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Social Networking in Cyberschooling: Helping to Make Online Learning Less Isolating

2009 TechTrends  
In their original Keeping Pace with K-12 Online Learning report, Watson, Winograd, and Kalmon (2004) used the term cyber charter schools to describe one of their five types of K-12 online learning programs  ...  Trends in Cyber Charter Schools In the first national overview of K-12 online learning in the United States, Clark (2000) made no mention of online charter schools.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11528-009-0307-5 fatcat:sj3bf6hmh5f2ncymksxy2pjtbe

Impact of COVID 19 on the lifestyle of kids: Utilizing idle time

Kamrul Laila, Shahana Akhter Rahman
2020 World Journal of Advanced Research and Reviews  
To halt the COVID-19 transmission almost all the countries had nationwide school closure and classes have been shifted to home-based distance-learning models using internet and electronic devices.  ...  In this article, the impact of COVID 19 on children has been discussed along with few thoughts regarding utilization of this critical period in a positive way.  ...  Evidence shows that whenever children are beyond schooling (e.g. weekends and long vacations), they become physically less active, have prolonged screen time, irregular sleep schedules and less healthy  ... 
doi:10.30574/wjarr.2020.8.2.0412 fatcat:sa2eo5smmvappfr2am6c5eyesm

Impact of COVID 19 on the lifestyle of kids: Utilizing idle time

Kamrul Laila, Shahana Akhter Rahman
2020 Zenodo  
To halt the COVID-19 transmission almost all the countries had nationwide school closure and classes have been shifted to home-based distance-learning models using internet and electronic devices.  ...  In this article, the impact of COVID 19 on children has been discussed along with few thoughts regarding utilization of this critical period in a positive way.  ...  Evidence shows that whenever children are beyond schooling (e.g. weekends and long vacations), they become physically less active, have prolonged screen time, irregular sleep schedules and less healthy  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4318573 fatcat:32c4ejgj5jg5pjftvg5smputpu

Upcoming Mood Prediction Using Public Online Social Networks Data: Analysis over Cyber-Social-Physical Dimension

Chaima DHAHRI, Kazunori MATSUMOTO, Keiichiro HOASHI
2019 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
We propose an autonomous system that predicts the upcoming user mood based on their online activities over cyber, social and physical spaces without using extradevices and sensors.  ...  The results suggest a statistically significant correlation between tomorrow's mood and today's activities on OSNs, which can be used to develop a decent predictive system with an average accuracy of 70%  ...  In such systems, learning user preferences is a crucial step.  ... 
doi:10.1587/transinf.2018ofp0006 fatcat:2xvbrgwttrhjbkoehwwhqfyv4m

What is a Cyber-Physical System? [chapter]

Walid M. Taha, Abd-Elhamid M. Taha, Johan Thunberg
2020 Cyber-Physical Systems: A Model-Based Approach  
Our starting point is to reflect on our world today and to consider examples and characteristics of what has come to be known as Cyber-Physical Systems (CPSs).  ...  We conclude with an overview of what you can expect to learn from this book. Our Planet. Our Knowledge. Our Destiny We live in a world that is changing at a much faster pace than ever before.  ...  What is a Cyber-Physical System? What is a Cyber-Physical System? What is a Cyber-Physical System? What is a Cyber-Physical System?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-36071-9_1 fatcat:4h2suetkubegho624ihf6wo3ji

Psychosocial Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Pediatric Population: An Implication for Clinical Practice

Prahbhjot Malhi
2022 Journal of Postgraduate Medicine Education and Research  
Working parents, especially with young children in nuclear households, faced immense challenges in managing the online learning of their children and had to rely on the help of either extended family members  ...  100 million children will fall below the minimum proficiency level in reading as a result of the pandemic. 6 The recently conducted "School Children's Online and Offline Learning" (SCHOOL) survey of nearly  ...  The school dropouts are projected to increase dramatically in India and along with the potential learning loss are indeed worrisome and threaten to roll back decades of the remarkable progress made in  ... 
doi:10.5005/jp-journals-10028-1552 fatcat:77sdxfwdkzdrzj6al5om3p32uu

Cyborgian Approach of Eco-interaction Design Based on Machine Intelligence and Embodied Experience [chapter]

Guyi Yi, Ilaria Di Carlo
2021 Proceedings of the 2020 DigitalFUTURES  
human into outdoor world.Cyborgian systems behave through embedded intelligence in the environment and discrete wearable devices for human.  ...  AbstractThe proliferation of digital technology has swelled the amount of time people spent in cyberspace and weakened our sensibility of the physical world.  ...  For instance, in the project Bio-responsive Garden, botanicals were fitted with microelectronics to make them physically animated.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-33-4400-6_8 fatcat:xg5g6e6f4vda7i47aulfepegra

Odyssey of the mind: Social networking in a cyberschool

Michael K Barbour, Cory Plough
2012 International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning  
K-12 online learning and cyber charter schools have grown at a tremendous rate over the past decade.  ...  In this article, we trace the development and use of social networking at one cyber charter school to extend the space for online instruction and provide opportunities for social interaction that online  ...  Since no one outside of the school could communicate with the students inside the walled garden, parents were more comfortable with the idea of allowing their children to join.  ... 
doi:10.19173/irrodl.v13i3.1154 doaj:8f74befd96c449b9a32cb7a33f51fea9 fatcat:xcrmdu4gvzad3oqkc3rvbdy6ke

ST. Paul University Philippines' Thrust Towards Education for Sustainable Development

Sr. Merceditas Ang
2021 International Journal of Education and Literacy Studies  
This descriptive study delineates the policy imperatives and integral implementation of ESD enhanced by the service learning program (SLP), and aligned with the United Nation's Sustainable Development  ...  It is imperative to focus on sustainable development in order to survive and thrive in the present, and thus ensure that there would be a bright future for humankind.  ...  The approach is integrative with community life and goes beyond the traditional classroom teaching-learning process.  ... 
doi:10.7575/aiac.ijels.v.9n.4p.271 fatcat:gbhleoz6fbcojakkshe6ztw3um

DormTalk: edge computing for the dormitory applications on campus

Yi-Bing Lin, Min-Zheng Shieh, Yun-Wei Lin
2019 IET Networks  
The authors' approach proposes a novel method that uses a cyber IoT device to nicely bridge the IoTtalk server in the cloud and the DormTalk servers at various dormitory buildings (the edges) without modifying  ...  Based on an IoT device management platform called IoTtalk, the authors develop an edge IoT computing system called DromTalk for dormitory applications in NCTU.  ...  For example, the icon in Fig. 6 (b) represents a camera, and the icons in Fig. 6 (f and g ) represent school buses with movement history [Fig. 6, (c) ].  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-net.2018.5178 fatcat:6xi7yzu5lzcavp7baqipk6okdy

Gardening in Cyberspace: A Metaphor to Enhance Online Teaching and Learning

Gary L. May, Darren Short
2003 Journal of Management Education  
In an online context, cyber gardeners can cater to such individual differ- ences through a variety of strategies and techniques.  ...  As we transition into the second decade of online learning, a number of universities and colleges with a heavy commitment to online learning have moved beyond the training of faculty members on to how  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562903257940 fatcat:hr3ersgjdza67c3zmad6tuqlce

Rooted in the Past, Active for the Future: Museums and Inspiring a New Generation of Citizens

Braden Paynter, Carola Zuleta, Daniel Rebolledo, Karen Bascuñán, Lebogang Marishane, Mohamed El Khamlichi
2018 Journal of Museum Education  
However, in looking for examples to learn from just as much can be gained by examining citizens working in imperfect or non-existent democracies as from those operating in long-tenured ones.  ...  In part, museums are well positioned to do this because developing new citizens is greatly strengthened by the study of the challenges and successes of the past.  ...  Cyber-activists and physical spaces: Pursuing a museum beyond walls Mohamed El Khamlichi Across the Arab world, online social networks play a key role in citizenship and mass mobilization, often accompanying  ... 
doi:10.1080/10598650.2018.1457320 fatcat:opubfrtm7bc6vpeihydhgrt574

A report on the conference "Ecosemiotic Paradigm for Nature and Culture"

Zdzisław Wąsik, Elżbieta Magdalena Wąsik
2018 Sign Systems Studies  
The primary aim of Dorota Juźwin's paper, "Exploring cyber-ecosystems: Learning and interaction in online courses", was an analysis of studying environments created by the implementation of e-learning  ...  Memetic adaptons are seen as interacting with other systems within the frame of metasystemic adaptons, which develop on the physical basis of the brain.  ... 
doi:10.12697/sss.2018.46.4.10 fatcat:u7onbwcx6fdmze7qxlwg7r4ane

Smart grids as distributed learning control

D. J. Hill, T. Liu, G. Verbic
2012 2012 IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting  
In modern terms, we need distributed (or multi-agent) learning control which is suggested to work with a certain consensus mechanism which appears to leave room for achieving cyberphysical security, robustness  ...  power system control.  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledge discussions with many people including Zhaoyang Dong, Ian Hiskens, Ron Hui, Paul de Martini, Lucas Millmore and Felix Wu, and people associated with the SGSC Project  ... 
doi:10.1109/pesgm.2012.6344726 fatcat:kcljzj4kobfipdcaggbwndoqfy

CYBER SECURITY STRATEGIES IN THE INTERNET ERA

Cătălin-Ionuț NASTASIU
2016 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND EDUCATION IN THE AIR FORCE  
Building on conceptual work on security and cyber security, the paper explores how different approaches to cyber security are constructed.  ...  Theorising cyber security and mapping approaches. Internet Policy Review, 7(2).  ...  I would also like to thank Michel van Eeten and his cyber security group for inspiring discussions on the issues discussed in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.19062/2247-3173.2016.18.2.19 fatcat:xng7r6bwb5divcvm2pxwapqf3e
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