spring 2017), the instructor\’s name , and the date.1. IntroductionTopic – State and describe your topic in 1-2 paragraphs.Rationale – Please explain why you wanted to research the topic in 1-2 paragraphs.Additional informationHere, you should add any other related introductory material.2. Statement of PurposeIn this section, please present the questions your paper will answer, and an overview of the organization of the paper.3. Basic This section may have a number of subsections. Describe your topic in some detail. Your report should include references to facts you learned in your research. Organize your points in clear, distinct sections that describe your topic. It is important that the section as a whole be logically organized and easy to follow.Important. You must cite a source for every major fact or statement in this section. This section should not contain your personal opinions about these facts or statements; those will come later in the paper.4. DiscussionIn this section, apply the insights you learned from the class to the topic of this paper. Consider the application carefully. Give your opinions, and support them with facts. Remember, your opinion may not be \”right\” or \”wrong\”, but it certainly will be \”justified\” or \”unjustified\”! Include examples from the textbook, class discussions, and the case study (TSWL).Please use your best judgement about what to include; you won\’t be able to include everything, so please do not try.Factual review -This section should add your opinions about the material in section 3. Describe the strengths and weaknesses associated with the topic based on your research sources.Personal Assessment – In this section, use the points mentioned in section 4 to suggest applications of this topic to educational settings. Why is this important for teaching and learning? For teachers and students? What are the current practices associated with this topic? What needs to change?5. ConclusionsSummarize what you learned, and in particular explain what you want the reader to learn from your