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Study on Modes of Cultivation of Innovative Entrepreneurship Talents

Yu Rong Chen
2010 Asian Social Science  
Starting from demand on innovative entrepreneurship talents by the economy and the society, this article will make a systematic design and practice on modes of cultivation of innovative and entrepreneurship  ...  the structure of teachers and setting up guarantee system.  ...  should widely employ the teaching method of simulation, and ask students to use a simulator or simulation context to play a certain role under the circumstance when they get approach to a realistic situation  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v6n12p57 fatcat:r74llk4dhnbufaoe6axgojo6n4

Adaptive thinking and leadership training for cultural awareness and communication competence

Elaine M. Raybourn
2005 Interactive Technology and Smart Education  
This paper presents a report on a new multiplayer simulation game for government and/or nongovernment interpersonal and intercultural communication training that launched in December 2004 and was designed  ...  expressly to serve as a non-violent virtual sandbox in which multiple players practice communication skills, mental agility, and hone cultural awareness acumen.  ...  Game screen captures courtesy of the Special Forces JFKSWCS DOTD. * Sandia is a multiprogram laboratory operated by Sandia Corporation, a  ... 
doi:10.1108/17415650580000038 fatcat:eg3sxtz4ebfl3fxn7rjsk4o2wa

Linking Theory with Practice: Undergraduate Project Management with School-Age Children

Loren Falkenberg, Randy Russell, Lynne Ricker
2000 Journal of Management Education  
In one school project, where candles were produced, a line was set up for each prototype instead of using a mixed-model line.  ...  marketing campaigns, and human resource management methods to ground their conceptual knowledge. The course is called "Developing Project Management Skills" (Management Skills).  ...  Each module contains a lesson plan, posters of key terms, materials for a specific classroom activity, and additional readings on the topic.  ... 
doi:10.1177/105256290002400607 fatcat:gks4vtjbwvg73iqgvmb7koa6cy

Teaching Industrie 4.0 technologies in a learning factory through problem-based learning: case study of a semi-automated robotic cell design

Louis Louw, Quintus Deacon
2020 Procedia Manufacturing  
This paper describes the use of a learning factory to develop hard technological skills related to Industrie 4.0, as well as soft skills related to creativity, systems thinking and problem solving.  ...  This paper describes the use of a learning factory to develop hard technological skills related to Industrie 4.0, as well as soft skills related to creativity, systems thinking and problem solving.  ...  In engineering, the use of real-life problems to teach simulation concepts and methods is an attractive approach [11] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.04.105 fatcat:ablem7bvzze6lponrbsuyumrdy


Lúcio G Veraldo Jr, Benedito M Almeida, Paulo F Barbosa Neto
2016 Journal of Management & Technology  
Led Education (PLE), teaching methodology that through a project, integrates disciplines of a specific school year.  ...  This article, developed in a private higher education institution in Brazilian avant-garde in use of active methodology in teaching applied to the production engineering graduation, presents the Project  ...  This type of feature is the fundamental difference between project management and operations management and reinforces the need to manage these processes as projects.  ... 
doi:10.24279/jmgmt.v4i2.716 fatcat:kdci7x4vfbcphijyx4ltuhbsce

Teaching Surgery to Medical Students

W. Sweeney
2012 Clinics in Colon and Rectal Surgery  
for use, generate a reasonable differential diagnosis, and formulate a management plan.  ...  Mentorship Learning The mentorship model of surgical teaching ideally involves one-on-one, but possibly up to three students at a time.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0032-1322525 pmid:23997667 pmcid:PMC3577572 fatcat:ayd4obeoifg5hjikaxpiu5z4cq

Panel: Are we effectively preparing our students to be certified analytics professionals?

Russell C. H. Cheng, Stewart Robinson, Peter J. Haas, Lee Schruben, Theresa M. Roeder
2013 2013 Winter Simulations Conference (WSC)  
A new taught course is judged on its syllabus, content and learning outcomes which all need to be set out.  ...  Are we doing an adequate job of preparing our students to be analytics professionals in simulation? Our simulation courses tend to be heavily focused on methodology and analysis.  ...  Of course, real-world project experience, as discussed previously, is invaluable for learning data-management skills.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2013.6721716 dblp:conf/wsc/ChengRHSR13 fatcat:7ki3ujijencnxjq5luoltogldy

Model to Develop Skills in Accounting Students for a 4.0 Industry and 2030 Agenda: From an International Perspective

Jorge Luis García, Ignacio de los Ríos
2021 Sustainability  
In this context, we performed an exhaustive analysis of 17 educational methods, in which Delphi was used to survey 46 experts from 26 universities around the world, along with 320 students.  ...  concluded that industries are advancing rapidly through emerging technology projects in a number of fields, enabling them to become more sustainable without neglecting clean and environmentally sound  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare not to have a conflict of interest. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Management consulting in real companies. Professional internships in real companies.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13179699 fatcat:zr5agy2oyvdfbhsdnanfpykesy

Microcomputer-Based Simulations for Training Fundamental Teaching Skills

Harold R. Strang, Katherine S. Badt, James M. Kauffman
1987 Journal of Teacher Education  
In the simulation setting, the emission of desirable pupil behavior (the positive reinforcer) can be made contingent upon the trainees use of an appropriate skill.  ...  preparation at the Curry <-hnool, teachers-in-training are routinely introduced to simulations focusing on the use of skills that specifically address how they question pupils, how they manage instructional  ... 
doi:10.1177/002248718703800105 fatcat:hflyidreoncpfa6jp4rvpbdouq

Session VI: The use and applications of high technology in teaching cardiology

Robert G. Tancredi, Abdulla M. Abdulla, Campbell Moses
1986 Journal of the American College of Cardiology  
The General Professional Education of the Physician (GPEP) report recommends that we spend as much time on the skills, values and attitudes of medical students as we do on their knowledge.  ...  The correct selection of instrumentation, such as a stethoscope, is important to perform accurate examinations, but skill in the correct use of the instrument and interpretation of its findings are usually  ...  Few studies have examined the application of the skills learned on simulators to real patient encounters.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0735-1097(86)80078-x fatcat:hn4vqhdtm5d3xibhtyj63rtmse

Edison Data Science Framework: Part 2. Data Science Body Of Knowledge (Ds-Bok) Release 2

Yuri Demchenko, Andrea Manieri, Tomasz Wiktorski, Adam Bellowum
2017 Zenodo  
, KGA-DSRPM Research Methods and Project Management; and KGA-DSBA Business Analytics.  ...  and skills.  ...  There is a number of the Business Process Operations models depending on their purpose but typically they contain the following stages that are generally similar to those for Scientific methods, in particular  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1044349 fatcat:kjxdkumzgzbvlndbm3csv7neqq

Control Strategy of a Hybrid Renewable Energy System Based on Reinforcement Learning Approach for an Isolated Microgrid

Phan, Lai
2019 Applied Sciences  
Moreover, a diesel generator is adopted as a back-up system to fulfill the load demand in the event of a power shortage.  ...  Recent developments and achievements in the fields of machine learning (ML) and reinforcement learning (RL) have led to new challenges and opportunities for HRES development.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9194001 fatcat:mk7cqz35kjhu5isoxxh2xzovky

From behavioural simulation to computer models: how simulation can be used to improve healthcare management and policy

Guillaume Lamé, Rebecca K. Simmons
2018 BMJ Simulation and Tecnnology Enhanced Learning  
The literature on simulation in these fields is dispersed across different disciplinary traditions and typically focuses on a single simulation method.  ...  Simulation is a technique that evokes or replicates substantial aspects of the real world, in order to experiment with a simplified imitation of an operations system, for the purpose of better understanding  ...  This is the case when simulation is used as an educational method, where experiential learning ('learning by doing') is used to improve the knowledge and skills of simulation participants.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjstel-2018-000377 pmid:35516085 pmcid:PMC8936879 fatcat:im6l4mx6dza2lpku6qa4ezyvve

Interventions to improve team effectiveness within health care: a systematic review of the past decade

Martina Buljac-Samardzic, Kirti D. Doekhie, Jeroen D. H. van Wijngaarden
2020 Human Resources for Health  
CRM: crew resource management and TeamSTEPPS: Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety), on a specific method (i.e. simulation), or on general team training. (2) Tools covers  ...  Most of the evaluated interventions focused on improving non-technical skills and provided evidence of improvements.  ...  Simulation-based training uses a specific method as its core, namely, simulation, which refers to "a technique to replace or amplify real-patient experiences with guided experiences, artificially contrived  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12960-019-0411-3 pmid:31915007 pmcid:PMC6950792 fatcat:mbji7ulc5rg5bmxrtcjg3lcvry

Development of managerial and Information Technology skills in Learning Factories in the context of Industry 4.0: a case study

Pedro Antonio de Albuquerque Felizola Romeral, Mauro de Mesquita Spinola, Rodrigo Franco Gonçalves, Eduardo de Senzi Zancul
2021 GEPROS: Gestão da Produção, Operações e Sistemas  
The development of communication, leadership, and problem-solving skills needs to be encouraged for effective learning and adequate operation of these technologies.  ...  One way to act on these fronts is through Learning Factories, which are integrated environments for Industry 4.0 training and the development of technology, applications, and transfer them to industry.  ...  Some Engineering courses use the laboratory to develop knowledge about production lines, production scheduling, times, and methods, and end up working indirectly on Industry 4.0 technologies and their  ... 
doi:10.15675/gepros.v16i2.2785 fatcat:jxd53kxm3rcu5p6ocy35mqghsy
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