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Learning through intermediate problems in creating cognitive models

Kazuhisa Miwa, Junya Morita, Ryuichi Nakaike, Hitoshi Terai
2012 Interactive Learning Environments  
The class practices confirmed the utility of "learning through intermediate problems" when constructing an educational environment for learning creating cognitive models.  ...  However, there are some difficulties in bringing about learning by creating cognitive models in an educational context.  ...  Learning through intermediate problems We address these difficulties by proposing an innovative instructional design called "learning through intermediate problems".  ... 
doi:10.1080/10494820.2012.666668 fatcat:ywqgdbqztvemfbbwypqq3dbbai

THE EFFECT OF COGNITIVE CONFLICT LEARNING MODEL TOWARD VIII GRADE STUDENTS CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN TERMS OF COGNITIVE STYLE IN BUKITTINGGI

SariRahma Chandra
2019 International Journal of Advanced Research  
Cognitive conflict based learning model is designed and developed from a problem-based learning model proposed by [5] as a basic model, and combined with cognitive conflict strategy.  ...  Methods:- The effect of cognitive conflict-based learning model on students' mathematical critical thinking skills is observed through experimental research method.  ... 
doi:10.21474/ijar01/9034 fatcat:henpba2rt5f75pijau6xaddwdi

Innovative intelligent technology of distance learning for visually impaired people

Galina Samigulina, Assem Shayakhmetova, Adlet Nuysuppov
2017 Open Engineering  
on cognitive approach.  ...  To solve this problem a comprehensive approach has been proposed, which consists in the aggregate of the application of artificial intelligence methods and statistical analysis.  ...  It is necessary to construct a model of learning adapted to the learners' model based on fuzzy logic to create a suitable learning path.  ... 
doi:10.1515/eng-2017-0046 fatcat:mrcivveozfgbvouoajrfurtq3i

Design of Digital Test Using Wondershare in Supporting the Blended Learning with Kelase Platform

I Wayan Eka Mahendra, I Gusti Ngurah Agung Trisna Jayantika, I Wayan Sumandya, Ni Made Suarni, Ni Wayan Ariawati, Gusti Ayu Dessy Sugiharni, Dewa Gede Hendra Divayana
2020 Universal Journal of Educational Research  
students' cognitive abilities.  ...  This research was aimed to provide an overview of digital test design that created using the Wondershare application and then imported into the Kelase platform to realize good blended learning to improve  ...  Based on those things, so the problem statement of this research was how the digital test design was created with Wondershare and its implementation mechanism through the Kelase platform?  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujer.2020.080330 fatcat:vwy2ouietrfllb4xgf2plrfnym

The Impact of Problem-Based Learning on Iranian EFL Learners' Speaking Proficiency

2016 Advances in Language and Literary Studies  
The study investigated the effect of problem-based learning through cognition-based tasks on speaking proficiency of Iranian intermediate EFL learners in comparison to the effect of objective-based tasks  ...  The results of an independent-sample t-test gained from the study proved that not only does implementation of problem-based learning through cognition-based tasks significantly increased intermediate participants  ...  A comparison of the intermediate pretest scores with posttest scores in the experimental group through paired sample t-test proved that problem-based learning through cognition-based tasks had a significant  ... 
doi:10.7575/aiac.alls.v.7n.3p.84 fatcat:zgoctsflprh7tgqbqkq745pnxm

A triarchal instruction model: integration of principles from Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Humanism

Ching-chung Guey, Ying-ying Cheng, Seiji Shibata
2010 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Moreover, different levels of learning readiness-beginning, intermediate, and advanced-are included as important considerations in instructional design based on the instructional model.  ...  This Triarchal Instruction Model offers a comprehensive framework for instructors in their curriculum design and for theorists in their analysis of various instructional approaches.  ...  In view of the cognitive domain in the objective component, initial knowledge or background knowledge of students in relation to what is to be learned should be activated, explored, and created.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2010.12.122 fatcat:jhhxy7ifyfbmjn4cnt63xxnjua

Identity, deep structure and the development of leadership skill

Robert G. Lord, Rosalie J. Hall
2005 Leadership Quarterly  
More specifically, we propose that leadership performance is organized in terms of a progression from novice to intermediate to expert skill levels.  ...  A theory of leadership development is advanced, suggesting that changes in leadership skills may be viewed from the perspective of a general theory of learning and expertise, with consideration of the  ...  We argue that leadership skills develop from what is basically a cognitive bootstrapping process, in which microlevel skills (productions) are first learned through problem-related experiences or observational  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.leaqua.2005.06.003 fatcat:jafqllmjevcsracqdvalykqtf4

An empirical study of programmer learning during incremental software development

Shaochun Xu, V. Rajlich, A. Marcus
2005 Fourth IEEE Conference on Cognitive Informatics, 2005. (ICCI 2005).  
The Self-Directed Learning Model and Related Work The self-directed learning theory was proposed by Rajlich and Xu [27] and it combines the constructivist learning theory [25] and Bloom's taxonomy of the  ...  give insight into the differences between experts and intermediate level programmers.  ...  Table 1 : 1 The self-directed learning model.  ... 
doi:10.1109/coginf.2005.1532650 dblp:conf/IEEEicci/XuRM05 fatcat:gm23p32pnnc63hzo7hwsnwd55q

Modeling of physical phenomena as a methodological means of forming a knowledge structure in physics and programming

Nina Holovina, Mykola Holovin
2021 ScienceRise Pedagogical Education  
Individual algorithmic problems of modeling of physical processes are considered in the research as components of the holistic system of problems.  ...  These ideas were used to consider the processes of educational activity on the example of the creation of a simple physical model that is realized through the Python talk with the help of Visual library  ...  Both the initial problem and each of the intermediate ones, as well as the final problem, go through the next process.  ... 
doi:10.15587/2519-4984.2021.237974 fatcat:oigtch4g7fbathf5pn2pbzh2py

Structured Query Language Learning: Concept Map–Based Instruction Based on Cognitive Load Theory

Shin-Shing Shin
2020 IEEE Access  
When learning to construct an SQL query, learners must visualise the evolution process of the intermediate datasets of the SQL statement in working memory, which may burden learners' cognitive load and  ...  These results potentially help educators understand the learning difficulties caused by the declarative nature of SQL and motivating researchers to resolve the inherent problem by considering learners'  ...  For example, the two initial tables, member and browse, in Fig. 2 are joined through column member_id to generate VOLUME 8, 2020 the intermediate dataset #1, members who browsed products. (4) Create  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2997934 fatcat:f3ugcydmlvezzg2x3wkeew6sva

Beyond L2 grammar instruction

Miroslava Tsvetkova
2017 Studies in Linguistics, Culture and FLT  
In 1957, the psychologist B. F. Skinner, as a pioneer of behaviourism, described linguistics through human behavior in his book Verbal Behaviour and explained the learning of a language.  ...  Besides their cognitive perception, students rely on their internal constructions of knowledge. They themselves construct their knowledge through experience as well as through communication.  ...  Thus, the designed cognitive model of teaching created opportunities to enhance EFL teaching.  ... 
doi:10.46687/silc.2019.v06.006 fatcat:c6jnnfsa45fwpi5lvw7tyrigeq

COMPUTER SIMULATIONS: Technological Advances in Inquiry Learning

T. de Jong
2006 Science  
Supporting the Inquiry Process Research in inquiry learning currently focuses on finding scaffolds or cognitive tools that help to alleviate these problems and produce effective and efficient learning  ...  Students may also be offered the opportunity to create informal models (17) .  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1127750 pmid:16645080 fatcat:afmsselbcndefjnxxofjdoi7a4

The Design of Disciplinarily-Integrated Games as Multirepresentational Systems

Satyugjit S. Virk, Douglas B Clark, Pratim Sengupta
2017 International Journal of Gaming and Computer-Mediated Simulations  
The authors leverage the literatures on embodied cognition, adaptive scaffolding, representations in science education, and learning from dynamic visualizations to address the challenges, tradeoffs, and  ...  The current paper analyzes the DIG structure through the focal parameters framed by the DeFT framework (Ainsworth, 2006) to synthesize effective design considerations for DIGs in terms of the specific  ...  in enhancing learning, and the cognitive tasks in which learners must engage.  ... 
doi:10.4018/ijgcms.2017070103 fatcat:723vpeby2raq3pbdlxmomptgsy

The Study of EFL Teacher Discourse in Reading Skill Using Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy

Mostafa Morady Moghaddam, Zargham Ghabanchi, Shirin Malekzadeh
2011 International Journal of Linguistics  
Moreover, the relationship between teacher discourse and learners' proficiency level as well as learners' cognitive state were studied based on Bloom's cognitive taxonomy.  ...  This paper sheds light on some important aspects of teacher-student interactions in reading comprehension skill.  ...  Brunner, one of the leading psychologists in the realm of cognitive learning, proposed his theories in the framework of discovery learning (Brunner, 1968) .  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijl.v3i1.812 fatcat:534ozqbxhnf6fcwd76gsvefy2q

A Comparative Study of the Effects of Animated Versus Static Funny Pictures on Iranian Intermediate EFL Students' Intake and Retention of Idioms

Vafa Ghaderi, Jafar Afshinfar
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In so doing, 60 intermediate EFL learners attending Rasa Institute, Boukan, West Azerbaijan, were selected using Solutions Placement Test (SPT).  ...  And for the control group, the same idioms were offered through static funny pictures with Persian translation and sample sentences.  ...  The second cognitive process is organizing that is applied to the word base to create a verbally-based model of the to-be-explained system and is applied to the image base to create a visually-based model  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.03.448 fatcat:ocuuvjnif5ck5jltimz35kh5iu
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