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Development of a model for whole brain learning of physiology

Saramarie Eagleton, Anton Muller
2011 Advances in Physiology Education  
The model that was developed elaborates on these layers by relating the personality traits central to learning to the different quadrants of brain preference, as described by Neethling's brain profile,  ...  In this report, a model was developed for whole brain learning based on Curry's onion model.  ...  The outer layer of the proposed model refers to instructional and environmental preferences.  ... 
doi:10.1152/advan.00007.2011 pmid:22139781 fatcat:xn6fyqt5drbgpk4zersa7kndui

Educational modelling language: modelling reusable, interoperable, rich and personalised units of learning

Rob Koper, Jocelyn Manderveld
2004 British Journal of Educational Technology  
This article describes the development of a learning technology specification, which supports these new demands for learning challenging the new technological possibilities.  ...  This specification is named Educational Modelling Language (EML) and is developed by the Open University of the Netherlands.  ...  With the international acceptance of EML as a modelling language for units of learning, the development of EML did not come to an end.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0007-1013.2004.00412.x fatcat:cof5flkvfvhblh62mn6emr2jpe

Book review of Developing Adaptive and Personalized Learning Environments

Jason R Ward
2016 Open Praxis  
With the growth of open learning environments, online learning, ubiquitous computing, and learning analytics, adaptive and personalized learning environments have the potential to optimize learning and  ...  This promise comes with a complex set of challenges, and Kinshuk has written a thorough and well-structured book to walk instructional designers and instructors through many of the key factors to be considered  ...  Kinshuk describes how a learning environment can gather data to create a cognitive trait model for each student, and use that information to make decisions about how and when to present a student with  ... 
doi:10.5944/openpraxis.8.4.375 fatcat:bx7ojuj7jbc2jca6bbgzedbhba

Standards for smart education – towards a development framework

Tore Hoel, Jon Mason
2018 Smart Learning Environments  
These models are evaluated against current standardization challenges in the field of learning, education and training to form the basis for a development platform for new standards in this area.  ...  Based on reviews of pioneering work within smart learning, smart education and smart learning environments we highlight two models, a cognitive smart learning model and a smartness level model.  ...  Acknowledgements There are no acknowledgements to this paper. Authors' contributions Each author contributed evenly to this paper. Both authors read and approved the final manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40561-018-0052-3 fatcat:mbkssirzrrfddf2zipnrggyb5y

A MODEL OF ADAPTIVE LEARNING IN SMART CLASSROOMS BASED ON THE LEARNING STRATEGIES

Vitomir Radosavljevic, ICT College of Vocational Studies, Belgrade, Serbia, Slavica Radosavljevic, Gordana Jelic, ICT College of Vocational Studies, Belgrade, Serbia, ICT College of Vocational Studies, Belgrade, Serbia
2019 PEOPLE International Journal of Social Sciences  
The paper presents a proposal of a model of adaptive learning. The model takes the advantage of a smart classroom environment for the realization of adaptive learning.  ...  The model dedicates a learning category to a student based on a formula which takes in consideration above mentioned adaptation criteria The proposed model has been tested.  ...  The second shortcoming regarding the realization of the model refers to the availability of a smart classroom environment.  ... 
doi:10.20319/pijss.2019.52.662679 fatcat:boqnh4tyjzghjdipr23ciodvpa

Modelling The Learner Model Based Ontology In Adaptive Learning Environment

Saida Ulfa, Deddy Barnabas Lasfeto, Citra Kurniawan
2019 Journal of Disruptive Learning Innovation (JODLI)  
Thus, modelling the learner model in an adaptive system environment is a key point to success in recommending the learner.  ...  A personalized learning process requires an adaptive learning system (ALS). In order to adapt, a learner model is required.  ...  Recent developments in semantic web technology have described the application of this technology to develop adaptive e-learning systems.  ... 
doi:10.17977/um072v1i12019p34-45 fatcat:b7hqevprn5b2zkj4k73cqqvgvy

Ubiquitous Learning Architecture to Enable Learning Path Design across the Cumulative Learning Continuum

Konstantinos Karoudis, George Magoulas
2016 Informatics  
offerings using two well-known learning and development reference models; the 70:20:10 framework and the 3-33 model.  ...  By integrating a high level of mobility into the learning environment, u-learning enables learning not only through formal but also through informal and social learning modalities.  ...  The founding sponsor had no role in the design of the research; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, and in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/informatics3040019 fatcat:iwjow37s6bbr3frtha3d7zi6zu

ServiceOriented Reference Architecture for Personalized Elearning Systems 'SORAPES'

K. Palanivel, S. Kuppuswami
2011 International Journal of Computer Applications  
A service-oriented reference architecture describes the essence of a software architecture and the most significant and relevant aspects.  ...  Some of the existing e-learning architectures that serve as the domain model for personalized e-learning system were considered, discussed in details and finally proposed a new architecture which is called  ...  This paper presented a reference model to facilitate personalized learning and children tracking and assessment and development of agent-based software architecture.  ... 
doi:10.5120/2956-3907 fatcat:icmhw43dg5fijap4ucmbxg3uem

Toward A Model For Knowledge Development In Virtual Environments: Strategies For Student Ownership

N.B. Adams
2007 Zenodo  
A model under development is presented that combines the dimensions of knowledge approach, the teacher-student relationship with regards to knowledge authority and teaching approach to demonstrate the  ...  Instructional strategies for fostering student engagement in a virtual environment are critical to the learner-s strategic ownership of the knowledge.  ...  As a virtual learning environment is developed, the teacher or developer of the environment must consider the overall goals for student learning.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1057869 fatcat:muuxwdxynfflbn4u5dumq23ep4

Ontology-Based Ecological System Model of e-Learning

Quanyu Wang, Xingen Yu, Guilong Li, Guobin Lv
2012 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
595 Index Terms-Ontology, e-learning ecology ontology, e-learning ecosystem.  ...  The community refers to the collection of all biological populations accumulated in a certain region or ecological environment at a certain time.  ...  In this paper, e-learning ecosystem models based on ontology in developed.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijiet.2012.v2.212 fatcat:jlrlubnvkzcmfhik4vl47keilq

Analysis and Identification of Data Heterogeneity on Learning Environment Using Ontology Knowledge

Arda Yunianta, Norazah Yusof, Abdul Aziz, Nataniel Dengen, Mohd Shahizan Othman
2014 Proceeding of the Electrical Engineering Computer Science and Informatics  
To solved this problem, researcher using ontology knowledge to describe and draw a semantic relationship that represent the complexity of data relationship on learning environment.  ...  The result of this analysis is to develop ontology knowledge to solve complexity relationship on learning environment, and also to help reader's better understanding the complex relationship between elements  ...  The authors would like to thank to Fakultas Teknologi Informasi dan Komunikasi, Mulawarman University for their financial support to submit this paper into this conference or journal.  ... 
doi:10.11591/eecsi.v1.365 fatcat:jddy5shkinfavdy3hn2pgeqbnq

Analysis of the competencies and learning outcomes concepts of virtual environments

Javier F. García
2021 Revista Panamericana de Comunicación  
The present article focuses on the presentation of a proposal for the definition of the concepts used in our learning model in virtual environments referred as competencies and learning outcomes, based  ...  on an analysis of the existing bibliography in English, Spanish and Russian and the experience accumulated during 7 years of work in this modality.  ...  The learning outcomes of the programs are a statement of the results of what the student is expected to be able to do in a complex environment based on the disciplinary and personal competencies developed  ... 
doi:10.21555/rpc.v0i1.2351 fatcat:rwuizpzvengbzeu67upavtx62a

Smart Technological Learning Conceptual model

Cakula Sarma
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
It is very important to figure out the most effective technological solutions and principal directions for implementing work-based learning strategies in the learning process.  ...  according to the demands of the vocation in question.  ...  Really, personalized learning refers to the whole enchilada: learning that is tailored to the preferences and interests of various learners, as well as instruction that is paced to a student's unique needs  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i2.28.12900 fatcat:mut7ijsacfdh5f7lxj5nzdg7h4

Research on Personalized and Secured E-Learning Systems using Data Mining Technique

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
It is the digital way of learning the concepts and does not require the help of other persons to do so.  ...  Thus, a holistic approach is required for achieving the personalized content since the student groups are heterogeneous in nature.  ...  A hypergraph based personalized e-learning process and resource optimization systems model was developed by [22] .A personalized learning process was invented to describe the construction process of e-learning  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.k1111.09811s19 fatcat:oqxvfkftrnb3rbwwvxiakvenci

Autonomous Learning from a Social Cognitive Perspective

Michael K. Ponton, Nancy E. Rhea
2006 New Horizons in adult education & Human resource development  
The purpose of this article is to present an alignment between salient aspects of autonomous learning theory and SCT, thereby providing a heuristic position that guides future research in adult learning  ...  In 1991, Confessore alluded to the importance of motivation, resourcefulness, initiative, and persistence in self-directed learning.  ...  The first two refer to interpretations of outcomes related to personal behavior, whereas the last two refer to information supplied by the environment.  ... 
doi:10.1002/nha3.10250 fatcat:dwrkys65gbdavgwwhtls7to4tu
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