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Learning From What You Don't Observe [article]

Mark Alan Peot, Ross D. Shachter
2013 arXiv   pre-print
The process of diagnosis involves learning about the state of a system from various observations of symptoms or findings about the system.  ...  Nonetheless, diagnostic models have tended to ignore some common sense reasoning exploited by human diagnosticians; In particular, one can learn from which observations have not been made, in the spirit  ...  We benefited greatly from the Summer Institute of Linguistics web-based glossary (www.sil.org) and Jeanne Frommer's web-based summary of Pragmatics.  ... 
arXiv:1301.7407v1 fatcat:bgt2gvhkh5halkkqlujskfsvym

Innovative ways of teaching research for students

G Seytniyazova, Sh Nizamiddinova
2022 Ренессанс в парадигме новаций образования и технологий в XXI веке  
For instance: What were you doing from 3 a.m till 5 a.m on Sunday? What was the doctor eating? Then I set up a jury and have the class vote as to who is guilty and why they don't believe in Alibi.  ...  You can observe people or things, visit places, read printed materials, or consult experts to find the research problem that is right for you.  ... 
doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp189-191 fatcat:fhzlqsp2nreodfda4loh6v3u54

Page 375 of Monthly Anthology and Boston Review Vol. 7, Issue [page]

1809 Monthly Anthology and Boston Review  
Do you not know whether there is any advantage in learning history? P. Indeed I think there is great advantage in it. R. What is the advantage? P. I don’t know. R.  ...  Can any body, who is unable to distinguish truth from falsehood, write or read, teach or learn history to advantage ? P. I don’t know. R. Not know?  ... 

Page 17 of Contemporary Education Vol. 32, Issue 1 [page]

1960 Contemporary Education  
You cant observe needs or beliefs or influences or associative mechanisms or memories. But, you can ob- serve what the pupil does, and you can observe what the teacher does.  ...  You don't quite know what it is when it oets down to the classroom level. lea hing is one thing.  ... 

Page 602 of Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 20, Issue 5 [page]

2011 Journal of Science Education and Technology  
Liora: I don’t know what you’re doing. Student: I was looking at the ceiling. Liora: I don’t know what you’re doing, you’re not concentrating, you’re not doing the assignments.  ...  it’s for you, because we care and if you don’t care just get out, you understand, one more time and the three of you are Oise...  ... 

Page 289 of Journal of Business and Technical Communication Vol. 21, Issue 3 [page]

2007 Journal of Business and Technical Communication  
But you know that if you don’t have to write a report on a lab that you're doing that you don’t have to pay attention as much or even write down all the observations you're supposed to write down.  ...  Sol found out from that report that I really needed to . . . | really needed to pay attention more and even to what the instructor is saying because every- thing ends up being important when you're writing  ... 

Taking Your Communication Skills to the Next Level

2006 Virtual Mentor  
Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, end-of-life communication skills require deliberate intent, practice and reflective work-little of which can be detected by watching a master.  ...  Often after watching an experienced attending physician guide a patient through the transition from disease-modifying treatment to end-of-life care, students assume that this expertise comes naturally.  ...  Don't expect any one person to give you a long tutorial-learn one thing from each conversation. You want to build a repertoire of communication tools that you can use with patients.  ... 
doi:10.1001/virtualmentor.2006.8.9.medu1-0609 pmid:23234708 fatcat:pfmqacexbbe3je65i72bawbgje

EFL teachers' perception towards online classroom interaction during covid-19 pandemic

Putri Candra Kusuma, Muhammad Reza Pahlevi, Hilmansyah Saefullah
2021 ETERNAL (English Teaching Journal)  
The spread of Covid-19 is affecting education systems around the world and transform the learning from face-to-face to online learning.  ...  The research method used in this study is descriptive case study and taking data by conducting observation, interview, and documentation.  ...  I'm glad although you don't study offline, you can introduce yourself. You should be able to do it. Don't let you can't do it at all especially if you have the good material. Come on whom else?  ... 
doi:10.26877/eternal.v12i2.9211 fatcat:ic4qx4tpmvdsdc7q2oe525h2wy

The Output Hypothesis and its influence in the second language learning/teaching: An interview with Merrill Swain

Antonia De Jesus Sales
2020 Interfaces Brasil/Canadá  
This hypothesis influenced plenty of research in the second language learning/teaching field around the world, considering Brazil as well.  ...  presents an interview with Merrill Swain, a Canadian researcher who proposed the Output Hypothesis, a way to understand the relevance of producing (by speaking/writing) the foreign language during its learning  ...  Sure, you can observe what the students learned about the past tense, maybe. But what you don't capture are all the other things that students learn by talking and collaborating with each other.  ... 
doi:10.15210/interfaces.v20i0.18775 fatcat:3vulwrnukrdx5jijjf4so3upmi

From Formulaic Speech to Creative Speech

Kazuko YUMOTO
1991 Bulletin of College or Foreign Studies, Yokohama: A Combined  
---v u--ii-ii]u-Lvu v--- greatest use of what he has learned, and in the early part of the acquisition period, what he has learned is largely formulaic" (1976, 654).  ...  Did you see that? Did you hear me ? Now what I did ? What did I say ?  ...  From the observation of our data we may draw a conclusion that formula-based speech leads to creative speech, However, the observation is limited in  ... 
doi:10.20686/tgkt.13.0_1 fatcat:mimdewxxmvgwtgxe3evgmbwyk4

Introduction to Qualitative Research for Quantitative Researchers

Beth Duckles
2021 Zenodo  
Would you like to learn more about how qualitative research methods can support your research?  ...  Would you like to know how to measure something that's hard to measure such as sustainability or long term impact?  ...  • You want to learn about a topic you don't yet have a dataset for. • The topic you're exploring is fuzzy and hard to quantify. • You found something in the data that you can't explain. • You need a multiple  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4777294 fatcat:klubd5bsdfd2hcu2zducrfxcry

The Authority of Experience in Learning to Teach: Messages from a Physics Methods Class

Hugh Munby, Tom Russell
1994 Journal of Teacher Education  
Interviews with the student teachers after the first half of the year-long course are organized under four themes: expectations about learning to teach, observation skills, the credibility of a professor  ...  The study found that teacher education is a transition from being under authority to being in authority, and this is an uneasy transition: some students wished to be told what to do when they assume authority  ...  Now I think I know what a teacher is." Al: I think generally, as with anything you're learning, most of it comes from experience. I think you learn by doing.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487194045002002 fatcat:gknwyf7d2zellolb7aruf5ggzy

CONSULTING CHILDREN: MATHS AND ME

Marie Brennan
2019 Zenodo  
This paper examines what teaching and learning mathematics 'looked like' and how it was experienced by children across eight Irish primary classrooms at second (7 and 8 years old) and fifth (10 and 11  ...  A total of twenty four mathematics lessons were observed, while eighteen mathematics lessons were video recorded.  ...  Sometimes you don't get something and then you don't get what they are trying to explain and you don't get the other way they are trying to explain at all… You can pay attention and just not 'get' what  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3539055 fatcat:lrz4cdbujnfutby24tgawuop54

The Effect of Etymological Instruction on Receptive and Productive Vocabulary Learning of Adult EFL Learners in Turkey

Taher Mahmoudi, Meryem Mirioğlu
2020 Athens Journal of Philology  
Indeed, the primary purpose of this study is to observe the impact of etymological and morphological instruction on adult B1 level (CEFR) EFL learners in Turkey.  ...  Statistical results and the interviews revealed a significant and positive effect of etymological and morphological instruction on the experimental group members" receptive and productive vocabulary learning  ...  "scratch" What do you know about this word? "exhausted" What do you know about this word? "downstream " A I don't know B I am not sure, but I think it means ………………...  ... 
doi:10.30958/ajp.7-2-2 fatcat:jhy6z5d2z5eutoggpyjvkqgcjm

Page 337 of Sociology of Education Vol. 3, Issue 6 [page]

1930 Sociology of Education  
They don’t learn you nothing. They only make you sit down—they make you sit like a stature. They don’t learn you nothing. . . . They’re crazy. They stewed with them- selves.  ...  The Observation of the Problem Boy 337 in varying situations. Other boys have been observed in the same way.  ... 
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