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What Do You Think about INVALSI Tests? School Directors, Teachers and Students from Lombardy Describe Their Experience

Giulia Pastori, Valentina Pagani
2016 ECPS - Educational Cultural and Psychological Studies  
The INVALSI experience at school» conducted between 2011 by a research team from the University of Milan-Bicocca collected the ideas, opinions and perceptions of school actors on the INVALSI learning assessment  ...  / 98 control and social development objectives.  ...  The experiences collected in this study seem to mirror the antinomy described in literature between accountability and program evaluation, social control and social development objectives (Ribolzi, Maraschiello  ... 
doi:10.7358/ecps-2016-013-past fatcat:olrlqu4czrf6hjydai2ujxgnyq

A dictionary of documentation terms

Frank S. Wagner JR.
1960 American Documentation  
Schedule mnemonics (used by S. R. Ranganathan) fe. fers to the “Quality of a schedule of clagge, or isolates which recur as subdivisions ¢ several classes.”  ...  Control of a system by the output of the system, i.e. a self-correcting or self-compensating control. FETCH, v. To go in search of and return with an item. N. B.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.5090110204 fatcat:kdak2xe2rnghfdbqnjq7nf4lsu

Sobrepeso e controle de peso: pensamento leigo e suas dimensões normativas

Ana Maria Justo, Brigido Vizeu Camargo, Andréa Barbará da Silva Bousfield
2018 Psicologia - Teoria e Prática  
Eating stands out and reveals the polarity: control versus lack of control.  ...  Semi-structured interviews were carried out with 20 men and 20 women, aged between 30 and 57 years old, with and without excess weight.  ...  It occupies an important part of the interviews and reveals antinomies that are shown in the binomial: control/lack of control.  ... 
doi:10.5935/1980-6906/psicologia.v20n2p213-224 fatcat:ac7dvgwz6faulg2kgv7cz63iua

Just-In-Time Teaching: Balancing the Competing Demands of Corporate America and Academe in the Delivery of Management Education

Carol Watson, Sanford Temkin
2000 Journal of Management Education  
The feedback from students and clients who participated in Quality Through Teamwork supports this view.  ...  The management and control of quality (2nd ed.). Minne- apolis/St. Paul, MN: West. Godsall, R. (1977). The challenge was worth it. In D. Casey & D.  ... 
doi:10.1177/105256290002400608 fatcat:p3xeypvzk5f3pborxdgpdzjo5u

Marketing activities in mineral ore complex of Yugoslavia

Culibrk Ratko
1999 Acta Montanistica Slovaca  
Úèelom tohoto príspevku je poukáza na niektoré postupy a procesy ovládajúce marketingové aktivity v juhoslovanskom surovinovom priemysle.  ...  , quality control, marketing, business information, finances, personnel, commercial and other general assignments aimed at a more complete utilization of so-called synergetic effects.  ...  Thematic approach ensures the marketing control of certain products (services) and therefore a distinction must be drawn between the marketing as per individual concrete products, i.e. services.  ... 
doaj:dc9aaf1765c64ac28b1dbedefe0305b3 fatcat:7lr37vrgsbbqxed3ptihzcp3a4

Taking back control

Ylva Uggla
2019 Sociologisk forskning  
This paper examines the core ideas of minimalism as communicated in key writings of a selection of American bloggers and authors who have served as pacesetters for numerous people in several countries.  ...  The message the authors convey centres on a lifestyle change that was instigated by the discontent they felt in their previous lives, and they commend minimalism as a means to freedom and autonomy.  ...  I would like to give a special thanks to Magnus Boström, Kerstin Lekare and Sebastian Svenberg.  ... 
doi:10.37062/sf.56.18811 fatcat:sysrey45yff2llw5ukwhrrvz2q


2005 International Journal of Innovation Management  
Rather, it takes a step back to examine the first part of the proposition; it asks what quality of knowledge sharing is effected by cross-functional or functional teamworking organisation.  ...  In keeping with a Pavitt approach it challenges many of the simplistic prescriptions offered in the literature and provides further fuel for the debates over corporate initiatives and the knowledge integration  ...  s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, grants M74092 and GR/R54132/01.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s1363919605001174 fatcat:senfune325fmromxe5no73zfhm

Praxeological conditioning of the decision-making process in environmental protection

Grzegorz Embros
2020 Studia Ecologiae et Bioethicae  
The author constructs such a scheme referring to a control system (in the context of a decision-making problems-solving) proposed by Marian Mazur and presented in the Deming cycle.  ...  It is due to the necessity of decision making and a specific scheme of conduct.  ...  -in particular design or planning, which consists of optimization and definition of a schedule of actions as well as deployment and implementation.  ... 
doi:10.21697/seb.2020.18.5.18 fatcat:fqi5s5rmcjaqtnyjuie4ljjhre

Communications, Multimedia, Ontology, Photonics and Internet Engineering 2012

Ryszard S. Romaniuk
2012 International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications  
This paper is the second part of a concise review digest focused on optoelectronics, communications, multimedia and ontology of information technologies.  ...  The organizers present here a research survey of the WILGA Symposium work. Also a digest of chosen Wilga references is presented [1]-[39].  ...  This is a profound difference between the analogue and digital CS (ACS and DCS). It results in different measures of the transmission quality.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10177-012-0061-z fatcat:s6nm5vnwoneotjyny4ld5dp7ve

Vincent Price and Cult Performance: The Case of Witchfinder General [chapter]

Justin Smith
2013 Cult Film Stardom  
Our appreciation of a performance may encourage us to reorganise a film's elements and shift our perspective on the action, and this may in turn unlock qualities in a film that appears limited without  ...  At the outset it is necessary to establish distinctions between three related levels of analysis in this field: star persona, acting and performance.  ...  House of Usher (1960) , which began the series, was accorded "a three-week schedule and a $270,000 budget, rather than the usual two weeks and $150,000", and it earned over $2million at the US box office  ... 
doi:10.1057/9781137291776_7 fatcat:kt2h5pfaazgvvdrrmq25c3pbhu

Towards a conceptual understanding of acute cultural adaptation: a preliminary examination of ACA in female swimming

Tatiana V. Ryba, Saara Haapanen, Shwiko Mosek, Kwok Ng
2012 Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health  
The research was conducted as part of a research-training module at the University of Jyväskylä. The students participated, to a varying degree, in data collection and analysis.  ...  Ryba is an associate professor of sport psychology at Aarhus University, Denmark and a docent of cultural sport and exercise psychology at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.  ...  The use of a modernist SDT was in an epistemological antinomy with the basic philosophical assumptions of cultural psychology.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2159676x.2011.653498 fatcat:62qbuwoatjd2nh4hvhtdwqtray

Legal Accountability in the Service-Based Welfare State: Lessons from Child Welfare Reform

Kathleen G. Noonan, Charles F. Sabel, William H. Simon
2009 Law and Social Inquiry  
It also has novel implications for such basic rule-of-law issues as the choice between rules and standards, the relation of bureaucratic and judicial control, the proper scope of judicial intervention  ...  into dysfunctional public agencies, and the justiciability of "positive" (or social and economic) rights.  ...  Thus, conservatives joined the call for more bureaucratic control. Such concerns produced an array of audit and quality control processes in the 1970s and 1980s.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1747-4469.2009.01157.x fatcat:msyvjq6qlnhhni444kedvofx3y

Epistemological agency in the workplace

Raymond Smith
2006 Journal of Workplace Learning  
Epistemological agency is defined and presented as a conception of learning that captures the new employees' taking charge of the conduct and accomplishments of their actions at work.  ...  and product of the social origins of knowledge.  ...  This capacity has implicit and explicit qualities (i.e., non-conscious and conscious) that enable a degree of control, of self-regulation, in the face of contextual factors that inhibit or encourage the  ... 
doi:10.1108/13665620610654586 fatcat:6kqzqnb7f5adlgeb7qlxbh6fjq

Language learning and teaching — theory and practice

1990 Language Teaching  
All too often videos are seen by both teachers and pupils as a relaxing end-of-term activity and little use is made of the potential offered by the controls on a video recorder.  ...  used by laymen and specialists, and distinguishes a number of aspects of the relationship between an individual and a language which have been assumed to make it special.  ...  tasks which used as a basis for an extended session of fluencyprovide learners with individual feedback on their focused activities, through which students became performance, and in which both individual  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444800005644 fatcat:unggtr33gjb5ppxn3qczzkna34

Accepting the future as ever-changing: professionals' sensemaking about artificial intelligence

Masashi Goto
2022 Journal of Professions and Organization  
A qualitative study was conducted, using interview and archival data, on a Big Four audit firm in Japan during the period 2017–9, when its taskforce considered applying AI to its core audit service.  ...  Second, this study demonstrates the understudied link between institutions and sensemaking by showing how professionals' embeddedness in their professional institution sets the focus of their sensemaking  ...  We get feedback from audit teams in the front line, and use the feedback to continue the machine learning, so we can further improve the accuracy of outputs (Senior Manager 1).  ... 
doi:10.1093/jpo/joab022 fatcat:zdnvuvxoczb23efhjtpskhcslq
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