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Discussion in graduate online bioethics programs

John R. Stone, Helen Stanton Chapple, Amy Haddad, Sarah Lux, Christy A. Rentmeester
2016 International Journal of Ethics Education  
We reason that online graduate discussion provisionally should aim for a Bcommunity of inquiry^framework that incorporates cognitive, social, and teaching Bpresences,^as well as a learning presence.  ...  approaches could be rather particular to our program, and specific bioethics content in principle could alter best practices.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors acknowledge the support of the Center for Health Policy and Ethics of Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska, USA.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40889-016-0022-y fatcat:45eroxrnjneuleg7dk5pib5xv4

The Research and Design of Intelligent Tutoring System in Intelligent Turtoring System Based on Campus Grid

Yao Wen Xia, Ji Li Xie, Sai Dong Lv, Guo Hua Tang
2013 Applied Mechanics and Materials  
Finally, intelligent network teaching system and the grid binding laid certain foundation.  ...  This paper discuss the educational grid minimum implementation unit - - teaching system of campus grid and put forward the network teaching system model based on the grid technology.  ...  and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/amm.347-350.3677 fatcat:47x6ccqnrnc5xf6e5xclx2fizq

Using Inquiry-Based Strategies for Enhancing Students' STEM Education Learning

Ching-San Lai
2018 Journal of Education in Science Environment and Health  
In addition, qualitative data including students' learning feedback and instructors' teaching feedback were collected and analyzed.  ...  learning; and (3) instructors' teaching feedback showed that they preferred inquiry-based instruction as a teaching method.  ...  For this reason, colleges and universities must innovate or reform teaching contents and methods in order to enhance students' competitiveness in job markets.  ... 
doaj:8670c5ad94b14fd6a7c0708fa5311d78 fatcat:r77bp4vxdnfrnngveankb27zeu

TEN TRANSFORM EMERGENCY NOW! - FACING COVID 19 WITH OPEN AND FRUGAL INNOVATION

Clio Dosi, Nicolò Cocchi, Matteo Vignoli
2021 Proceedings of the Design Society  
In TEN, Frugal Innovation (FI) principles were injected in a 10 days hackathon to favor the use of locally available resources and raw materials and exclude non-essential features.  ...  AbstractAgainst a pandemic, speed is crucial, and open innovation (OI) helps to empower the human capital distributed around the world to tackle the disease and to launch rapid testing of possible solutions  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to express our gratitude to all the collaborative networks involved in both the programs.  ... 
doi:10.1017/pds.2021.558 fatcat:beqdcfosqjdohpxgsuphjpbycy

Revolutionizing Learning Environments with Guerrilla Pedagogy in Large Classes

Viola Manokore, Doug McRae
2021 Journal of Practical Nurse Education and Practice  
For this study, two practical nursing instructors who teach the same courses (i.e., anatomy and physiology, and pathophysiology) to different sections collaborated as guerrilla instructors.  ...  The surprise and instructor collaboration brought by guerrilla pedagogy enhanced students' engagement in large classes.  ...  The student indicated that when they were enrolling for class, they had chosen a specific teacher for a reason and did not enjoy having another teacher come to their class.  ... 
doi:10.29173/jpnep7 fatcat:33cjckelkfcsfabxvhk4vkt7va

A rapid prototyping approach for intensive field courses to build scientific and professional skills [article]

Adrienne B. Nicotra, Sonya R. Geange, Nur H. A. Bahar, Hannah Carle, Alexandra Catling, Andres Garcia, Rosalie J. Harris, Megan L. Head, Marvin Jin, Michael R. Whitehead, Hannah Zurcher, Elizabeth A. Beckmann
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
We detail how FSFE students are guided first to develop their own research questions (Field Problems), and then through a structured reflective approach of rapid prototyping and iterative refinement of  ...  AbstractThis paper reports on the design and evaluation of Field Studies in Functional Ecology (FSFE), a two-week intensive residential field course that engages students to master core content in functional  ...  Our thanks also to Panit Thamsongsana and the RSB Biology Teaching and Learning Centre for ongoing support and encouragement and for providing the anonymised student data that we used for the statistical  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.12.06.471369 fatcat:p2wnv2uprbgrlicpbldmwbemxe

Innovation in the time of SARS-CoV-2: A collaborative journey between NHS clinicians, engineers, academics and industry

Ahmed Riaz Din, Kaspar Althoefer, Ildar Farkhatdinov, Joshua Brown, Claire Morgan, Shakeel Shahdad
2021 The Surgeon  
The described innovative journey spans collaboration between clinicians and academic colleagues for design to the implementation with industry partners of a face-visor for use in a healthcare setting.  ...  It identifies the enablers and barriers to development along with the strategies employed to produce a certified reusable, adjustable, high volume and locally produced face-visor.  ...  Engineering feedback 2. Clinical feedback from frontline staff, and 3. BSI standards and policy implementations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.surge.2020.12.008 pmid:33558141 pmcid:PMC7825849 fatcat:l5rlnnmjmnevtejxszkuv7fj5q

Instructor Impact on Differences in Teaching Presence Scores in Online Courses

Holly Fiock, Yukiko Maeda, Jennifer C. Richardson
2021 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
Specifically, teaching presence contains three sub-elements—(a) facilitation of discourse, (b) direct instruction, and (c) instructional design and organization—that work together to create a collaborative-constructivist  ...  Specifically, significant differences were found in each sub-element of teaching presence except for one course's instructional design and organization.  ...  This research did not receive any specific grant from funding agencies in the public, commercial, or notfor-profit sectors.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v22i3.5456 fatcat:nxybibltynbh5g5kp7ridaenmm

Infection prevention and control core practices

2018 Nursing  
In 2017, the CDC released a set of Core Practices focusing on infection prevention and control relevant for care delivered in all settings.  ...  These eight Core Practices address foundational elements of practice and should be embedded into every aspect of nursing care and part of every nurse's professional development plan.  ...  Checklists, observations, collaborative rounds and timely feedback to all that are part of the care team are examples of activities critical to improvement strategies.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.nurse.0000544318.36012.b2 pmid:30045236 pmcid:PMC6290992 fatcat:sg3ftciemvglthadkvw4ynoen4

The Effect of Blackboard Collaborate-Based Instruction on Pre-service Teachers' Achievement in the EFL Teaching Methods Course at Faculties of Education for Girls

Hussein El-ghamry Mohammad Hussein
2016 English Language Teaching  
While studying their teaching methods course, the experimental group received instruction via Blackboard Collaborate, whereas the control group received traditional instruction.  ...  The two groups were pre-post tested using a teaching methods test prepared by the researcher. Two hypotheses were formulated and tested.  ...  In addition, they injected new vitality in the participants who showed more interest in the teaching methods course.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v9n3p49 fatcat:o5q4s6axwndwpg72jskkvzii54

Application of Lightweight Deep Learning Model in Vocal Music Education in Higher Institutions

Zhen Zhu, Zhongqiu Xu, Jing Liu, Vijay Kumar
2022 Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience  
and active feedback.  ...  Firstly, this article makes an in-depth study on Big Data Analytics (BDA) and Digital Twins (DTs) technology and constructs a DTs platform connecting real teaching space and virtual teaching space.  ...  feedback information, and has no positive feedback to users' questions. e test results of the proposed VME system are shown in Figure 13(b ). e time of information submission and feedback in the VME  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/6757341 pmid:35378810 pmcid:PMC8976604 fatcat:psmfz2h2qjfd7n7vv5zh4dv7su

Virtual Spinal Tap: using haptic data to learn procedures with feel

David Topps, Mike Korolenko, Jamie de Domenico, Donna Newhouse
2018 MedEdPublish  
The devices and interfaces provided the means to measure and reproduce the subtle forces involved in a procedure that is learned by feel.  ...  Using a dual-control haptic device interface, and anatomically accurate virtual spinal models, we were able to create a Virtual Spinal Tap to improve the verisimilitude of an online learning experience  ...  In accordance with the Tri-Council policy statement (Research, 2014) and the Helsinki Declaration (WMA, 1964) , an ethics certificate was not required as this was regarded as program evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2018.0000076.1 fatcat:b7enc5dyjbfmnnjqwhnuoiyinm

Teaching beyond knowledge and skills for the needs of the society

R.M. Mudiyanse
2017 Sri Lanka Journal of Medicine  
They would like the relevance, practical involvement, sense of direction regarding outcomes, reflection and feedback in teaching.  ...  Collaborative learning and experience in giving feedback to a colleague is expected to facilitate learning. A senior teacher should assess the portfolio at the final viva.  ... 
doi:10.4038/sljm.v25i2.21 fatcat:rdbpliam3nhajjxjqvyvkftuoa

Long-term effectiveness of a multifaceted intervention on pain management in a walk-in clinic

N. Junod Perron, V. Piguet, P.A. Bovier
2007 QJM: Quarterly journal of medicine  
Pain is a common complaint of patients attending walk-in clinics, but timely and appropriate pain management is often lacking.  ...  Documentation of pain intensity and administration of pain medication at the walk-in clinic improved significantly 14 months after the intervention (7% vs. 53% and 17% vs. 27%, respectively, p < 0.001)  ...  Yves-Cédrix Cottier, MD for their collaboration to the quality improvement project, Professor Hans Stalder, MD, for his useful comments on a prior version of the manuscript and all the members of the  ... 
doi:10.1093/qjmed/hcm010 pmid:17317715 fatcat:eunfuaejorc6vkl46375qzhyea

A Multimedia Application for Teaching Design for Manufacturing

Brian Riggs, Corrado Poli, Beverly Woolf
1998 Journal of Engineering Education  
This paper describes the development process and requirements of a multimedia engineering tutor as well as the specific development of a multimedia injection molding tutor at the University of Massachusetts  ...  The injection molding tutor is beneficial to any user that has little or no previous knowledge of injection molding and design for injection molding.  ...  financial support provided in support of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2168-9830.1998.tb00323.x fatcat:3w2lrsmqj5bcvawhzudsub3xr4
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