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Editor: Professor G Dromey a= IT and the Competency Debate-Skill vs Knowledge A Major Issue AW Goldsworthy Executive Director and CEO, Australian Computer Society The development of national competency-based ... INTRODUCTION The competency debate has become an emerging issue in recent times and is destined to become a major one in the near future. ...
Considering the popularity of debate in Korean, particularly in educational domains, it seems only natural to see how Korean language/culture compares with and has modified a Western-oriented activity. ... From the ethnographic approach to communication, speaking is inseparable from the context in which it takes place. ... Interest in improving debating skills motivated many researchers to investigate debating competence and to explore methodological issues (Chung 2008; Kim S. 2007; Park 2004) . ...doi:10.22425/jul.2009.10.2.35 fatcat:xieacmbdvzewna5he2qv5ddlzu
Besides, results show that several issues of debate can be identified when it comes to establishing the boundaries of digital competence. ... Results indicate that digital competence is built up of knowledge, skills, and attitudes pertaining to twelve different areas. ... We are grateful to the varied and very rich input we received throughout the study and feel much indebted to all 95 experts taking part in it. ...doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2013.06.008 fatcat:isx5v23njjeshd6elohsjkuelq
The paper shall clarify certain concepts: sustainability in higher education; formal vs. informal vs. non-formal education; degree vs competencies. and reach certain conclusions regarding graduates adaptability ... The aim of the paper is to perform an analysis of the current state of Romanian higher education taking into account the changes, challenges and opportunities for a sustainable higher education system, ... knowledge, competencies and skills in view of further use in society and profession." ...doi:10.2478/cplbu-2014-0062 fatcat:hqzn2pwmzjdcfmwuud35dctpae
While the Training Model enables the application of OCXC at institutions with small or nonexistent speech departments, it provides such limited knowledge that non-speech faculty are neither competent to ... Many non-speech faculty lack adequate training in oral communication instruction, thus creating a major obstacle to developing programs of oral communication across the curriculum (OCXC). ... For example, faculty who know little about debate may find it not competent to design oral communication act! ...doi:10.1080/03634529309378908 fatcat:dj363uxyqvdjthyxkw3zbbh6by
A series of workshops using debates effectively delivered course content on ethical issues and resulted in pharmacy students developing skills such as teamwork, peer assessment, communication, and critical ... To create, implement, and evaluate debate as a method of teaching pharmacy undergraduate students about ethical issues. Design. ... Maurice Hall for his assistance with the formatting and design of the debate information booklet and topic suggestions. ...doi:10.5688/ajpe78357 pmid:24761018 pmcid:PMC3996389 fatcat:zsgfosk3zzaivi7vflyx7bm6hi
the knowledge or skills domains, and that academic disciplines did have a context effect on students' entrepreneurial competencies and intention. ... While business schools aim to train students to develop specialized professional competencies, knowledge, and skills related to management and corporate functions according to their major programs, entrepreneurship ... AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS All authors have contributed equally to the conception and design of the study, organized the database, performed the statistical analysis, wrote the first draft of the manuscript. ...doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.02048 pmid:31572260 pmcid:PMC6753869 fatcat:nfslopy4qzdx5ebtqogj44bqiq
This write up will critically discuss some of the issues related to this debate. ... Since it is deemed necessary to have an open and inclusive perspective for the profession to practice efficiently and effectively in a very competitive contemporary era; where many other disciplines are ... Again, the answer could not be single and debate can be on various issues: Educational qualification vs. skills and expectancies Contribution vs. claim model vs. reality orientation Need of an ...doi:10.29120/ijpsw.2020.v11.i1.218 fatcat:hr4rcqrihzfqbbvhckn2dms5ju
The course attracts students from a variety of majors and grade levels. ... Teaching engineering students about energy within a societal context, simultaneous with developing technical knowledge and skills, will better prepare them to solve real-world problems. ... Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the students in Introduction to Energy Systems class who completed the pre/post questionnaire and provided thoughtful feedback on the miscellaneous course ...doi:10.3390/su13179693 fatcat:cuf7gbi7evawvpspdxbdgapgti
Discussion: Training in communication skills for consultation with ethnic minority patients cannot be separated from teaching issues of awareness and knowledge. ... Teach the three core communication skills, listening, exploring and checking, and offer practice with a professional interpreter. ... The authors thank Marianne van Elteren (VU University Medical Center) and Maaike Kok (University Medical Center Utrecht) for their ...doi:10.3109/0142159x.2011.600646 pmid:21942481 fatcat:dsgqglzvxbadfbhsq5rocrh6zy
Development of Consultancy Competencies Knowledge creation and sharing are a basis for the development of the skills required of consultants. ... The major elements in this group of skills are the ability to build trust, effective communication, and negotiation (Wickham and Wilcock, 2016) . ...doi:10.2478/mcj-2019-0008 fatcat:hmljl3bb5zgohk3ijwb2u2qjhm
It then sum- marizes a recent study on the topic and discusses its findings in light of the general issues identified in the literature review. 18933. ... skills, in general, and con- ceptual knowledge, in particular. ...
Rather than discussing the translation programmes offered to students, the study presented here concentrates on preconceptions as to who a translator is, what skills, knowledge and competences are crucial ... This article sets out to explore the issue of intercultural competence in translator training from the perspective of the views and beliefs of English language majors in Poland. ... The question regarding the nature of intercultural competence translators should have, how to include it in teaching and how to assess it, are all issues which are still under debate. ...doi:10.18778/2544-9796.01.10 fatcat:ud4jbbqocbabln36qef3vpehte
Using the conventional earnings regressions methods (Mincer equation) on data from a survey of graduates, we investigate the way in which the labour market reacts and rewards competences. ... Our empirical findings also suggest that the labour market rewards less specialised competences, and unlikely methodological and social competences are deemed more necessary compared to cognitive skills ... skills (theoretical knowledge). ...doi:10.18543/tjhe-5(1)-2017pp75-100 fatcat:oiftcjzzcjgkjmbkkm2motlscu
The present study aims at defining the importance of the managerial competencies, taking particular interest in knowledge, in students' prospective professional career and the level in which these competencies ... The empirical material was collected on the basis of a diagnostic survey carried out from 2009 to 2010 in Lublin, Poland and Huddersfield, Great Britain. ... A special term pertaining to the issue of competencies is the competence gap. It may be perceived as a certain lack or deficiency of skills. ...doaj:3b36f41b2b4a417fa2c9a4325023461e fatcat:c2gbawhsnrehdctykyqsxvbdgi
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