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SmartHeart CABG Edu

Gabriele DI GIAMMARCO, Tania DI MASCIO, Michele DI MAURO, Antonietta TARQUINIO, Pierpaolo VITTORINI
2015 Advances in Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence Journal  
In particular, the app was developed to provide educational material for patients about to undergo Coronary Artery Bypass Graft (CABG) surgery, a set of self-assessment tools concerning health status (  ...  Pre-operative education; user experience; anxiety The paper reports on the SmartHeart CABG Edu Android app.  ...  Acknowledgment We would thank the personnel working in the Coronary Unit of the Pescara Hospital, in the Neurosurgery of Chieti Hospital and in the Cardiology Unit of the Avezzano Hospital for their cooperation  ... 
doi:10.14201/adcaij2015412233 fatcat:xzmqux52ovehhhhnnw2n2sc7dy

Student Emotions with an Edu-game: A Detailed Analysis

Mirela Gutica, Cristina Conati
2013 2013 Humaine Association Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction  
We present the results of a study that explored the emotions experienced by students during interaction with an educational game for math (Heroes of Math Island).  ...  Starting from emotion frameworks in affective computing and education, we considered a larger set of emotions than in related research.  ...  Pride and shame are also part of the OCC model [14] and were explored in studies with the PrimeClimb edu-game [1, 4] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/acii.2013.94 dblp:conf/acii/GuticaC13 fatcat:sullustztzdwdlykx3j6r64nda

Degeneracy in Student Modeling with Dynamic Bayesian Networks in Intelligent Edu-Games

Alireza Davoodi, Cristina Conati
2013 Educational Data Mining  
An approach which bounds the parameters of the model has been applied to avoid the issue of degeneracy in the student model to a high extent without significantly diminishing the predictive accuracy of  ...  We discuss that maximizing the common measure of predictive accuracy (i.e. end accuracy) of the student model may not necessarily ensure trusted assessment of learning in the student and that, it could  ...  INTRODUCTION Assisting individuals to acquire desired knowledge and skills while engaging in a game, distinguishes digital educational games (henceforth edu-games) from traditional video games [1, 2]  ... 
dblp:conf/edm/DavoodiC13 fatcat:ouydbxwdand4vcvdb2kyped47i

Creating a Semantic Academic Lecture Video Search Engine via Enrichment Textual and Temporal Features of Subtitled YouTube EDU Media Fragments

Babak Farhadi
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
We've created the SY-E-MFSE (Subtitled YouTube EDU Media Fragment Search Engine) as a framework to cruising on the subtitled YouTube EDU videos resident in the Linked Open Data (LOD) cloud.  ...  Keywords Subtitled YouTube EDU video, textual metadata, semantic web, video annotation, web-based natural language processor.  ...  Therefore, with minimum distribution of hundreds of thousands YouTube EDU videos in a moment and easily convert them to subtitled YouTube EDU videos by owners, we could have efficient semantic indexing  ... 
doi:10.5120/16853-6719 fatcat:qqaby63psfggrk7za3wucagwwu

On the relationship between critical thinking skills, biology learning outcomes, and their visual learning style

Witri Noor Ayu Andini, Purwati Kuswarini Suprapto, Vita Meylani
2022 Mangifera Edu  
The result of the study indicated there is critical thinking ability had a limited association with learning outcomes in students who chose a visual learning approach.  ...  The correlation coefficient (R) of 0.365 and coefficient of determination (R2) of 0.133 attested to this.  ...  Model Summary Model R R Square Adjusted R square Std Error of the Estimate F change df 1 df 2 1 0.365 a 0.133 0.110 6.05227 5.833 1 38 0.021 a. Predictors: (Constant), Critical Thinking b.  ... 
doi:10.31943/mangiferaedu.v7i1.137 fatcat:57ekjw5nsbeihajt4522wpayhy

Ethics instruction at California dental schools

Lola K. Giusti, Bruce Peltier, Lynn G. Beck Brallier, Tobias E. Rodriguez
2017 Stomatology Edu Journal  
Conclusions: Effective ethics instruction is an essential component of modern dental education, and results show that each of the four schools uses a variety of methods to accomplish the task.  ...  Purpose/ Objectives: This essay is a report of qualitative research conducted in 2015 to determine the methods that California dental schools use to educate undergraduate dental students in professional  ...  Acknowledgments The authors report no conflict of interest and there was no external source of funding for the present study.  ... 
doi:10.25241/stomaeduj.2017.4(2).art.6 fatcat:ugbfutgrbjfnpotycaakf3fqfe

EFL TEACHERS� REASONS, PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS OF USING GOOGLE CLASSROOM IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENGLISH DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN BENGKULU

Desi Suryani, Wisma Yunita, Alamsyah Harahap
2021 Edu-Ling Journal of English Education and Linguistics  
They also made a lesson video or gave a link of an explanational material video and invited the students to give them feedback on the lesson.  ...  This research employed a qualitative method. Five EFL teachers were selected as the participant of study.  ...  Resting upon this model, there were four foundational elements of analysis which work in tandem which complete each other in the process of analysis.  ... 
doi:10.32663/edu-ling.v4i2.1982 fatcat:wgal7xs3ezd6nciwxuq52fofi4

University education of the educational professionals: from the "edu-myths" to the social impact

Atalia FLETCHA, Professor DHC, School of Sociology, University of Barcelona, ramon.flecha@ub.edu, Nerea GUTIERREZ, Laura RUIZ-EUGENIO, University of Barcelona, Ramon e Cajal Felow, Department de Teoria i Historia de L`Educacio, University of Barcelona lauraruizeugenio@ub.edu
2019 Journal of Educational Sciences  
This has a lot to do with the feudal model of Spanish universities in which the people who could be promoted in the academy were those who submitted to the Professor.  ...  This is how she summarizes it: "The experiences that I have had during my educational background had left a mark on me by a clear distinction of roles depending on the position, academic experience and  ... 
doi:10.35923/jes.2019.1.02 fatcat:ehw52z7tczahna2idgrwt2feum

Spanish Archaeological Museums during COVID-19 (2020): An Edu-Communicative Analysis of their Activity on Twitter through the Sustainable Development Goals

Pilar Rivero, Iñaki Navarro-Neri, Silvia García-Ceballos, Borja Aso
2020 Sustainability  
a mixed methodology.  ...  The present study centers on analyzing how the main Spanish archaeological museums and sites (N = 254) have used Twitter as an edu-communicative tool and analyzes the content of their hashtags through  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12198224 fatcat:x3qtwdfuejejxmolbghbvjsryi

Developing edu-tourism in an urban indigenous community: the case of Aldeia Bananal (Brasília - DF - Brazil)

Otávio Augusto Diniz Vieira
2018 International Journal of Tourism Anthropology  
For the students the project created a unique contact with the indigenous group which led to a higher knowledge and valorization of their culture; it also showed a practical example of indigenous tourism  ...  Some conclusions of this study were: the community was at all times very positive towards the research; they received a fair amount of money and were satisfied with it; they spread their culture in a tense  ...  At the end of the interview she gives me a CD for me to record the videos and photos for her.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijta.2018.092061 fatcat:c3ermnxijvavxofa4npkzfbaaa

IDENTIFYING BARRIERS FOR WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

Maria KORDAKI, Associate Professor, Dept of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean, Ioannis BERDOUSIS, Dept of Cultural Technology and Communication, University of the Aegean
2020 Pro Edu International Journal of Educational Sciences  
All these barriers form a model that seemed to shape females' perceptions, attitudes, interest, confidence and career decisions regarding CS education and career choices.  ...  The analysis of the data identifies as essential barriers: school, family, computer games, role models, peers and work culture, stereotypes and communication of stereotypes.  ...  IDENTIFYING BARRIERS FOR FEMALE PARTICIPATION IN CS: A MODEL Based on all the above a model identifying essential barriers for female participation in CS is presented in Figure 1 and is briefly summarized  ... 
doi:10.26520/peijes.2020.2.2.5-20 fatcat:ax6x5obg5nd35eovvl7yjpxo6q

Part II: Measuring Media-related Educational Competencies

Jennifer Tiede
2020 MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Medienbildung  
Measuring the media-related educational competencies of preservice teachers is important for the context of this dissertation because it functions as a link between the dimensions of modeling and advancing  ...  The following part of this dissertation will give an overview of this context, apply the findings to the models analyzed in Part I and then introduce and discuss an example of a measurement with Paper  ...  related studies will be summarized.  ... 
doi:10.21240/mpaed/diss.jt/2020.07.02.x fatcat:wxrvae3tm5hihjg2ftmibsrpfy

Part III: Advancing Media-related Educational Competencies

Jennifer Tiede
2020 MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Medienbildung  
a model integration.  ...  teachers: the objectives both of competency models and of competency measurements ultimately include impacting the respective practices in teacher education and offering a grounded basis and stimuli for  ...  ), the overall results are summarized in Figure 7 by means of a multi-level model.  ... 
doi:10.21240/mpaed/diss.jt/2020.07.03.x fatcat:repv7ln7zbhb3fwws4mgqojhgy

Part I: Modeling Media-related Educational Competencies

Jennifer Tiede
2020 MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Medienbildung  
First, the state of research in both countries will be summarized in the following chapter by a selection of central, related models and frameworks from an international context and from the USA and Germany  ...  Although the main focus of this dissertation is on a comparison of Germany and the USA, it is yet valuable to include international models in the following considerations as well.  ...  Second, the chronology suggests possible references between the models: M³K could build on TPACK while DigComp-Edu could rely on both models as a source.  ... 
doi:10.21240/mpaed/diss.jt/2020.07.01.x fatcat:eoshnrzjmjax5ceew2vokxf3su

Storytelling-EDU: Educational-Digital-Unlimited?

Theo Hug
Seminar.net-International journal of media, technology and lifelong learning   unpublished
On the other hand, we can observe a persistent adherence of educational institutions to "writing" as the dominant medium in many countries, thus negating media ecologies and the multimedia environment.  ...  It is undisputed that storytelling is one of the oldest practices of humankind and has been ever-present in social life.  ...  He summarizes his understanding as follows: Just about all digital stories bring together some mixture of digital graphics, text, recorded audio narration, video and music to present information on a specific  ... 
fatcat:x77ccqkcc5cyfnlc2vuadvo55m
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