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Neurobehavioral outcomes in spina bifida: Processes versus outcomes

Jack M Fletcher, Kathryn K Ostermaier, Paul T Cirino, Maureen Dennis
2008 Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine  
Thus, we suggest that children with SBM have strengths when the skill involves the capacity to retrieve information from semantic memory and generate material that has been associatively linked or learned  ...  We extend these general principles to a discussion of variability in outcomes and use data from a large sample of children with spina bifida to illustrate the basis for this variability.  ...  Motor Children with SBM can learn motor skills when given the opportunity to do so by repetition and correction of errors.  ... 
pmid:20798790 pmcid:PMC2928154 fatcat:reuvsbi7dfcyvduqjyg6wqy67q

Stand Tall and Raise Your Voice! A Study on the Presentation Trainer [chapter]

Jan Schneider, Dirk Börner, Peter van Rosmalen, Marcus Specht
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In order to study how this type of instruction can have an effect on learning, we created the Presentation Trainer: a prototype designed to help users to develop their nonverbal communication skills for  ...  The studies showed that participants would gladly use the Presentation Trainer to prepare for oral presentations, and pointed out to some considerations required for the design of tools able to effectively  ...  The underlying research project is partly funded by the METALOGUE project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-24258-3_23 fatcat:qndbsi6x5bhmndycjpsw6v5w7a

Analysis of professional competencies and basic skills in distance education tutor tutorials

Muhammad Arifin Zaidin, Kusmaladewi Kusmaladewi, Aziz Thaba
2021 Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences  
Distance Learning Program Unit.  ...  This study aims to examine how the ability to apply professional competency tutors and how the ability to apply basic skills tutorial tutors Early Childhood Education Program in the Makassar Open University  ...  During the 120 minutes the researcher paid attention to the tutor (key informant) in the tutorial room, the tutor did not utilize the basic questioning skills of the students, even the distribution of  ... 
doi:10.18844/cjes.v16i6.6531 fatcat:vsnxl4wvrnhbhkcng3ksfkndey

Patterns of Nonverbal Behavior and Sensivity in the Context of Attachment Relations

Dory A. Schachner, Phillip R. Shaver, Mario Mikulincer
2005 Journal of nonverbal behavior  
The abilities to encode, or express, and to decode, or understand, nonverbal cues are crucial to effective communication of emotions and are associated with social adjustment and relationship satisfaction  ...  Nonverbal behavior and sensitivity to a relationship partner's nonverbal behavior importantly influence the quality of interpersonal interactions and relationships, including attachment relationships.  ...  paid sufficient attention to the encoding and decoding of nonverbal signals during attachment-system activation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10919-005-4847-x fatcat:ue4kbn5vire3pckp5bgtbk3fpm

The Forced Transition to Distance Learning - a Challenge for the Overall Educational Process

Juliana Peneva
2021 International Conference on Education and Research in the Information Society  
To discuss these aspects, we share the experience of New Bulgarian University in conducting e-learning under an emergency pandemic situation and analyse some of its specific features.  ...  This paper discusses the forced transition to e-learning related to the overall educational process in higher education.  ...  In contrast, the third group includes people who choose a speciality (computer science, photography, graphic design, etc.) because this speciality is modern and they expect to find a well-paid job in the  ... 
dblp:conf/eris/Peneva21 fatcat:s5fbjx5obvdz7dg3t2nebtcd3m

Education of children under conditions of distance learning with cognitive development disorder: psychological and pedagogical aspects

Yuliia Sosnich, Karolina Reida, Tetiana Dehtiarenko, Oleksandr Kolyshkin, Yurii Kosenko, Iryna Omelchenko
2021 Laplage em Revista  
The aim of the research is to identify the psychological and pedagogical principles of distance learning for children with cognitive development disorder in primary school.  ...  most common method of distance learning; distance learning is more difficult to manage; distance learning is more stressful compared to face-to-face training.  ...  We agree with the viewpoint that teachers should take into account the following important aspects in cooperation with parents of children with special needs during distance learning, namely: keeping a  ... 
doi:10.24115/s2446-6220202173b1487p.68-78 fatcat:4pt4aiamizgsveignlrao4njvi

Case Illustration of a Boy With Nonverbal Learning Disorder and Asperger's Features: Neuropsychological and Personality Assessment

Jed Yalof
2006 Journal of Personality Assessment  
I present a case study of a latency-age boy referred for assessment of a nonverbal learning disability/disorder (NLD) who also had features of Asperger's syndrome (AS).  ...  I discuss the challenge of differentiating NLD from AS in relation to the client's pattern of visual-spatial, communication, social-emotional, and behavioral NLD correlates.  ...  For example, as a syndrome disorder, NLD captures specific learning disabilities (e.g., superior verbal skills relative to nonverbal skills, with particular weakness in the area of mechanical arithmetic  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327752jpa8701_02 pmid:16856784 fatcat:jxt3htrmozcvllraxbrxhdrl5u

Sociocultural Competence Development as Prerequisite for Future Public Administration Specialists' Becoming

Oleksandr S. Balan, Maryna Ye. Shepel
2021 Zenodo  
The article deals with sociocultural competence development as prerequisite of future civil servants' becoming in the process of learning a foreign language.  ...  The authors give their own notion to the concepts "sociocultural competence", "business speech etiquette".  ...  During our tutorials we pay special attention to listening skills development.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4884984 fatcat:jrasdabdize5hpq7lqojqhseiy

Competitiveness Education Strategies in Training Experts for Coal Mining Region

Olga Mityakina, Elena Monastyrskaya, Maria Silkova, S. Vöth, M. Cehlár, J. Janocko, M. Straka, D. Nuray, D. Szurgacz, M. Petrova, Y. Tan, A. Abay
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
The important methods of forming graduates' readiness to compete in coal mining industry activate the linguistic representation of different aspects of employment by means of pedagogic techniques within  ...  Methods and strategies of developing students' skills for further successful employment in coal-mining region are considered.  ...  HR managers are good psychologists and attentively watch for non-verbal human behavior. That is why special attention is paid to nonverbal communication.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202017404029 fatcat:v7inyn54r5fv5mvqrbnkxbmkl4

Nonverbal Behavior and the Communication Process

Charles R. Duke
1974 College composition and communication  
than Duke-16 attention paid to body cues supplied by arm, leg and foot movements.  ...  learns to interpret various nonverbal signals he receives from others.  ... 
doi:10.2307/356963 fatcat:32g6jwtkvreztdmvs72kb23ui4

Exploring the Relationship between Interactions and Learning Performance in Robot-Assisted Language Learning

Yutong Ao, Zhonggen Yu
2022 Education Research International  
Based on the findings, future research on robot-assisted language learning is suggested to pay attention to the effectiveness of an independent interaction.  ...  Educators teaching with a robot should make full use of verbal and nonverbal interactive behaviors to boost students' confidence, motivation, engagement, and learning gains.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to express their acknowledgement to their supervisor Professor Zhonggen Yu, who inspired them on the topic of the paper and helped them revise the organization and  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/1958317 doaj:237598766b104eab9b469e37c84a39ea fatcat:ahhemvfavffolj77nbln4dyyqi

LEARNING PROBLEMS DURING QUARANTINE MEASURES IN THE COURSE "SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY"

Alla Dyachenko
2022 Polonia University Scientific Journal  
This approach involves working out a high level of self-organization in students, and from the teacher – work to improve methodological skills in the new educational environment.  ...  The use of problem-based learning in higher education institutions during quarantine restrictions involves the creation and development of problem situations with their subsequent solution by students  ...  In distance communication, special attention should be paid to changes in the style of communication between teachers and students, students among themselves.  ... 
doi:10.23856/5107 fatcat:7pwoftylgne5rpykrkxnybru3m

Helping EFL Students Avoid Socio-pragmatic Failure: Focus on Nonverbal Intercultural Competence

Driss Benattabou
2020 TESOL and Technology Studies  
This paper ends up discussing the implications for the implementation of some strategies to foster foreign language students' nonverbal communication skills as an integral part of a broader concept of  ...  The two aspects of English language learning and teaching should in no way be looked at as being mutually exclusive. Rather, they are two intertwined facets of the same coin.  ...  Two groups of Thai students learning EFL have been instructed some aspects of nonverbal communication but in a different way.  ... 
doi:10.48185/tts.v1i1.45 fatcat:sefdqxs22nfqxj44mbwwozmyse

Pre-Service Special Educators' Understandings of Relational Competence

Jonas Aspelin, Daniel Östlund, Anders Jönsson
2021 Frontiers in Education  
Research demonstrates that the teacher-student relationship is essential for students with special educational needs.  ...  The findings reveal a change in the educators' perceptions as they shift from a focus on teaching strategies and the learning environment toward an awareness of teacher-student interaction, and from the  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS All authors listed have made a substantial, direct, and intellectual contribution to the work and approved it for publication.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2021.678793 fatcat:4rai4vninrbuxlazmxcswp3ch4

Social agents: The first generations

Dirk Heylen, Mariet Theune, Rieks op den Akker, Anton Nijholt
2009 2009 3rd International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction and Workshops  
Whereas spoken dialogue systems are focused on the task, virtual humans are also equipped with social skills involved in interaction. This can take various forms.  ...  Embodied Conversational Agents can be viewed as spoken dialogue systems with a graphical representation of a human body. But the embodiment is not the only difference.  ...  Acknowledgments This work has been supported in part by the European Community's Seventh Framework  ... 
doi:10.1109/acii.2009.5349476 dblp:conf/acii/HeylenTAN09 fatcat:iolrainmqre2jf43a24dt5ah74
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