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A decade of CSCL

Gerry Stahl
2015 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
Live learning analytics Live feedback to students about their behavior can be effective in many ways (Enyedy et al., 2012; Schneider & Pea 2013) .  ...  Computer science continues to play a central role in implementing new features to support student collaboration, new techniques for aiding analysis of group-level processes, new methods for assessing collaborative  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-015-9222-2 fatcat:p44rca2vb5cwtllbddz3qki6te

New Insights into North America's Midcontinent Rift

Seth Stein, Carol Stein, Jonas Kley, Randy Keller, Miguel Merino, Emily Wolin, Douglas Wiens, Michael Wysession, Ghassan Al-Equabi, Weisen Shen, Andrew Frederiksen, Fiona Darbyshire (+7 others)
2016 EOS  
, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain; and Audience Viewpoints Consulting.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by National Science Foundation grants EAR-1148088 and EAR-0952345 and by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.  ...  Strong Engagement and Adaptable Earth Science Learning The AR Sandbox was initially launched in museum settings in 2012, and it has since been adapted for use in more than 150 universities, research centers  ... 
doi:10.1029/2016eo056659 fatcat:3tt5om54ovglrdagy4nvaliysq

Interdisciplinary Perspectives [chapter]

2020 Divination in Exile  
For this group a constant link was made in the classroom to their own lives.  ...  understanding should be designed into any piece of teaching for this will initiate the interaction through which formative assessment aids learning." 6 In such a learning environment, the quality of  ...  PhiNa functions in this way as a teaching principle for themes related to natural-scientific thinking: -in pre school -in primary school (scientific education) -in natural science lessons for children  ... 
doi:10.1163/9789004440784_002 fatcat:xqo3byxvcfbsrfg3unuiajhbta

Teaching and Learning About Science and Social Policy

Kenneth D. Benne, Max Birnbaum
1985 Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society  
Included is a discussion of six general learning objectives which should be met in a study of science and social policy.  ...  in teaching about science and .social policy.  ...  Suggestions for classroom use of the. readings are included. iiollister°, Bernard C., and'Deane C. Thompson. Grokking.the.Puture: Science Fiction in the Classroom.  ... 
doi:10.1177/027046768500500303 fatcat:vwx26fkvxnabfcr34kio5rr64m

IRRODL Volume 11, Number 2

Various Authors
2010 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
In "Unbundling Faculty Roles in Online Distance Education Programs," authors Jan Tucker and Patricia Neely help us sort out the true costs of program development and delivery under different models of  ...  Gunawardena, Wilson, and Nolla (2003) emphasize interaction and negotiation in their adaptive, meaningful, environmental-based architecture for online course design (AMOEBA).  ...  agents in the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v11i2.1109 fatcat:6poedq6m5rc2vdrqlyz5kt55pq

Supplementary File: QUALITY SYSTEM IN HIGHER EDUCATION: FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

Abdulsattar Mohammed Al-Ali
2021 TANMIYAT AL-RAFIDAIN  
is through the number of computers available to students and academic staff.  ...  ICT peripherals include devices used with computers for various teaching, learning and research purposes. The performance indicators are: a. Classrooms equipped with display screen technologies b.  ...  This interaction is facilitated by the Center Leadership to advance the art, science, and practice of learning and teaching as it pertains to the unique aspects of managing nationwide economy and society  ... 
doi:10.33899/tanra.2021.169012 fatcat:cgcpguz7hrb7photvx4j2sy5q4

Anthropogenic marine debris and its dynamics across peri-urban and urban mangroves on Penang Island, Malaysia [article]

Su Yin Chee, John Barry Gallagher, Jean Chai Yee, Danielle Carey, Yusri Yusup
2019 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
For Penang Island, the study highlights the areas in need of attention and prioritization, lists the types of debris needing proper management, and will aid in the future monitoring, mitigation and/or  ...  favour of smaller plastic items, for a constant wind field and irrespective of neap-spring phases.  ...  I am interested in materials design and development, using technology in the classroom, interactive language teaching curriculum design, and language assessment related to ESL classroom.  ... 
doi:10.1101/756106 fatcat:m6oy4besircffmdhmffppw6yra

CERME7 Working group 17: From a study of teaching practices to issues in teacher education

Leonor Santos, Claire V. Berg, Laurinda Brown, Nicolina Malara, Despina Potari, Fay Turner
2012 Research in Mathematics Education  
learning through making distinctions in their worlds.  ...  In analysing data from classroom observations I am drawing on a study by Mortimer and Scott (Mortimer & Scott, 2003) in science education.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14794802.2012.694297 fatcat:z2xmhkq6prcujfyomif5lhi2oy

MAM volume 21 issue s3 Cover and Front matter

2015 Microscopy and Microanalysis  
Honors include the Artois-Baillet-Latour Health Prize (1995), Gairdner Foundation International Award (1995), Award for Creative Invention from the American Chemical Society (2002), Heineken Prize in Biochemistry  ...  and Biophysics (2002), Wolf Prize in Medicine (shared with Robert Weinberg, 2004), Rosenstiel Award (2006)  ...  Tsien is best known for designing and building molecules that either report or perturb signal transduction inside living cells.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1431927615015044 fatcat:zcaujx5jpbewjkmwle5grvsxb4

Experiential Legal Writing: The New Approach to Practicing Like a Lawyer

Adam Lamparello, Charles E. MacLean
2014 Social Science Research Network  
Thus, the learning that takes place in our classrooms is (or should be) as complex as that which occurs in the doctrinal classroom. A new client has contacted the firm seeking representation.  ...  I think we should all applaud Kirsten for her inspiring story and the courage she has displayed. I'm really looking forward to a lively debate on the important issues facing California.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2494896 fatcat:cpej6re3nrhrvkomyo4ozkxea4

Unpredictability and Indeterminism in Human Behavior: Arguments and Implications for Educational Research

Gary A Cziko
1989 Educational Researcher  
First, Phillips contends that complex interactions also occur in the physical sciences where, for example, "pressure and volume interact to affect the behavior of a gas-but temperature in turn is another  ...  to Cronbach and Snow's pessimistic view of educational research in argu- ing that research in the social sciences is not fundamentally different from research in the physical sciences.  ...  This is because Cronbach and Snow imply that the data necessary for a comprehensive theory of human behavior are in principle obtainable using current quantitative ("etic") data collection and analytic  ... 
doi:10.3102/0013189x018003017 fatcat:q3eneojw6zehjdiymzb32ru25y

Unpredictability and Indeterminism in Human Behavior: Arguments and Implications for Educational Research

Gary A. Cziko
1989 Educational Researcher  
First, Phillips contends that complex interactions also occur in the physical sciences where, for example, "pressure and volume interact to affect the behavior of a gas-but temperature in turn is another  ...  to Cronbach and Snow's pessimistic view of educational research in argu- ing that research in the social sciences is not fundamentally different from research in the physical sciences.  ...  This is because Cronbach and Snow imply that the data necessary for a comprehensive theory of human behavior are in principle obtainable using current quantitative ("etic") data collection and analytic  ... 
doi:10.2307/1174887 fatcat:lt5vk626lncxxfzennellf35tq

Case Studies of Schools Exemplifying Wellness and Lifetime Fitness Models

Randal Peters
2014 The International Journal of Sport and Society  
Finally, schools involved in the study have shown improved academic achievement, which is consistent with emerging research showing that fitness enhances learning capacity.  ...  Meanwhile, physical education, historically one of the most readily available outlets for physical activity, has been marginalized in the wake of legislation mandating accountability for higher achievement  ...  Garrett School District's most ambitious and profitable collaboration, however, has been a shared immersion program with a state university, in \vhich graduate students live, learn, and teach physical  ... 
doi:10.18848/2152-7857/cgp/v04i03/53981 fatcat:a34ksugfine5vmti2fpzlvh3uu

Swami Vivekananda Teaching using Tradition of Valuing the Early years of the Child's life, and a Rich Heritage of Practices for Stimulating Development and Inculcating "Sanskaras" or basis Values and Social Skills in Children in Icds in India

2018 Medical & Clinical Research  
It is a guide for living, because the issues it addresses are basic and pervasive, determining the course we take in life and how we treat other people.  ...  It signifies a natural and necessary urge in human beings to know themselves and the world in which they live and move and have their being.  ...  For an enriched and meaningful life, it is necessary to learn to live together within diversity.  ... 
doi:10.33140/mcr.03.02.06 fatcat:3uncet6ytjcnngso37ehpkydju

Towards an understanding of the vision-mission statements of higher education institutions in Zimbabwe and the extent they foster a technological society for sustainable development [article]

Vincent Alec Mnkandla, Smile Dube, Isaiah M. Sibanda, Mabhena Mpofu, Patrick Ngulube, Lawton Hikwa, Similo S. Tizora, Stanley Mpofu, Samson Mtisi, Elizabeth Kabasa, Unity Chipunza, Gloria Kadyamatimba (+3 others)
2017 Zenodo  
Steered through the postpositivist paradigm and using the mixed method, drawing data from document sources, a diversity survey and interviews, the study interrogated the multiple-case study of four science  ...  In driving the mandates, the brands seek to promote the constituency servicing, governance, quality assurance, comportment, and evaluation footprints in line with opportunities for continuous improvement  ...  For instance, as Hook (2013, p. 2) observes, direct neural interfacing with computer systems means that humans have "entered the computer and now live in it.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2554073 fatcat:57e3ydatcrgu7bvl6tnjvmd364
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