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Discourse About Ideas: Monitoring and Regulation in Face-to-Face and Computer-Mediated Environments*

Andrew Cohen, Marlene Scardamalia
1998 Interactive Learning Environments  
The classroom was a productive environment in which to study the special affordances of oral and written discourse and technology in framing cultures of understanding.  ...  One is a face-to-face condition, in which the group members work together at a computer workstation and carry on their planning, interpretation, and so on orally.  ... 
doi:10.1076/ilee.6.1.93.3610 fatcat:jxm7qenmsbclldk7i5o3cy4wh4

Attitudinal changes in face-to-face and online statistical reasoning learning environments

Daniel A. Showalter
2021 Journal of Pedagogical Research  
Both online and face-to-face sections showed average gains in Interest and Value that were higher than those reported in a large reference group, and these gains were practically significant.  ...  The product of several decades of statistics education reform, a statistical reasoning learning environment (SRLE) has shown some positive early results in cognitive domains and may impact attitudes as  ...  a dataset or even choose their own dataset and then follow an investigative path to answer a set of questions.  ... 
doi:10.33902/jpr.2021269257 fatcat:3j3jcgevprdqxk6pmuqzmhhhtu

Temporal Generalizability of Face-Based Affect Detection in Noisy Classroom Environments [chapter]

Nigel Bosch, Sidney D'Mello, Ryan Baker, Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Valerie Shute
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work demonstrates the feasibility of generalizing face-based affect detectors across time in an ecologically valid computer-enabled classroom environment.  ...  Videos of students playing an educational physics game were collected in a noisy computer-enabled classroom environment where students conversed with each other, moved around, and gestured.  ...  Any opinions, findings and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of NSF.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-19773-9_5 fatcat:hgc66wbnjbc57bzfjfil2turuu

Investigation of Face-to-Face Class Attendance, Virtual Learning Engagement and Academic Performance in a Blended Learning Environment

Na Li, the Xi'an Jiaotong Liverpool University, Suzhou, Jiangsu, China, Jie Wang, Xiaojun Zhang, Roland Sherwood
2021 International Journal of Information and Education Technology  
This research has verified the positive correlations between face-to-face class attendance and academic performance, virtual learning engagement and academic performance in a blended learning environment  ...  at a Chinese transnational university, which are consistent with existing research.  ...  Trevor Mahy for the proofread and peer review to this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijiet.2021.11.3.1498 fatcat:kx3byeqfqfay7ovdkfopdxb64u

Patterns of Physics Reasoning in Face-to-Face and Online Forum Collaboration Around a Digital Game

Grant Van Eaton, Douglas B. Clark, Blaine E. Smith
2015 International Journal of Education in Mathematics Science and Technology  
This study explores the patterns of physics reasoning that emerge in face-toface and online forum collaboration while students play a physics-focused educational game in their classroom.  ...  The findings and discussion extend our understanding of the structuring and contributions of peer interactions to student learning in digital learning environments in the classroom.  ...  Wilson, and Joy L. Sebikindu for help in coding and processing the data.  ... 
doi:10.18404/ijemst.10740 fatcat:nx4t75ka5fh4viit7erp272ocu

DO ONLINE AND FACE-TO-FACE STUDENTS EXHIBIT THE SAME INFORMATION ANALYSIS SKILLS?

2015 Issues in Information Systems  
There were no significant differences in skills amongst online and face-to-face students.  ...  This paper chronicles the findings of a five-year project that investigated the differences in student learning based on mode of delivery (online and face-to-face).  ...  Ricci [15] emphasizes critical thinking at the physical level in the classroom because of the environment or the make-up of the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2015_74-80 fatcat:c6cybpzblbcilpuvyo5nxydc44

World War II Holds the Key to Understanding Global Warming and the Challenges Facing Science and Society

J. Marvin Herndon
2019 Journal of Geography Environment and Earth Science International  
The disquieting parallel of scientific behaviour during World War II and at present is key to understanding the challenges humanity faces today concerning science and society.  ...  At about the same time that Russian President declared that "We are really witnessing global warming, the reasons, however, remain obscure....  ...  Each proxy dataset was normalized to its value at the date 1986 and each relative-value curve was then anchored at 1986 to Gottschalk's boldface, weighted average, relative global warming curve.  ... 
doi:10.9734/jgeesi/2019/v23i430181 fatcat:d5ojktt5breyhaq4knmghhohke

GREENING FACE: How Facial Expression is Made Sensible, from Pre-Christian Architectural Spaces to Post-Digital Smart Environments

Devon Schiller, Danube University Krems, Austria
2018 Przegląd Kulturoznawczy  
Through a post-digital perspective, the author explores a history of ideas about the face in relation to its environment across the artistic, scientifi c and technologic imaginaries, both constants from  ...  After the many algorithmic, computational, and digital turns over the last fi ve decades, the ways in which we experience and understand the face as something in and of the environment appear to be fundamentally  ...  to explore the role of color for face perception.  ... 
doi:10.4467/20843860pk.18.026.10364 fatcat:sgiqktkufzau3jb4fvt6jcd4am

Massive Open Online Course Study Group: Interaction Patterns in Face-to-Face and Online (Facebook) Discussions

Pin-Ju Chen, Yang-Hsueh Chen
2022 Frontiers in Psychology  
We recommend future studies continue to explore the tenability of the blended mode MOOC study group in different contexts, subject areas, and age groups, as well as examining group dynamics and interactions  ...  Multiple data, including voice recordings, one-on-one interviews, video recordings, and artifacts were collected and analyzed to detect patterns of interaction in both face-to-face and online/Facebook  ...  A commonly known example of this bMOOC approach is "flipped classroom, " where students watch videos and other content at home and practice working through them at school.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.670533 pmid:35308074 pmcid:PMC8924062 doaj:e4fcd4f2ab364501bc1d7d0cb9722cc1 fatcat:na73lnovvzhm5hfmcmjnlbhsqu

Crowdsourcing neuroscience: inter-brain coupling during face-to-face interactions outside the laboratory

Suzanne Dikker, Georgios Michalareas, Matthias Oostrik, Amalia Serafimaki, Hasibe Melda Kahraman, Marijn E. Struiksma, David Poeppel
2020 NeuroImage  
to real-life face-to-face interactions.  ...  festival visitors who volunteered to engage in a 10-minute face-to-face interaction.  ...  dedicated group of facilitators (see Acknowledgments), and there was minimal environmental distraction (at some of the other sites, the installation was placed in a crowded space with a lot of environmental  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117436 pmid:33039619 fatcat:n7dps3aagfbspmv3ou27o5kwg4

Students transition from face to face learning to online learning at higher education: A case study in Trinidad and Tobago
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Julien Gabriel, Dookwah Rhonda
2020 Educational Research and Reviews  
This action research highlights the experiences of undergraduate students as they transit from face to face learning to online learning at a higher education institution in Trinidad and Tobago.  ...  Data were analyzed with the use of three major thematic headings: Online learning (ONL) is a possible instructional option, Face to Face learning (F2F) is essential for Mathematics and Face to Face learning  ...  INTRODUCTION The transition from face to face learning (F2F) to online learning (ONL) at higher education could be considered a relatively new phenomenon in Trinidad and Tobago.  ... 
doi:10.5897/err2020.4005 fatcat:vbrhu5oaxrbbjlmepbx6t5csyi

Online and face-to-face peer review in academic writing: Frequency and preferences

Rashad AHMED, Abdu AL-KADİ
2021 Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics  
With the current advancement of technology and its potential for better teaching and learning outcomes, this paper compares the use of peer review in face-to-face settings and online platforms.  ...  Analyzing the extent to which native English speakers, non-native speakers, and instructors find virtual and face-to-face types of review worthwhile makes the study a valuable factor for instructors who  ...  By taking this result into practice, writing instructors, teacher educators, practitioners, and students may invest in classroom-based peer editing and, at the same time, are encouraged to opt for online  ... 
doi:10.32601/ejal.911245 fatcat:tehrq7clxbcfbore53bm75iyu4

ESP Students' Preferences in Learning English: Face to Face Corrective Feedback vs Online Corrective Feedback

Nurizzi Rifqi Ferdian
2020 JETAL: Journal of English Teaching & Applied Linguistic  
The current study aims to explore the students' preferences on face to face corrective feedback vs online corrective feedback in ESP class.  ...  Totally, 50 students who were taking ESP courses at State Polytechnic of Subang participated in this study.  ...  The students were those who took ESP course at that semester from two classes in Informatics Management department at State Polytechnic of Subang.Moreover, to have a rich dataset, 10 students who were  ... 
doi:10.36655/jetal.v2i1.199 fatcat:t4ipheymznhrrazb5ze3owcqw4

Innovative Shift in Smart Learning Environment

Hadya S. Hawedi, Abdulghader Abu Reemah A. Abdullah
2020 Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science  
Potential of smart learning environment is discussed and relevance of its flexibility in the learning environment and adaptable features for training workers in an organizational setting.  ...  This review extensively highlights the position of smart learning system in improving conventional learning and organizational practices that are limited in scope and their functioning environment.  ...  Installing a keyboard hook could help in trapping browser hot-keys that opens new browser windows and launches Internet Explorer in kiosk mode with buttons visible or available at the online learning login  ... 
doi:10.9734/ajrcos/2020/v6i330162 fatcat:duwrxfaxyfaj7n5zvxc2vxlcxm

English Web-Based Teaching Supervision Based on Intelligent Face Image Perception and Processing for IoT

Juan Ma, Jiangyi Li
2021 Complexity  
In this paper, the Internet of Things (IoT) with intelligent face perception and processing function is used to supervise online English teaching.  ...  The system works well in the testing process, which verifies the feasibility, rationality, and effectiveness of our application of face perception to online teaching effectiveness monitoring, and can be  ...  Introduction e main purpose of the research and application of face perception in online teaching effectiveness supervision is to explore new theories and methods for the research and application of face  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/6368880 doaj:7ed2ce1adec04932a41b05339e8ac806 fatcat:msfwsincxvcx3cl2r3mopfgwsm
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