Technology and Love: Is it a match?Developmental theorists claim that finding a partner is one of the things we focus most on during young adulthood. Today, research indicates that more and more individuals are turning to online dating in the search for love. Do you feel this is an effective way to search for a companion? Why or why not? The article,Five Myths about Online Dating, briefly addresses some issues that arise with the quest for finding a partner through the Internet. Support your reasoning with information from the text, course materials, and the article.Five Myths about Online DatingA Creative Life: Is it all about curiosity?Some psychologists claim that creativity peaks in early adulthood. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyl is a psychologist who offers strategies for increasing creativity in one’s life. He claims that creative people regularly experience a state he calls flow, which is a heightened state of pleasure experienced when they engage in challenging tasks that absorb their interest. Csikszentmihalyl claims that the first step in achieving a more creative life is through curiosity and interest. Do you agree with Csikszentmihalyl that curiosity and interest can lead to a more creative life? Do you think heredity plays any role in creativity? Why or why not? What other factors may lead to heightened creativity in early adulthood? Support your reasoning with information from the text and other course materials.Name:Discussion Board Rubric- V3Description:The Discussion Board is designed to stimulate class dialog that would normally take place in a face-to-face setting. Participation in the Discussion Board serves as a learning strategy to help demonstrateyour knowledge of the course content. Please review the Discussion Board criteria in the rubric as well as the expectations in your syllabus and as posted in the main Discussion Board. Grid View List View Proficient Acceptable Needs Improvement Unsatisfactory Initial Responses Points Range:7.92(39.60%)- 9(45.00%) The initial post applies course content sufficiently by expanding on the main points of the prompt; responses exhibit critical thinking and analysis. Points Range:6.84(34.20%)- 7.83(39.15%) Content knowledge is exhibited by identification of the main topics; there is some evidence of critical thinking and analysis, but responses may be insufficient or lacking in detail. Points Range:5.4(27.00%)- 6.75(33.75%) Understanding of content knowledge is poorly exhibited and insufficient in critical thinking, analysis, and detail. Some main discussion topics are not covered or significantly digress from the topic at hand. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 5.31(26.55%) Initial response is missing or provides no indication of understanding. Main topics are not covered. Reponses to Peers Points Range:7.04(35.20%)- 8(40.00%) Replies to peers or instructors are well developed and insightful, and provide an opportunity for response. Responses promote a discussion either by sharing prior knowledge and experiences, making meaningful connections with course content, asking meaningful questions, or challenging viewpoints. Points Range:6.08(30.40%)- 6.96(34.80%) Replies to peers or instructors are mostly developed and provide an opportunity for response. Responses contribute to the discussion either by sharing prior knowledge and experiences, making connections with course content, or asking questions. Points Range:4.8(24.00%)- 6(30.00%) Some replies to peers or instructors are missing or poorly developed and provide little or no opportunity for response. Responses do little to contribute to the discussion. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 4.72(23.60%) No responses to peers or instructors are presented AND/OR one word responses are provided. Mechanics Points Range:0.88(4.40%)- 1(5.00%) Written in a clear, concise, formal, and organized manner. Responses are mostly error free. Information from sources is paraphrased appropriately and accurately referenced and cited in APA when applicable. Points Range:0.76(3.80%)- 0.87(4.35%) Writing is generally clear and organized but is not concise or formal in language. Multiple errors exist in spelling and grammar with minor interference with readability or comprehension. Most information from sources is paraphrased, referenced, and cited correctly in APA. Points Range:0.6(3.00%)- 0.75(3.75%) Writing is generally unclear and unorganized. Several errors in spelling and grammar. Information from sources is missing or improperly cited. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 0.59(2.95%) Errors in spelling and grammar detract from readability and comprehension, AND/OR writing includes slang or is inappropriate for academic discourse. Participation Points Range:1.76(8.80%)- 2(10.00%) Meets or exceeds the minimum number of initial postings and replies to peers or instructors. Points Range:1.52(7.60%)- 1.74(8.70%) Provided slightly less than the minimum amount of initial posts and replies to peers or instructors. Points Range:1.2(6.00%)- 1.5(7.50%) Provided significantly less than the minimum amount of initial posts and replies to peers or instructors. Points Range:0(0.00%)- 1.18(5.90%) There was little to no evidence of active participation in the discussion board, initial postings and/or replies to peers or instructors. Name:Discussion Board Rubric- V3Description:The Discussion Board is designed to stimulate class dialog that would normally take place in a face-to-face setting. Participation in the Discussion Board serves as a learning strategy to help demonstrateyour knowledge of the course content. Please review the Discussion Board criteria in the rubric as well as the expectations in your syllabus and as posted in the main Discussion Board.