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Learning to feel the physics of a body

R. Der, F. Hesse, G. Martius
International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling, Control and Automation and International Conference on Intelligent Agents, Web Technologies and Internet Commerce (CIMCA-IAWTIC'06)  
Due to the weak forces available, the controller so to say has to develop a kind of feeling for the body which is seen to emerge from our approach in a natural way with meandering and rotational collective  ...  We apply this approach to an underactuated "snake" like artifact with a complex physical behavior which is not known to the controller.  ...  The authors wish to acknowledge the helpful discussions and support provided by Marcel Kretschmann and Naglaa Hamed.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cimca.2005.1631477 dblp:conf/cimca/DerHM05 fatcat:z2ilynnjcbezrn5wrcor4hiqxy

Anjali1, Manisha Sabharwal2 1Research Scholar, Department of Food and Nutrition, Lady Irwin College, Delhi University, New Delhi 110001, India. 2Department of Food and Nutrition, Lady Irwin College, Delhi University, New Delhi 110001, India. Corresponding author Email: anjalijuly7@gmail.com Article Publishing History Received: 23-03-2018 Accepted: 28-06-2018 Plagiarism Check: Yes Reviewed by: Dr. Vera Ferro Lebres (Portugal) Second Review by: Dr. Adibah Hanim Ismail (Malaysia) Final Approval by: Dr. Neha Sa ...

Anjali Anjali, Manisha Sabharwal
2018 Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science Journal  
Participants identified a number of obstacles to physical activity. Perceived barriers emerged from the analysis of the data addressed the different dimensions of the socio-ecological framework.  ...  This further can help the students to deal with those barriers and can help to instil the habit of regular physical activity in the later adult years.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors sincerely thank the study participants for their contribution to the research. The authors would specifically like to show the gratitude to Dr.  ... 
doi:10.12944/crnfsj.6.2.18 fatcat:ujh7lijbzzdddccxxch3wh2fbi

Physical education and new forms of activity following the implementation of the core curriculum in Norway in 2020

Judith Helene Bratten, Jolanta Kilanowska
2021 Journal of Education, Health and Sport  
Such an approach to physical education teaching, focussing on what occurs in the body, has been untraditional and requires knowledge and teachers' desire to enrich the traditional practice of the subject  ...  The core elements of this subject and the interdisciplinary topic of health and life skills, introduced in the new core curriculum (i.e., Fagfornyelsen 2020), enable a broader understanding of students  ...  Standal (2015) argues that in traditional physical education, the moving body becomes a learning object when skills, techniques, and knowledge of physical activity are to be developed.  ... 
doi:10.12775/jehs.2021.11.12.005 fatcat:u2orlpf7qbatpi6bwzlwmq6di4

Creative Dance as Experiential Learning in State Primary Education: The Potential Benefits for Children

Helen Payne, Barry Costas
2020 Journal of Experiential Education  
Findings/Conclusions: The findings identify benefits of creative dance in socioemotional, arts-based, transferable, embodied, physical, and cognitive learning.  ...  National Curriculum as an example, the article's primary aim is to examine literature exploring the benefits of creative dance, for children aged 3 to 11 years in mainstream state education, to evaluate  ...  Through the uniqueness of creative dance, children learn physically about being in the world, to understand and value their physical selves, how their body works, to control it, and the importance of being  ... 
doi:10.1177/1053825920968587 fatcat:wdyv43xhinhwvpqery2bll4qbm

Getting to Know Your Students

Jennifer Fisette
2010 Journal of Physical Education Recreation & Dance  
A student-centered approach allows teachers to design lessons that meet the needs of all students. 42  ...  For example, the body is a central focus due to the public nature of physical education.  ...  But since the body is on pub lic display in physical education, it is important for teachers to create a space where students feel comfortable and safe to discuss aspects of their body and of the socially  ... 
doi:10.1080/07303084.2010.10598508 fatcat:4vhmv4k3bjalrotborlo23jycq

Body in Drama Class: The Role of Body in Learning

Necla Köksal
2020 World Journal of Education  
The aim of this study is to examine the perceptions of preservice teachers about the body in drama classes and to identify the views of preservice teachers about the role of the body on learning.  ...  According to the content analysis, the views of preservice teachers on the body in drama classes were categorized as a theme named "body and learning in drama class".  ...  for conveying feelings and thoughts to the body for the development of the aforementioned.  ... 
doi:10.5430/wje.v10n2p78 fatcat:j5pthbkkxrbdtavo4udypa7zyi

Page 12 of Child Welfare Vol. 34, Issue 9 [page]

1955 Child Welfare  
Aware- ness of his body in parts and as a whole gives him a body-feeling of himself and as an entity.  ...  Learning to Be Self-Sufficient However, all children are to some extent physically dependent and feel helpless with- out their mothers until the time they are 3 Problems of Infantile Neurosis: A Discussion  ... 

What have we done with the bodies? Bodyliness in drama education research

Anton Franks
2015 Research in Drama Education  
A note on versions: The version presented here may differ from the published version or from the version of record. If you wish to cite this item you are advised to consult the publisher's version.  ...  Please see the repository url above for details on accessing the published version and note that access may require a subscription. For more information, please contact eprints@nottingham.ac.uk  ...  We are only able to glimpse and sense human interiorities of thinking, feeling and learning through the ways in which they are made manifest in physical form.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13569783.2015.1059266 fatcat:4pjwrcye4vew7gxvpssuq3slka

A Pilot Study Examining Physical and Social Warmth: Higher (Non-Febrile) Oral Temperature Is Associated with Greater Feelings of Social Connection

Tristen K. Inagaki, Michael R. Irwin, Mona Moieni, Ivana Jevtic, Naomi I. Eisenberger, Marcello Costantini
2016 PLoS ONE  
An emerging literature suggests that experiences of physical warmth contribute to social warmth-the experience of feeling connected to others.  ...  Furthermore, the origins of the link between physical and social warmth, via learning during early experiences with a caregiver or via innate, co-evolved mechanisms, remain unclear.  ...  Acknowledgments With appreciation, the authors thank the UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI: UL1TR000124) for their assistance running the study and the participants who volunteered  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156873 pmid:27257914 pmcid:PMC4892629 fatcat:inelf2gwfvbmfm53463qmhmxbe

"The perfect communion":The Significance of the Body in "The Secret Sharer"

2017 Yearbook of Conrad Studies  
However, according to Jeremy Hawthorn, Conrad's concern with "communicative and expressive potentialities of the physical human body" has not been given suffi cient attention, and the same can be said  ...  This paper examines the sense of physical presence in The Secret Sharer, and analyzes how the narrator matures into a seaman worthy of a command by developing this sense.  ...  It is analogous to the learning process of the seamen in the sense that it proceeds from physical exertions to a mentality-"from the body to the mind."  ... 
doi:10.4467/20843941yc.17.007.8664 fatcat:vboyeniyuzgrtnhqlrobrdbcnu

Of Vessels, Conduits and Instruments: Reflections from the Bodies as Media Working Group

Nelesi Rodríguez, Eugenia Manwelyan
2017 INMATERIAL. Diseño, Arte y Sociedad  
In the fall of 2016, a group of artists and educators met regularly over the course of three months to explore the many ways in which the human body mediates experience and knowledge.  ...  The BaM working group encapsulated its learning process by designing and producing a resource in the form of a deck of cards containing instructions and prompts meant to be activated as a ritual that aims  ...  It is a design and a choreography that aims to "turn on" body awareness and prepare the body to learn, work, and trust others in any given learning community.  ... 
doi:10.46516/inmaterial.v2.31 fatcat:rwtdbwcedrashejhywrrna73ey

THE EFFECT OF DRAMA IN EDUCATION TOWARDS THE SUBJECT OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Nick Mavroudis
2021 European Journal of Physical Education and Sport  
The application of its techniques may provide new dimensions and perspectives to the teaching of physical education in elementary school.  ...  This article aims to fill the bibliographic gap concerning the way physical education teachers may apply drama in education in elementary schools.  ...  A. Group activation The trembling body. Specific objectives: Activation of the body, to acquaint students with the concept of "dismantlement of body parts". Students are in a circle.  ... 
doi:10.46827/ejpe.v7i1.3760 fatcat:j22jlwnrmvetzc5wtlnw2uouxm

Page 27 of Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (JOPERD) Vol. 25, Issue 3 [page]

1954 Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance (JOPERD)  
The body is the physical mani festation of the person, his mind, his emotions, his thoughts, his feelings. It is the seLF he presents to the world.  ...  dD) The Third Dimension in Ph ODERN EDUCATION has be M come a three-dimensional process. From 1-D training of the mind, we moved to 2-D education of a mind-body unity.  ... 

EMOTIONS AND LEARNING IN A DEVELOPING ROBOT [chapter]

R. MANZOTTI, G. METTA, G. SANDINI
2001 Emotions, Qualia, and Consciousness  
Emotions are, in James' words, the body theatre in which several emotions are represented and feelings are the mental perception of them.  ...  We claim that emotions have a twofold aspect relevant to the building of a purposeful active robot: a cognitive aspect and a phenomenological one. We need to understand both these aspects.  ...  Acknowledgements Research activity described here is supported by the Italian Ministry of Research and University (MURST grant No. 9709112600) and by the EU TMR grants VIRGO (FMRX-CT96-0049) and SMART-II  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812810687_0036 fatcat:lsvvlwx2ozemzfixnvdisl5b5e

Implications of Affective and Social Neuroscience for Educational Theory

Mary Helen Immordino‐Yang
2011 Educational Philosophy and Theory  
In this article, I lay out two general, complementary findings that have emerged from the past decade of neuroscience research on emotion and social processing, with a view to beginning a dialogue about  ...  has largely not had the benefit of biological evidence to date.  ...  Here we use the example of solving a hypothetical physics problem, but the same mechanisms would be at play in the solving of other sorts of problems too, such as in deciding how to help one's friend or  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1469-5812.2010.00713.x fatcat:cmb6dnikp5exnokbipsmm4lraq
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