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STEM stereotypes predict students' STEM career interest via self-efficacy and outcome expectations

Tian Luo, Winnie Wing Mui So, Zhi Hong Wan, Wai Chin Li
2021 International Journal of STEM Education  
Structural equation modelling was used to analyse quantitative survey data of 824 fourth- to sixth-grade students and test the hypothesized models.  ...  Although the relationship between students' stereotypical beliefs regarding STEM careers and their career interest can be reasonably hypothesized, research investigating the extent to which and how students  ...  Integrated STEM learning refers to learning in which the knowledge and skills learned from STEM disciplines are applied to real-world problems or projects.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40594-021-00295-y fatcat:5nzxvv4wrzb7bfyyg6bbiqwkau

Stereotype Modeling for Problem-Solving Performance Predictions in MOOCs and Traditional Courses

Roya Hosseini, Peter Brusilovsky, Michael Yudelson, Arto Hellas
2017 Proceedings of the 25th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization - UMAP '17  
Each of the approaches to form student stereotype cohorts is validated by comparing models of student learning: do students in di erent groups learn di erently?  ...  In this paper, we are exploring the application of stereotype-based modeling to a more challenging task -predicting student problemsolving and learning in two programming courses and two MOOCs.  ...  Modeling Student Learning To model student learning, we used an approach called performance factors analysis [18] that is based on logistic regression.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3079628.3079672 dblp:conf/um/HosseiniBYH17 fatcat:i4zwioe3ejgo3bdphe72typu54

The Effectiveness of Storytelling Method in Experiential Learning Model to Improve the Senior High School Students' Ability in Deducting Negative Stereotype

Yohanes Yupilustanaji Apgrianto, Marthen Pali, Dany M. Handarini, Muslihati .
2018 International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development  
The research is done to verify the effectiveness of storytelling method in experiential learning model to improve the senior high school students' ability in deducting negative stereotype.  ...  It shows that storytelling method in experiential learning model is effective to improve the senior high school students' ability in deducting negative stereotype.  ...  Then, experiential learning model is chosen to be a model to improve students ability in deducting negative stereotypes because, first, results of the latest research proved the effectiveness of experiential  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarped/v7-i2/4183 fatcat:zcolnlydu5fzroq72mphogcxua

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Comprehensive Historical Survey with Recent Developments

Ali Alkhatlan, Jugal Kalita
2019 International Journal of Computer Applications  
ITSs are computer programs that use artificial intelligence techniques to enhance and personalize automation in teaching.  ...  This paper provides interested beginners with an updated and detailed introduction to the field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS).  ...  Educational data mining approaches such as Learning Factor Analysis (LFA) [38] and Performance Factors Analysis (PFA) [39] have been used to futher improve ITSs using this model.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2019918451 fatcat:4dttig4gpjfzheipizywfkleji

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: A Comprehensive Historical Survey with Recent Developments [article]

Ali Alkhatlan, Jugal Kalita
2018 arXiv   pre-print
ITSs are computer programs that use artificial intelligence techniques to enhance and personalize automation in teaching.  ...  This paper provides interested beginners with an updated and detailed introduction to the field of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS).  ...  Educational data mining approaches such as Learning Factor Analysis (LFA) [38] and Performance Factors Analysis (PFA) [39] have been used to futher improve ITSs using this model.  ... 
arXiv:1812.09628v1 fatcat:ww7ar4uqxfdihkbcoskuiyidzi

Adaptive Educational Hypermedia Based on Multiple Student Characteristics [chapter]

Herman D. Surjono, John R. Maltby
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The student model will be developed to use stereotypes, overlays and perturbation techniques.  ...  Current AEH environments, however, are limited to processing only a small number of student characteristics.  ...  Accordingly, research has commenced into prototyping an AEH system that incorporates a multi-dimensional student model to accommodate multiple student characteristics such as knowledge, learning styles  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-45200-3_41 fatcat:5lhlloyewvfhrcxod7egn4wf5a

Connecting to learn, learning to connect: Thinking together in asynchronous forum discussion

Janine Delahunty
2018 Linguistics and Education  
While the benefits of discussion are commonly accepted in face-to-face learning, engaging students in effective asynchronous discussion can often be 'hit or miss' due in part to the shift to interacting  ...  While the benefits of discussion are commonly accepted in face-to-face learning, engaging students in effective asynchronous discussion can often be 'hit or miss', due in part to the shift to interacting  ...  Acknowledgement I express my sincere appreciation to the anonymous reviewers and the editor for their constructive feedback on this paper, and to my colleagues, Associate Professors Pauline Jones and Irina  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.linged.2018.05.003 fatcat:lgpmjxfstbbo3assokwkz6uf5q

Improving learner quality of experience by content adaptation based on network conditions

Cristina Hava Muntean
2008 Computers in Human Behavior  
Testing results demonstrate significant benefits in terms of learning achievement, learning performance, learner navigation and user QoE in favour of the learner QoE model-enhanced solution.  ...  This paper presents a learner quality of experience (QoE) model that apart from the user-related content adaptation, considers delivery performance-based content personalisation in order to improve user  ...  Naturally this process will be applied to all stereotypes.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2007.07.016 fatcat:pv6h6hhsjnd5jcv5uzh7xryb24

Activating Culturally Empathic Motivation in Diverse Students

Donald E . Grant Jr., Jerell B. Hill
2020 Journal of Education and Learning  
Teacher expectations, modeling, and enthusiasm need to be apparent to students, and teachers’ efficacy needs to embrace the idea that all students can learn.  ...  To combat deficit-based models of engagement, the researchers analyzed culturally empathic motivation in diverse students.  ...  Teacher expectations, modeling, and enthusiasm need to be apparent to students, and teachers' efficacy needs to embrace the idea that all students can learn.  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v9n5p45 fatcat:6d7wsuny7rh6rj65qihjgiy7gq

Chronic stereotype threat and mathematical achievement in age cohorts of secondary school girls: mediational role of working memory, and intellectual helplessness

Sylwia Bedyńska, Izabela Krejtz, Grzegorz Sedek
2019 Social Psychology of Education  
Results are discussed in terms of motivational models of stereotype threat.  ...  Far less attention has been given to the underlying mechanisms that may explain accumulative and long-term consequences of stereotype threat.  ...  The concept of intellectual helplessness (Rydzewska et al. 2017; Sedek and McIntosh 1998 ) applies the informational model of learned helplessness to difficulties in the acquisition of new and complex  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11218-019-09478-6 fatcat:e2jnohjmk5gfznt7sh5txswthe

Artificial Intelligence in Intelligent Tutoring Robots: A Systematic Review and Design Guidelines

Yang, Zhang
2019 Applied Sciences  
Then, we transform the relationship model into the perception-planning-action model to explore what AI techniques are suitable to be applied in the ITR.  ...  We first analyze the environment of the ITR and propose a relationship model for describing interactions of ITR with the students, the social milieu, and the curriculum.  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study, in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data, in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9102078 fatcat:323uvy2okrhc7bmnklh3e2ay4m

Social Impact of the Urban Transformation (Diyarbakir Sampe)

Mehmet Seyman Önder
2016 European Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies  
Because of building an opinion about what the possible social effects were, a situational analysis was carried out on the low-income group who lives in Suriçi area and in housing estate in Üçkuyular campus  ...  It was aimed with that project to research the reasons of the reactions of the target group that resides in the project area and to reveal the potential social effects of the project over the target group  ...  If girls and boys at school learned different models of behaviour from their daily experience, it would be possible to overcome gender stereotypes instilled within the family and in the society.  ... 
doi:10.26417/ejms.v1i4.p223-233 fatcat:4kg76gnj65h7lh2idr6jrjsofm

Gender Dimension in Education: Problems and Barriers in the Process of Gender Socialization in Albanian Schools

Aida Zhupa, Dorina Zenelaj
2016 European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research  
Text analysis includes: text illustrations, gender stereotypes and prejudices, gender authority and leadership.  ...  Text analysis from a gender perspective, is used as method to determine the presence and treatment of gender issues in various textbooks.  ...  The teacher should often analyse himself/herself in relation to students during classes/modules.  ... 
doi:10.26417/ejser.v6i2.p8-14 fatcat:zun47tqe6rcenle32djqfh4gua

A STUDY OF FACTORS AFFECTING SCIENCE ACHIEVEMENTS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL FEMALE STUDENTS

Chun-Chu Liu, Tse-Yu Wang
2019 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
This research was the first research integrating decision making trial and evaluation laboratory (DEMATEL) and structural equation modeling (SEM) to analysis factors, including interest in science, value  ...  According to the results of SEM analysis, fit indices of CFI, GFI and AGFI in model 1 were 0.851, 0.796 and 0.745; in model 2 were 0.818, 0.772, and 0.873.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the support from Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST), Taiwan. (MOST 104-2511-S-309-001-).  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/19.18.39 fatcat:qnooeqyyp5a43hkcjp4jedktym

Cross-Cultural Barriers to Health Care

Alex C. Vidaeff, Anthony J. Kerrigan, Manju Monga
2015 Southern medical journal (Birmingham, Ala. Print)  
Skill building is most effectively accomplished in interactive, experiential learning settings.  ...  Has the student learned how to effectively negotiate with a patient? Does the student explore the explanatory model and negotiate with a patient, as corroborated by evaluation?  ...  Models Sources Kleinman's questions  ... 
doi:10.14423/smj.0000000000000221 pmid:25580748 fatcat:fsnc5u455vef5kjlt6lony2uly
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