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Do Real Work, Not Homework [chapter]

Brian P. Coppola
2015 Chemistry Education  
Pavel Nagorny, and Prof. John P. Wolfe. He also thanks the the 100 student leaders who have driven the Structured Study Group program since its inception in 1994, and for all of their real work.  ...  Finally, he thanks his friend and long-time colleague, Eric S. Rabkin, for, among a million other things, understanding and inspiring the value of Real Work.  ...  All the students are working in the same task, where collaboration and conversation about strategy is useful and encouraged, and almost nothing short of someone else doing your work for you is going to  ... 
doi:10.1002/9783527679300.ch9 fatcat:qgywj2dyqrgkff73i7tg7lel7i

Love and Work

Kathleen D. Noble, Robert C. Vaughan, Christina Chan, Sarah Childers, Bryan Chow, Ariel Federow, Sean Hughes
2007 The gifted child quarterly  
Love and Work 3 Putting the Research to Use There is no argument about the need for a variety of ways to help gifted adolescents work to their intellectual potential.  ...  Students graduate to the EEP at the end of the year and become fully matriculated UW undergraduates. At the time of this writing, 331 students have participated in the EEP.  ...  Instrument The authors designed an eight-page, 100-item questionnaire that focused on participants' assessments of their educational and work experiences, friendships, and love relationships.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0016986207299472 fatcat:akxw5m7pprcmbkgko64hhpwl7m

Cultivating the next generation designers: group work in urban and regional design education

Lei Qu, Yawei Chen, Remon Rooij, Peter de Jong
2019 International Journal of Technology and Design Education  
Constructive alignment of the teaching triangle and feedbacks from students and teachers are used to assess the effectiveness of learning from group methods in these courses from the perspective of teaching  ...  The conclusions of the article focus on pros and cons of group work in urban and regional design education, with highlighted common challenges for teaching, such as assessment on individual performance  ...  The assessment is based on a report on a development strategy for neighbourhoods in Rotterdam South, and oral presentations, which are all group work.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10798-019-09540-6 fatcat:oqsqvjhl7rbrthojhtgzk42pp4

Does studio-based instruction work in CS 1?

Christopher Hundhausen, Anukrati Agrawal, Dana Fairbrother, Michael Trevisan
2010 Proceedings of the 41st ACM technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '10  
To evaluate its effectiveness, we carried out a quasi-experimental comparison of a "studio-based" CS 1 course with pedagogical code reviews and an identical "traditional" CS 1 course without pedagogical  ...  Given the increasing importance of communication, teamwork, and critical thinking skills in the computing profession, we believe there is good reason to provide students with increased opportunities to  ...  This project is funded by a National Science Foundation CPATH Award (CNS-0721927). Contributions to this work by other members of the research team-N.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1734263.1734432 dblp:conf/sigcse/HundhausenAFT10 fatcat:hbyeo4csrfap7pf2j5bhtdwstu

Facilitating social work role plays in online courses: The use of video conferencing

Dale Fitch, Kelli Canada, Suzanne Cary, Rebekah Freese
2016 Advances in Social Work  
Future research needs to assess the acquisition of specific skills compared to traditional classroom students. </p>  ...  Some students found use of the technology caused them to feel disconnected from their peers compared to face-to-face encounters, while other students found the encounter more intimate in that the pressure  ...  For example, an instructor may ask students to perform a self-assessment of their role play performance using an established rubric at the time of assignment submission.  ... 
doi:10.18060/20874 fatcat:3dyann7oivcyhdg6qcypqshdou

Does Remote Learning Work? Action Research

2021 International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education  
PURPOSE Over the last several years, I have developed content for my own courses and designed online courses in addition to being a classroom adjunct professor.  ...  This action research study was conducted to determined whether or not remote instruction works and to identify areas in need of improvement to better prepare both students and educators for the digital  ...  materials (79.4%) o Asked students to turn in all assignments electronically (38.2%) o Asked students to turn in all assignments on paper (64.7%) o Asked students for a mix of on-paper and electronic  ... 
doi:10.20431/2349-0381.0808005 fatcat:jfsd5slydzd5pgbjgbmi2jnmgi

Communication Technology Integration into Social Work Practice

Angela N. Bullock, Alex D. Colvin
2015 Advances in Social Work  
As a result of this transformation, the use of technology has evolved in social work practice.  ...  The uses for communication technology continue to grow in the United States. Technology is changing how people collect and share information and is reshaping how people interact with one another.  ...  Future Peer Network Activity At the end of year four, all SSI respondents were asked how likely they were to participate in a future student peer network hosted on Ning, Facebook, LinkedIn, or an  ... 
doi:10.18060/18259 fatcat:5ken5yjdcradjfunilejymmiky

Implementing Game Design in School: A Working Example | Mise en œuvre de la conception de jeu à l'école : un exemple pratique

Dani C. Herro
2015 Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology  
Drawing on a previous case focused on initial course planning and early implementation (Author, 2013), this paper advances insight regarding the process of moving game design into schooling and concludes  ...  This case uses a worked or "working example" model (Gee, 2010), documenting the implementation of a novel game design curriculum in the United States.  ...  Student interest in course projects led to the formation of afterschool gaming club focused on further developing games and designing Apps.  ... 
doi:10.21432/t26g7b fatcat:f4z27f6drverxhfw5ushwoznnu


Cathleen Gray, Mary Jeanne Verdieck, Elizabeth D. Smith, Karen Freed
2005 Family Court Review  
The emphasis of this manual therefore is on your role as an instructor involved in the planning and carrying out of a workplace education program.  ...  goals and objectives • Assessing and evaluating employee skills • Developing and designing curriculum (literacy task analysis, instructional methods, workplace education teaching materials, lesson planning  ...  Acknowledgements The Department of Education and Culture would like to acknowledge the effort of Judy Purcell and Marjorie Davison as developers of this manual.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.174-1617.1997.tb00470.x fatcat:2uyt2cak4jbm5ogyic544ebfom

Development and validation of a measure of authentic online work

Jennifer Darling-Aduana
2021 Educational technology research and development  
Researchers tout digital learning as a tool that can increase the authenticity of student learning and assessment tasks but lack a psychometrically valid instrument to test this hypothesis.  ...  Data were collected from online courses developed by one of the largest online course providers in the United States.  ...  Grant Foundation for generous funding of this research; Mason Shero, Hillary Bendert, and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11423-021-10007-6 pmid:34092984 pmcid:PMC8169427 fatcat:zwqshndkynf4ngqnygqgtctko4


Anne Marie Piper, Eileen O'Brien, Meredith Ringel Morris, Terry Winograd
2006 Proceedings of the 2006 20th anniversary conference on Computer supported cooperative work - CSCW '06  
We present the design process and evaluation of SIDES conducted over a period of six months with a middle school social group therapy class.  ...  This paper presents a design case study of SIDES: Shared Interfaces to Develop Effective Social Skills.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The acknowledgements have been removed to facilitate blind review.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1180875.1180877 dblp:conf/cscw/PiperOMW06 fatcat:vxohiyeqlbcipfz3cglz6uhjka

Motivating all our students?

Janet Carter, Jian Shi, Su White, Dennis Bouvier, Rachel Cardell-Oliver, Margaret Hamilton, Stanislav Kurkovsky, Stefanie Markham, O. William McClung, Roger McDermott, Charles Riedesel
2011 Proceedings of the 16th annual conference reports on Innovation and technology in computer science education - working group reports - ITiCSE-WGR '11  
If you believe that this item is subject to any of these criteria, or for any other reason should not be held on OpenAIR, then please contact with the details of the item and the  ...  Section 6 of the "Repository policy for OpenAIR @ RGU" (available from provides guidance on the criteria under  ...  Self and Peer Assessment Students assessing the work of peers has been shown to support learner autonomy and self-regulation [12, 43, 97] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2078856.2078858 fatcat:xnm5gdel5fgg5na2vqw5oy7m44

Effectiveness of Moodle in student's independent work

Yana Gudkova, Svetlana Reznikova, Maria Samoletova, Elena Sytnikova, N. Ugrekhelidze, D. Rudoy, A. Olshevskaya
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
Moreover, it has made course administration easier and helped to reduce the time of delivering instruction and getting the real-time analytics.  ...  Moodle is massively used as an essential component of blended-learning courses or mainly incorporated in traditional offline classes.  ...  The authors would like to thank the English language instructors of the Department of English for Sciences at SFedU for sharing information about their work with students.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202127312084 fatcat:5ivypcmbnbh45bkpntjkfmdsxu

Making Mobile Learning Work: Student Perceptions and Implementation Factors

Sharon W. Tabor
2016 Journal of Information Technology Education Innovations in Practice  
Mobile devices are the constant companions of technology users of all ages.  ...  A cross-disciplinary group of faculty at our university came together in the mLearning Scholars group to study the potential for using mobile devices for student learning.  ...  Acknowledgements The author wishes to acknowledge and thank Boise State Center for Teaching and Learning for their initial funding of the mLearning Scholars experiment, and the College of Business and  ... 
doi:10.28945/3524 fatcat:nbq37s647fdc3iroo3skspmi7m

Group work and undergraduate accounting students: a Bourdieusian analysis

Wilma W. Teviotdale, David Clancy, Roy Fisher, Pat Hill
2017 Research in Post-Compulsory Education  
in order to benefit from domination of the group: '...this particular member decided to go for a peer mark and they all had allocated roles...but in the actual presentation he decided he would do more  ...  In order to become active players in group work and for fairness to be overtly demonstrated, tutors need to challenge their own doxa and engage students in dialogues when designing the "rules of the game  ... 
doi:10.1080/13596748.2017.1358513 fatcat:llmage7ehjh6jjllxydfhzkbfi
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