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Service-Learning or Internship: A Mixed-Methods Evaluation of Experiential Learning Pedagogies

Miriam P. Leary, Lori A. Sherlock
2020 Education Research International  
Therefore, the present study systematically evaluated a service-learning experience against an internship experience using a mixed-methods model with the primary outcome being student self-efficacy.  ...  self-efficacy beyond that of a typical internship experience.  ...  . e intention was to systematically evaluate the service-learning group (experimental) against the internship group (control) using a mixed-methods model with the primary outcome being student self-efficacy  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/1683270 fatcat:4pa3byhahfe33hny4cbbkf5bwa

Agent-based modeling and simulation of community collective efficacy

Minghao Wang, Xiaolin Hu
2012 Computational and mathematical organization theory  
We model the individual level cognitive process for participating in community tasks and simulate the emergent spatial patterns of agents' collective efficacies in a community.  ...  The developed model is based on the self-efficacy theory and Theory of Planned Behavior.  ...  The impact of initial collective efficacy This set of experiments evaluates the impact of agents' initial collective efficacies a E .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10588-012-9107-0 fatcat:loeeqa6ucbdmngid7lnnyqg2me

Relevant Aspects for an EF3-Evaluation of E-Cognocracy

José María Moreno-Jiménez, Cristina Pérez-Espés, Pilar Rivera-Torres
2020 Mathematics  
work of Delone and MacLean, which can be used for the integral evaluation of any e-participation model.  ...  The model was applied to a real-life e-Cognocracy experience undertaken in the municipality of Cadrete, Zaragoza.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/math8020277 fatcat:ew4fp447xzhixc6qnk3zsp2lji

Anjali1, Manisha Sabharwal2 1Research Scholar, Department of Food and Nutrition, Lady Irwin College, Delhi University, New Delhi 110001, India. 2Department of Food and Nutrition, Lady Irwin College, Delhi University, New Delhi 110001, India. Corresponding author Email: anjalijuly7@gmail.com Article Publishing History Received: 23-03-2018 Accepted: 28-06-2018 Plagiarism Check: Yes Reviewed by: Dr. Vera Ferro Lebres (Portugal) Second Review by: Dr. Adibah Hanim Ismail (Malaysia) Final Approval by: Dr. Neha Sa ...

Anjali Anjali, Manisha Sabharwal
2018 Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science Journal  
Participants identified a number of obstacles to physical activity. Perceived barriers emerged from the analysis of the data addressed the different dimensions of the socio-ecological framework.  ...  This further can help the students to deal with those barriers and can help to instil the habit of regular physical activity in the later adult years.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors sincerely thank the study participants for their contribution to the research. The authors would specifically like to show the gratitude to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.12944/crnfsj.6.2.18 fatcat:ujh7lijbzzdddccxxch3wh2fbi

Predicting Network Behavior Model of E-Learning Partner Program in PLS-SEM

Hsing-Yu Hou, Yu-Lung Lo, Chin-Feng Lee
2020 Applied Sciences  
The evaluation of self-efficacy directly affects a person's motivation for the job.  ...  The aim of the e-learning partner program was to improve the motivation and interest of the children after learning at school.  ...  In the e-learning partner program experience, the scores of the experienced participants was higher (4.47) than those of the novices (4.21) in self-efficacy of teaching.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10134656 fatcat:ajewfclj3rd43oqec72a53knkq

Self-efficacy as an evaluation measure for programs in support of online learning literacies for undergraduates

K. Martin "Marty" Fletcher
2005 The Internet and higher education  
This study evaluated an intervention for building undergraduates' technological literacies for higher education in support of use of the learning management system and desktop applications.  ...  For treatment learners, mastery experience and physical/emotional response to task performance were stronger self-efficacy sources than were verbal persuasion and vicarious experience.  ...  Participants in the treatment group also were asked to report their perceptions concerning which of the four sources of self-efficacy (mastery experience, vicarious experience, verbal persuasion, and affective  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iheduc.2005.09.004 fatcat:xldf53fy6zbkbmqtsre3ts7tpm

Adolescents challenging discrimination: The benefits of a perspective‐taking and action‐planning intervention on self‐efficacy

Lukas Wallrich, Sally B Palmer, Adam Rutland
2021 Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology  
It led to greater self-efficacy, particularly among White participants. Please refer to the Supplementary Material section to find this article's Community and Social Impact Statement.  ...  This field experiment with adolescents (N = 639) tested a group discussion designed to increase perceived importance and self-efficacy around challenging general discrimination.  ...  Inclusiveness and non-discrimination are key values of the NCS, F I G U R E 1 Self-efficacy for speaking up against offensive language by condition T A B L E 3 Means and SDs by condition and participants  ... 
doi:10.1002/casp.2530 fatcat:x7j3mj6vpnfubcuf6cke4fngci

An Evaluation of the Field Experiences of the Innovative Model for the Preparation of Elementary Teachers for Science, Mathematics, and Technology

Janell D. Wilson
1996 Journal of Teacher Education  
e What degree of self-efficacy has the preservice teacher developed as a result of participating in the field experiences of the innovative program?  ...  to further enhance the development of self-efficacy. e If desired teaching behaviors are to be devel- oped through participation in field experi- ences, the behaviors should be grounded in theoretical  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487196047001009 fatcat:orgcvs6nlfberflikublqa3s4m

Enhancing e-learning effectiveness using an intelligent agent-supported personalized virtual learning environment: An empirical investigation

Dongming Xu, Wayne W. Huang, Huaiqing Wang, Jon Heales
2014 Information & Management  
The findings suggested that personalized e-learning facilities enhance online learning effectiveness in terms of examination, satisfaction, and self-efficacy criteria.  ...  An empirical field experiment involving 228 university students was conducted.  ...  For the measurement of Personalized E-learning Environment (Design Dimension) we asked participants to evaluate their perceptions to learning experiences (Learning Process, Content Management, Self-Evaluation  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.im.2014.02.009 fatcat:5xvvxk3dfnaxdppvevrfhk6fzm

Development of Korean Teaching Model for Surgical Procedures in Trauma -Essential Surgical Procedures in Trauma Course-

Hohyun Kim, Chan-Yong Park, Hyun-Min Cho, Kwang-Hee Yeo, Jae Hun Kim, Byungchul Yu, Seung-Je Go, Oh Sang Kwon
2019 Journal of Trauma and Injury  
Conclusions: The data of the ESPIT participants indicated that they felt that the ESPIT course improved their self-efficacy with regard to essential surgical procedures in trauma.  ...  Its goals are to improve knowledge, self-confidence, and technical competence. methods: The ESPIT course consisted of five lectures and a porcine lab operative experience.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors deeply appreciate the great help provided by Medtronic Innovation Center, Osong, Sejong, Korea.  ... 
doi:10.20408/jti.2018.051 fatcat:xhlmrh7ocvghtdrwirrdzldfiu

Alternatives in Education—Evaluation of Rat Simulators in Laboratory Animal Training Courses from Participants' Perspective

Melanie Humpenöder, Giuliano M. Corte, Marcel Pfützner, Mechthild Wiegard, Roswitha Merle, Katharina Hohlbaum, Nancy A. Erickson, Johanna Plendl, Christa Thöne-Reineke
2021 Animals  
Therefore, the simulators were evaluated by 332 course participants in 27 different LAS courses via a practical simulator training workshop and a paper-based two-part questionnaire—both integrated in the  ...  Since these simulators may have high potential in protecting laboratory rats, the aim of this study is to investigate the simulators' impact on the 3R (replace, reduce, refine) principle in LAS education  ...  The authors would like to thank all LAS course providers for their voluntary participation in the practical evaluation and all LAS course participants for their voluntary participation and critical evaluation  ... 
doi:10.3390/ani11123462 pmid:34944238 pmcid:PMC8698197 fatcat:oig6lgdw3fd65lz6mw4fgmaelu

Efficacy of ubrogepant based on prior exposure and response to triptans: A post hoc analysis

Andrew M Blumenfeld, Peter J Goadsby, David W Dodick, Susan Hutchinson, Chengcheng Liu, Michelle Finnegan, Joel M Trugman, Armin Szegedi
2021 Headache  
To determine the potential efficacy of ubrogepant for acute treatment of migraine based on historical experience with triptans.  ...  with/without aura, examined the efficacy and tolerability of ubrogepant 50 mg versus placebo based on participants' historical experience with triptans: triptan responder, triptan-insufficient responder  ...  the subgroup of participants with insufficient efficacy with triptans. 3 trials, ACHIEVE I and ACHIEVE II, for ubrogepant 50 mg versus placebo in adults with a history of migraine to evaluate the efficacy  ... 
doi:10.1111/head.14089 pmid:33749826 pmcid:PMC8252782 fatcat:hw33nnceh5c6dex4wwzreva65q

2011 APSA Teaching and Learning Conference Track Summaries

S. Suzan J. Harkness, Michael Kuchinsky, Christine Pappas
2011 PS: Political Science and Politics  
As participants did in 2007, we grappled with how best to assess outcomes and the overall impact of students' experiences.  ...  An Evaluation of the Impacts of Civic Engagement Courses on Post-College Practices").  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1049096511000916 fatcat:qv3p4m3mibbevime4weia35jvi

Study protocol for a pragmatic randomised controlled trial evaluating efficacy of a smoking cessation e-'Tabac Info Service': ee-TIS trial

L Cambon, P Bergman, Al Le Faou, I Vincent, B Le Maitre, A Pasquereau, P Arwidson, D Thomas, F Alla
2017 BMJ Open  
Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Jocelyn Courtois (CNAMTS), Eliane Albuisson, Marc Borie, Geoffroy Cagninacci (CHU de Nancy) and Viêt Nguyen-Thanh (Santé Publique France).  ...  This paper presents the study protocol of the evaluation of the application (e-intervention Tabac Info Service (e-TIS)). The primary objective is to assess the efficacy of e-TIS.  ...  . 21 OBJECTIVES The primary objective is to assess the efficacy of e-TIS.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-013604 pmid:28237958 pmcid:PMC5337660 fatcat:ugxlhoez2bambhrenxpyxvnjaa

Improving interns' patient- physician communication skills: Application of self-efficacy theory, a pilot study

Fazlollah Ghofranipour, Saeideh Ghaffarifar, Fazlollah Ahmadi, Hassan Hosseinzadeh, Amirhossein Akbarzadeh, Peter Walla
2018 Cogent Psychology  
Participants in the invention group received an e-book, two one-on-one training sessions and feedback on their shared experiences in group discussions by peers.  ...  The Kirkpatrick model was applied to evaluate the intervention. Participants' knowledge, self-efficacy and communication skills as well as their patients' satisfaction were assessed.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to express their gratitude to all medical interns, who participated in this study, for dedication of their invaluable time and experiences.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311908.2018.1524083 fatcat:42j623fbz5dvpj36nzbjrz6mry
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