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A Study On Customers' Perception On Service Of Star Hotels In Coimbatore City

J.K. Bharath
2019 Zenodo  
There are twenty five 4 star hotels and forty eight 3 star hotels are available in Coimbatore, out of it ten leading 3 star and 4 star hotels were selected for this study.  ...  Service sectors are different from manufacturing sectors, all customers are important to this service sectors.  ...  regard for the profession of teaching are of major importance for job satisfaction of teacher educator.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4301202 fatcat:hoihqmlounbbtbj5xiqpyp6354

Studying technology-based strategies for enhancing motivation in mathematics

Jon R Star, Jason A Chen, Megan W Taylor, Kelley Durkin, Chris Dede, Theodore Chao
2014 International Journal of STEM Education  
Conclusions: The present findings highlight the importance of tailoring motivational experiences to students' developmental level.  ...  Our results are also encouraging about developers' ability to create instructional interventions and professional development that can be effective when experienced by a wide range of students and teachers  ...  ' mathematics learning from a short algebra lesson.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2196-7822-1-7 fatcat:hyur3bwngvfithxgtjqkaf2w44

Effect of a Virtual Environment on the Development of Mathematical Skills in Children with Dyscalculia

Marcus Vasconcelos de Castro, Márcia Aparecida Silva Bissaco, Bruno Marques Panccioni, Silvia Cristina Martini Rodrigues, Andreia Miranda Domingues, Andrew R. Dalby
2014 PLoS ONE  
In this study, we show the effectiveness of a virtual environment comprising 18 computer games that cover mathematics topics in a playful setting and that can be executed on the Internet with the possibility  ...  A statistical analysis of the results using the Student's t-test showed a significant learning improvement for the EG and no improvement for the CG (p#0.05).  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank João Salinet for his valuable suggestions and manuscript revision. Author Contributions  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0103354 pmid:25068511 pmcid:PMC4113388 fatcat:ucdc4cc56nd6zbqo4q54orcypq

Interventions for improving numerical abilities: Present and future

Roi Cohen Kadosh, Ann Dowker, Angela Heine, Liane Kaufmann, Karin Kucian
2013 Trends in Neuroscience and Education  
The intervention techniques range from group-based interventions targeted at strengths and weaknesses in specific components of arithmetic, to educational computer-games, to non-invasive brain-stimulation  ...  The development of such interventions has been based on the study of numerical difficulties through methods ranging from standardized tests to behavioral measures to neuroimaging.  ...  RCK is supported by the Wellcome Trust (WT88378), and filed a patent for an apparatus for improving and/or maintaining numerical ability.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.tine.2013.04.001 fatcat:ouilydn4hjcmrcbsb7oeoyc5tu

Interrogating the Generalizability of Portfolio Assessments of Beginning Teachers: A Qualitative Study

Pamela A. Moss, LeeAnn M. Sutherland, Laura Haniford, Renee Miller, David Johnson, Pamela K. Geist, Stephen M. Koziol, Jon R. Star, Raymond L. Pecheone
2004 Education Policy Analysis Archives  
By generalizability, we refer here to the extent to which the portfolio assessment supports generalizations from the particular evidence reflected in the portfolio to the conception of competent teaching  ...  portfolio and a multi-day case study (observation and interview completed shortly after portfolio submission) intended to parallel the evidence called for in the portfolio assessment.  ...  to hear the story first, get a basic idea of the plot of the story, and minimize the frustration of difficult vocabulary."  ... 
doi:10.14507/epaa.v12n32.2004 fatcat:pfmzpov3cffzhftqxtq6gs6cri

Practising Mathematics Teacher Education: Expanding The Realm of Possibilities [chapter]

Uwe Gellert, S. Amato, M. Bairral, L. Zanette, I. Bloch, G. Gadanidis, I. Namukasa, G. Krummheuer, B. Grevholm, C. Bergsten, D. Miller, A. Peter-Koop (+5 others)
2009 New ICMI Studies Series  
This first direct game institutes a heuristic milieu, the milieu where students can get the technique and the basic strategy: they discover that if they multiply a vector by a number they can start from  ...  The second phase works with the functionality of a two vectors basis in the plane. It is a communication game too, but in a two dimensional system (a basis).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-09601-8_5 fatcat:iw5oonnomvflhi2vsqxy3ilvki

Star Wars after Lucas: A Critical Guide to the Future of the Galaxy by Dan Golding. University of Minnesota Press, 2019. 264 pp., illus. Trade. ISBN: 978-1517905422

James Sweeting
2020 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
For a small book, it contains so much information, and given its comprehensive index, educators would find this a useful supportive teaching resource.  ...  By 2012, as far as the general public was concerned, Star Wars was for the most part dormant, aside from a videogame (Star Wars 1313) in longterm development hell (which was canceled as soon as Disney  ...  provide a narrative (and, as with The Force Awakens, a structure) to build from, that there is a sizable audience that has not grown up with Star Wars and is unfamiliar with it.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_r_01874 fatcat:pxvpeilfqvfknpxwvuyrgju64m

A starring role for astrocytes

Guido Mannaioni, Hongjie Yuan, C Justin Lee, Stephen Traynelis
2008 Physiology News  
of basic scientists from medical teaching is most marked.  ...  Although the word astrocyte means 'star' shaped cell, astrocytes were certainly not thought to play a starring role in central nervous system function at that time.  ...  FROM THE ARCHIVES Amazon ants (Polyergus rufescens, light colour) raiding a colony of Formica fusca (dark colour), whose nest is in dry soil under a stone (Living History, p. 10) A publication of The Physiological  ... 
doi:10.36866/pn.70.31 fatcat:fwdr3jcdevcxjdxh4i4xf6kp5e

Novel pedagogical tool for simultaneous learning of plane geometry and R programming

Álvaro Briz-Redón, Ángel Serrano-Aroca
2018 Research Ideas and Outcomes  
This paper describes the LearnGeom R package, a novel pedagogical tool, which contains multiple functions to learn geometry in R at different levels of difficulty, from the most basic geometric objects  ...  In addition, since the R language provides numerous graphical functions, it could be very useful to acquire simultaneously basic plane geometry and programming knowledge at the undergraduate level.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge the Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir and the Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness for the financial support of this  ... 
doi:10.3897/rio.4.e25485 fatcat:w5ojejnoobembbheznw7cpxtqi

Teaching physics with Angry Birds: exploring the kinematics and dynamics of the game

M Rodrigues, P Simeão Carvalho
2013 Physics Education  
In this paper, we present classroom strategies for teaching kinematics at middle and high school levels, using Rovio's famous game Angry Birds and the video analyser software Tracker.  ...  We show how to take advantage of this entertaining video game, by recording appropriate motions of birds that students can explore by manipulating data, characterizing the red bird's motion and fitting  ...  In this paper we show how to give a basic kinematics treatment of the game with the help of video analysis and modelling software (Tracker), and outline strategies for teaching kinematics in schools.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0031-9120/48/4/431 fatcat:3unghmlpfbaodbwo65q5a3et5e

Book Section

Joseph Stipanowich
1953 Mathematics Teacher  
“Very highly recommended for all’ were general psychology, educational psy- chology, educational measurements, organ- ization and function of secondary education, child growth and development, psychology  ...  “Very highly helpful’ would be the super- visor who guides the student teacher in developing a philosophy and objectives for teaching secondary school mathematics demonstrates modern teaching practices  ... 
doi:10.5951/mt.46.3.0216 fatcat:o25jan3qzvgbxko3v2prpt5ooa

The Adventures of Amaru: Integrating Learning Tasks Into a Digital Game for Teaching Children in Early Phases of Literacy

Gilberto Nerino de Souza, Yvan Pereira dos Santos Brito, Myenne Mieko Ayres Tsutsumi, Leonardo Brandão Marques, Paulo Roney Kilpp Goulart, Dionne Cavalcante Monteiro, Ádamo Lima de Santana
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
We discuss the adaptation of reading teaching curricula, their limitations and future implications of the use of this game by children from a low-income background.  ...  In low-income countries, the history of academic failure is a liability for children acquiring literacy skills.  ...  Hwang and Wang (2016) developed an educational game with the goal of observing learning and engagement in language teaching; the study confirmed that games could engage students in the search for better  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02531 pmid:30618954 pmcid:PMC6302046 fatcat:uc43wryv5bfdro4vjw4w536qye

The Schema-based Mathematics Study: Enriching Mathematics Teaching and Learning Using a Culture-sensitive Curriculum

Anthony Ezeife
2011 Comparative and international education  
In Canada, for example, low enrolment and high dropout rates from mathematics and science courses are common among aboriginal students.  ...  This study implemented an innovative (culture-sensitive) mathematics curriculum, developed with the active participation of community Elders, in the Walpole Island First Nation elementary school in Ontario  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study was carried out with a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) -Aboriginal.  ... 
doi:10.5206/cie-eci.v40i1.9170 fatcat:d3635tsg3nc4lj2ulyy2outroy

Training teachers in classroom management to improve mental health in primary school children: the STARS cluster RCT

Tamsin Ford, Rachel Hayes, Sarah Byford, Vanessa Edwards, Malcolm Fletcher, Stuart Logan, Brahm Norwich, Will Pritchard, Kate Allen, Matthew Allwood, Poushali Ganguli, Katie Grimes (+6 others)
2019 Public Health Research  
Independent blind observations and qualitative feedback from teachers suggested that teachers' behaviour in the classroom changed as a result of attending TCM training.  ...  to pay for a unit improvement in SDQ-TD score).  ...  We would like to thank Harriet Hunt for completing the randomisation. We would like to thank Pete Aighton for his help in the early stages of the trial.  ... 
doi:10.3310/phr07060 fatcat:3kngdxwxhnggjmdg2kuauc2iqy

Survey and analysis of current mobile learning applications and technologies

Orlando R. E. Pereira, Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues
2013 ACM Computing Surveys  
E-learning began in the early 60s due to the Programmed Logic for Automated Teaching Operations (PLATO) project.  ...  Most people use a combination of the three learning styles and usually have a clear preference for one.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was partially supported by the Instituto de Telecomunicações, Next Generation Networks, and Applications Group (NetGNA), Portugal, by National Funding from the Fundação para a  ... 
doi:10.1145/2543581.2543594 fatcat:34ipmurc4ffhvpezw7rqbz46d4
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