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The Effect of a Student Pharmacist Directed Health-Education Program for Elementary-School Children

Kelly Lynn Matson, Katherine Kelly Orr, Caitlin Marino, Lisa Cohen
2019 INNOVATIONS in Pharmacy  
Objective: The primary objective of this study was to measure the effect of an annual student pharmacist led elementary-school health education program by assessing children's comprehension of educational  ...  Methods: Student pharmacists led interactive learning sessions for elementary school students on nutrition, physical activity, summer safety, hygiene, medication safety, and tobacco prevention.  ...  Limited use of cough and cold products in children has been recommended based on lack of efficacy and potential adverse effects. 19, 20 Providing education to ES students for their better understanding  ... 
doi:10.24926/iip.v10i4.1457 pmid:34007596 pmcid:PMC8051904 fatcat:yylhxl7eojdgpfn6bniun2rjpi

Knowledge, transfer, and innovation in physical literacy curricula

Catherine D. Ennis
2015 Journal of Sport and Health Science  
In this paper I argue that physical literacy includes not only knowledge for performance but also the ability to apply knowledge and use knowledge for innovation.  ...  Knowledge is at the heart of physical literacy and provides the foundation for knowing what to do and how and when to perform.  ...  a foundational knowledge base.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jshs.2015.03.001 pmid:26558137 pmcid:PMC4637172 fatcat:b2epo3jhfngbhlqqifdmliomze

An Exploration of Framework of Induction Training Program of Elementary School Educators in Punjab

Khadija Butt, Muhammad Shahid Farooq
2020 Pakistan Journal of Education  
This study was an exploration of framework of induction training program (ITP) for elementary school educators in Punjab.  ...  The purposively selected sample for this study was five experts of induction training program and documents related with induction training of teachers.  ...  (Knowledge of self, Knowledge of pupils, Knowledge of community, Knowledge of subject content, Knowledge of pedagogy, Knowledge of educational foundations, Knowledge of educational policies, Curriculum  ... 
doi:10.30971/pje.v36i3.981 fatcat:n5xoutqxznc4xjozipvte2z3di

A Novel Expert System for Building House Cost Estimation: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation

Yasser A.
2013 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
CLIPS 6.0 and C# are used in implementation phase. Also, this expert system is programmed to be in a standalone package with a platform independency.  ...  This paper introduces an expert system which demonstrates a new method for accurate estimation of building house cost.  ...  Expert Systems (ES), also called Knowledge Based System (KBS), are computer application programs that take the knowledge of one or more human experts in a field and computerize it so that it is readily  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2013.040808 fatcat:qzdupwbb7zhyfkkeypnlv4bhbm

ICT in Structured Programming Learning through Constructivist Techniques for Education

Ingrid García Torres, Angel Plaza Vargas, Harry Zurita Hurtado
2018 Journal of Science and Research  
in terms of programming, classifying teachers into levels of knowledge about using constructivist programming technologies for teaching.  ...  for Structured Programming specifically, using programming languages like C ++, Visual Basic 6, Visual Basic Net, hypertext protocol, Java, among others.  ...  Define in what percentage teachers involve the technologies in their classroom processes in terms of programming. • Classify teachers in levels of knowledge the use of programming technologies for teaching  ... 
doi:10.26910/issn.2528-8083vol3isscitt2017.2018pp69-71 fatcat:qh527wncnfeejmwk4of5tgarp4

Page 4 of The Information Management Journal Vol. 20, Issue 3 [page]

1986 The Information Management Journal  
Custodian/User Identification— The identification of knowledgeable individuals associated with the cre- ation, use, maintenance and disposi- tion of machine-readable data is es- sential.  ...  A Managerial Framework For Machine-Readable Data Management . . . agreement will provide a foundation for organizational consensus regard- ing the dimensions of desirable policy and procedures.  ... 

Learning diagnostic skills for adaptive teaching – a theoretical foundation

Sabine Reuker, Stefan Künzell, Ivy Tan
2021 Cogent Education  
Here, we introduce a model for learning these diagnostic skills. With this model, we derive guiding principles for designing a framework using video analysis in teacher education programs.  ...  They are regarded as important prerequisites for adaptive teaching. To teach these skills, several teacher education programs have been developed. However, a theoretical foundation is still missing.  ...  With our model, we derive guiding principles for designing a framework using video analysis in teacher education programs.  ... 
doi:10.1080/2331186x.2021.1887432 fatcat:f4tm4wt43rbdbgraqj25gaawu4

Page 1304 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 84, Issue 3 [page]

1997 Psychological Abstracts  
—Examined the discrete forms of knowledge required for successful use of interactive information systems (IIS).  ...  Ss then undertook a research based project and used both systems as information sources.  ... 

An Intelligent System Framework For Generating Activity List Of A Project Using Wbs Mind Map And Semantic Network

H. Iranmanesh, M. Madadi
2008 Zenodo  
Here we try to generate a WBS of a sample project involving with the building construction using the aid of mind map and the artificial intelligence (AI) programming language.  ...  the prolog programming language.  ...  An expert system (ES) is a computer program designed to solve procedural problems based on human expert's skills.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1056784 fatcat:gtgl5wtc6nczppmvwvbprr3nru

Constable,Robert . "Education for social work as a self-regulating profession " . ESE. Estudios sobre educación. 2002, Nº 2, PÁG.67-83

Robert Constable
2002 Estudios sobre Educación  
The paper was given on 5 April 2000 as an invitational paper at the university of Macerata in Italy upon the opening of their new program preparing for social work (assistence sociale) practice in Italy  ...  The paper discusses models of social work education which would prepare for free-standing, self-regulated practice (una libera professione) of social work, similar to professions of physicians, lawyers  ...  Gordon's Definition as the Basis for Knowledge and Professional Action in Social Work Professional knowledge and action and thus all social work education is based on this core definition.  ... 
doi:10.15581/004.2.67-83 doaj:4d06293869c140a3aa572341881b526b fatcat:jxu7rxlwsfae7crevmw2zjj56m

Preliminary Competencies for Comparative Effectiveness Research

Jodi B. Segal, Wishwa Kapoor, Timothy Carey, Pamela H. Mitchell, Michael D. Murray, Kenneth G. Saag, Glen Schumock, Daniel Jonas, Michael Steinman, Rosemarie Filart, Morris Weinberger, Harry Selker
2012 Clinical and Translational Science  
•Seeks and identifi es strong evidence for decision making based on evidence-based medicine and patient relevant outcomes research.  ...  •Identifi es and designs studies using a noninferiority design. •Identifi es approaches to optimize the design and use of observational studies for CER.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1752-8062.2012.00420.x pmid:23253670 pmcid:PMC3533240 fatcat:dtayitazm5audhj2244nbdxcpy


2007 Issues in Information Systems  
Based on its success, the program serves as a conceptual model for collaboratives between school districts and institutions of higher education that maximize resources and transcend distance for the delivery  ...  The report revealed that more than 350 teachers who participated in the professional development program, significantly increased their integration of technology and utilized research-based instructional  ...  ), and using technology for learning (p < .001, ES = +.63).  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2007_76-82 fatcat:nqsxjrlnfjdepjqzy2mbfbvb4i

Page 129 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 24, Issue 4 [page]

1992 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
WALDHOR, K. (1989): Creating Advanced User Interfaces Using a Knowledge Based Approach, Designing and Using Human- Computing Interfaces and Knowledge Based Systems, Proceedings of the Third International  ...  His research interests include knowledge-based systems and intelligent learning environments. He has recently been study- ing knowledge-based simulation.  ... 

Developing a Competency-Based Educational Structure within Clinical and Translational Science

Terri Collin Dilmore, Debra W. Moore, Zuleikha Bjork
2013 Clinical and Translational Science  
This paper describes a systematic process for developing a competency-based educational framework within a CTS graduate program at one institution. Clin Trans Sci 2013; Volume 6: 98-102  ...  of competence is essential for preparing physician-scientists for the profession and for defi ning the fi eld.  ...  Acknowledgments Th is publication was made possible by Grant Number 3 UL1 RR024153-04S2 from the NCRR, a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and NIH Roadmap for Medical Research.  ... 
doi:10.1111/cts.12030 pmid:23601338 pmcid:PMC3633146 fatcat:erp3v2yme5c47cdrqugsbeh7fa


M. Abdul Fattah Santoso, M. Thoyibi, Abdullah Aly
2019 Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews  
Applications: This research can be used for universities, teachers, and students.  ...  Result: The icons they formulated were the internalization of Islam, spiritualization of education, Islamization of knowledge, sharia curriculum, and salaf (ancestor) curriculum.  ...  By using many methods in gathering similar data, this research used triangulation method for testing the validity and credibility of the data.  ... 
doi:10.18510/hssr.2019.74143 fatcat:4jpsgcvkorajnfwfdubsevauum
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