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Catching the Wave: Are Biology Graduate Students on Board with Evidence-Based Teaching?

Emma C. Goodwin, Jane N. Cao, Miles Fletcher, Justin L. Flaiban, Erin E. Shortlidge, Marilyne Stains
2018 CBE - Life Sciences Education  
These data indicate that, while many graduate students are already engaged with the movement to adopt EBT, graduate training programs should emphasize increasing access to quality training in EBT strategies  ...  Graduate students hold a critical role in responding to national calls for increased adoption of evidence-based teaching (EBT) in undergraduate classrooms, as they not only serve as teaching assistants  ...  We also thank members of the Biology Education Research Lab at Portland State University for their helpful feedback on our data analysis and early drafts of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1187/cbe.17-12-0281 pmid:30142051 fatcat:47qot2d2dzfd5asyuzxaqs6g5u

The Three Waves [chapter]

2022 A New Perspective on Education in the Digital Age  
In this wave, the teacher builds networks for educational purposes outside the classroom.  ...  Using new digital technology, some engineer teachers and schools also started to use big data to control the whole life of their students (Paulsen and T ae kke 2019b).  ... 
doi:10.5040/9781350175426.ch-003 fatcat:qnqmjxdtijculnkaaugopojetu

Interplay between mathematics and physics to catch the nature of a scientific breakthrough: The case of the blackbody

Laura Branchetti, Alessia Cattabriga, Olivia Levrini
2019 Physical Review Physics Education Research  
and their role in their learning process; (4) guiding them to share their reflections in classroom discussion in which the teacher rephrases and scaffolds their experiences and intuitions.  ...  waves exciting a resonator. […] in a gas the disorder is a characteristic of a set of molecules at a given instant, while in cavity radiation, it is a characteristic of the temporal evolution of individual  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevphyseducres.15.020130 fatcat:7zmf2vri35aoxkdmjdmexwec5u

WAVE Project: Sport Nutrition Education Resources

Siew Sun Wong, Melinda M. Manore, Kari Pilolla, Ingrid Skoog, Darcie Hill, Taryn Hand
2018 Journal of Youth Development  
WAVE also developed a cloud-based data management system to support the tracking of learner profiles, survey administration, big data visualization, and automated health report generation.  ...  WAVE uses adolescent athletes' interest in sport to draw them into the topic of sport nutrition and healthy eating; helping them apply the knowledge and skills they learned in class, on the field, and  ...  WAVE also developed a cloudbased data management system to support the tracking of learner profiles, survey administration, big data visualization, and automated health report generation.  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2018.663 fatcat:57jxdg6pxnezpjpzchh3ogcxza

EDUCATIONAL PRIVACY IN THE ONLINE CLASSROOM: FERPA, MOOCS, AND THE BIG DATA CONUNDRUM

Elise Young
2015 Harvard Journal of Law & Technology   unpublished
The allure of big data lies in the insights and breakthroughs that can be gleaned from analysis of massive data troves, such as discovering drug side effects and quantifying crime waves. 59 These insights  ...  This Note examines the individual privacy concerns implicated by big data in general, assesses whether the privacy language of FERPA can address big data collection and analysis in the MOOC context, and  ... 
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Understanding and affecting student reasoning about sound waves

Michael Wittmann, Richard N. Steinberg, Edward F. Redish
2003 International Journal of Science Education  
Student learning of sound waves can be helped through the creation of group-learning classroom materials whose development and design rely on explicit investigations into student understanding.  ...  By designing curriculum materials that ask students to think about the physics from a different view, we bring about improvement in student understanding of sound waves.  ...  In particular, Mel Sabella filmed the video used in this Tutorial while at the summer workshop of Workshop Physics, Accepted for publication in the International Journal of Science Education p. 21  ... 
doi:10.1080/09500690305024 fatcat:2ft3jqnfsvdddle6euq3344y3q

Waving to a touch interface

Marko Jurmu, Masaki Ogawa, Sebastian Boring, Jukka Riekki, Hideyuki Tokuda
2013 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays - PerDis '13  
In addition, researchers in the vicinity of the display gathered observation data.  ...  continuum in the face of potential social conflicts.  ...  This resulted in people first activating the map view through gestures, waving for the map view in hope of a gesture control, getting desperate and increasing the speed and magnitude of the gestures, and  ... 
doi:10.1145/2491568.2491571 dblp:conf/perdis/JurmuOBRT13 fatcat:wokpcprblnekpitvdmgyynh5iy

Modeling student cohesiveness by waving the sociometric test with the picture apperception value test

Xhimi Hysa
2016 International Journal of Social Sciences and Education Research  
They activate emotions through the brain visual cortex and in them are anchored values.  ...  Regarding originality, value, and practical applications, this framework is novel and is supposed to increase students' productivity/performance in terms of perception, learning, and task execution.  ...  With the aim to collect data and to divide the classroom in small groups, it can be used two types of questions, positive and negative.  ... 
doi:10.24289/ijsser.279082 fatcat:hbce3sz3ivb2lfflz5jqdwe3jy

Parents' Opinions about their Children's Distance Learning during the First Wave of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Maja Drvodelić, Vlatka Domović
2021 Center for Educational Policy Studies Journal  
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, distance education became the only official form of instruction in all schools in Croatia for a period commencing 16 March 2020.  ...  Parents emphasise positive changes in the quality of family relationships, which are partly the consequence of joint learning with their children and partly due to changes in the way of life during the  ...  with classmates and their teacher are a big problem caused by distance education.  ... 
doi:10.26529/cepsj.1131 fatcat:e7mzak7nnraadpugaf3upzwwse

The Transformation of Computing: Riding the Wave

Robert Fabian
1987 Journal of Information Systems Management  
Such test, designed on the basis of experiments conducted in the classroom with students, will be described and conducted on the selected four applications: Aris, Adonis, iGrafx and IBM BPM.  ...  The advantage smaller businesses have over their larger counterparts (even big multinationals) in terms of innovation and adaptability clearly demonstrates that the key to success is no longer an optimum  ...  The case studies provided in the paper serve to support this thesis.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07399018708962851 fatcat:h6nlqydjuzevzgdvlzclchyd6y

New Developments in Practice III: Riding the Wave: Extracting Value from Mobile Technology

Heather A. Smith, Nalin Kulatilaka, N. Venkatramen
2002 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
It presents the issues faced in applying wireless technology in business and suggests areas in which research might be fruitful.  ...  This uncertainty leaves business with the challenge of navigating between the opportunities presented by the new capabilities offered by mobile technology and the risks of being in the wrong place at the  ...  The first article in this series (Volume 7, Article 13, July, 2001) dealt with risk management in information systems.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.00832 fatcat:w3zmgprfbzdpvgkymjr7krrtlm

Attention across modalities as a longitudinal predictor of early outcomes: the case of fragile X syndrome

Gaia Scerif, Elena Longhi, Victoria Cole, Annette Karmiloff-Smith, Kim Cornish
2011 Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines  
in boys with FXS.  ...  Conclusions: Findings demonstrate, for the first time, greater difficulties with auditory attention and atypical processing of multimodal information, in addition to pervasive global attentional difficulties  ...  We express our deepest thanks to all families who participated in the research and to the Fragile X Society for their continued support to our efforts.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-7610.2011.02515.x pmid:22211574 fatcat:rgrwovwv3ncupeddydwv6xiyaa

Medical students' perceptions and coping strategies during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic: studies, clinical implication, and professional identity

Wurth Sophie, Sader Julia, Cerutti Bernard, Broers Barbara, Bajwa M. Nadia, Carballo Sebastian, Escher Monica, Galetto-Lacour Annick, Grosgurin Olivier, Lavallard Vanessa, Savoldelli Georges, Serratrice Jacques (+2 others)
2021 BMC Medical Education  
Students recruited to help at the hospital in the context of increasing staff needs reported a positive impact due to the enriched clinical exposure.  ...  These results allowed us to gain valuable insight that reinforced the relevance of assessing the evolution of the situation in the long run and the importance of developing institutional support tools  ...  The authors would also like to thank all students that agreed to participate in the study and share their perceptions in those sometimes-uncertain times.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12909-021-03053-4 pmid:34915888 pmcid:PMC8674407 fatcat:f7brsvkxpzdnlfozk6csmegjpy

A Secondary School Marine Science Curriculum

1968 The American history teacher  
It has been my experience in instituting programs in marine science that the greatest difficulty arises in locating extant curricula for the secondary school level.  ...  Maury and Fridtiof Nansen and their involvement in modem science in the field of navigation,  ...  Big Fish and Little Fish The world fish catch soared to a record 51.6 million metric tons in 1964, which is more than 4 million tons above the record 1963 commercial catch of 47.4 million tons, according  ... 
doi:10.2307/4442000 fatcat:hczef66wjjai7nlqkdjx4hf52u

"Catch of the day" : a case study of children's perceptions of fishing

Ann Louise Parker
1996
"Catch of the Day" is an ethnographic case study of children's perceptions, experiences, and explorations, as well as their learning, in the informal social context of recreational fishing.  ...  Authentic science experiences such as fishing promote children's engagement in collaborative problem solving and learning in marine education and have the potentia [...]  ...  bucket of bait, the net for catching big fish, and of course the schools of fish.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0054902 fatcat:tkkg35v7erdnjotbpolhhxyg7e
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