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Making Table Understanding Work in Practice [article]

Madelon Hulsebos and Sneha Gathani and James Gale and Isil Dillig and Paul Groth and Çağatay Demiralp
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Lastly, we highlight avenues for future research that further close the gap towards making table understanding effective in practice.  ...  In this paper, we address the question: what do we need for these models to work in practice?  ...  We believe the time has come to make these advances accessible to the masses, and explore avenues to make table understanding models work in practice.  ... 
arXiv:2109.05173v1 fatcat:huoeikenzbesbco3ymnd5pxcry

Analysis of Student Difficulties in Computer Programming

Abdul Baist, Aan Subhan Pamungkas
2017 Volt: Jurnal Ilmiah Pendidikan Teknik Elektro  
can assist students in programming to do alone tasks between high, medium and low groups; (7) there is no significant difference in the lack of examples shown when practice makes poor performance in programming  ...  ; (5) there is no significant difference in situations that may assist students in programming for lab work in the high, medium and low groups; (6) there is no significant difference in situations that  ...  group exercise sessions 3,68 0,98 In lectures 3,39 1,00 While working alone on programming coursework 3,06 1,00 Table 13 . 13 Ranks of practical in labTable 14.  ... 
doi:10.30870/volt.v2i2.2211 fatcat:dnnwq7pkv5d3fohrvqlgo7wege

Deriving the Practice-Primed Decision Model from a naturalistic decision-making perspective for acute care nursing research

Christine W. Nibbelink, Pamela G. Reed
2019 Applied Nursing Research  
The new model, Practice Primed Decision Model, provides a new perspective to guide nurse decision-making research.  ...  This model includes factors influential to the nurse decision-making process that is more realistic in time limited, high stakes decision-making situations.  ...  Table 1 outlines the congruence between the parent theory (NDM/RPD model) concepts and characteristics of decision-making in acute care nursing practice.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apnr.2019.01.003 pmid:30853070 pmcid:PMC6414081 fatcat:tmxzahpzcnbxdphrmhtrjwwxry

CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT (CQI) PRACTICE IN VOCATIONAL COLLEGES

Nur Asyikin Ab Latif, Mohamed Yusoff Mohd Nor
2021 International Journal of Modern Education  
This study was conducted to identify CQI practices in VCs and make comparisons of practice based on demographic factors namely gender, age, and teaching field.  ...  Descriptive and inferential statistical analysis was used to attain the practice level and make comparisons on demographic factors.  ...  understanding the process and the use of data in decision making.  ... 
doi:10.35631/ijmoe.380017 fatcat:4zc5ntwm45gqdntfq5zs5k2xeu

Science Teachers Understanding and Practices in the Context of Collaboration

Hashimah Mohd Yunus, Nooraida Yakob, Mani Megalai Murugiah
2015 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
The findings revealed that science teachers understand and practiced of intra-collaboration and inter-collaboration were in medium level.  ...  Collaboration is not an easy task; it requires much planning time, trust, voluntary engagement, shared beliefs and values, shared decision-making, and hard work.  ...  Hence, decision making at all stages of the work becomes an appropriate collaborative task (Oakes et al, 1986 cite in Lieberman, 1986b .  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v5-i8/1775 fatcat:rpvpd3zzczganihj3xh4ki6kcq

Identifying enablers and barriers to individually tailored prescribing: a survey of healthcare professionals in the UK

Joanne Reeve, Nicky Britten, Richard Byng, Jo Fleming, Janet Heaton, Janet Krska
2018 BMC Family Practice  
Findings revealed general support for the principles of ITP but significant variation and inconsistency in understanding and implementation in practice.  ...  Our findings reveal four key implications for practice: the need to raise understanding of ITP as a legitimate part of professional practice; to prioritise the work of ITP within the range of individual  ...  Publisher's Note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12875-017-0705-2 pmid:29334913 pmcid:PMC5769369 fatcat:zbhsdsvfvjbsxja4rngv3qh3hy

Achievement in Science and Attitude towards Science Practical among Secondary School Students of Patna

Vikramjit Singh
2020 Journal of Teacher Education and Research  
Children and students can use this knowledge to understand new concepts, make well-informed decisions, and pursue new interests.  ...  Practical work is defined as any science teaching and learning activity that involves students, working individually or in small groups, manipulating, and/or observing real objects and materials instead  ...  The first relates to examining students' attitudes to practical work in secondary school science and understanding their attitudes.  ... 
doi:10.36268/jter/15205 fatcat:beorbpincvgsnkimdqjdow32ke

EXPLICIT TEACHING OF SCIENTIFIC ARGUMENTATION AS AN APPROACH IN DEVELOPING ARGUMENTATION SKILLS, SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS AND BIOLOGY UNDERSTANDING

Irene Lue Leh Ping, Lilia Halim, Kamisah Osman
2020 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
In contrast, students who experienced the IWA approach in practical biology showed significant improvement only in biology understanding.  ...  Keywords: argumentation skills, practical work, modified argument driven inquiry, science process skills  ...  practice including in practical work.  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/20.19.276 fatcat:pt4h27dzrjavnouwtvoen7j26a

Understanding effective care management implementation in primary care: a macrocognition perspective analysis

Jodi Summers Holtrop, Georges Potworowski, Laurie Fitzpatrick, Amy Kowalk, Lee A. Green
2015 Implementation Science  
To do so, we used cognitive task analysis to understand implementation in terms of such thinking as decision making, knowledge, and communication.  ...  It involves changes to who is working with patients, and consequently such things as who is making decisions, who is sharing patient information, and how.  ...  Next, the analysis team members divided up the remaining practices and worked in teams of two to complete the evidence tables for those practices.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13012-015-0316-z pmid:26292670 pmcid:PMC4545994 fatcat:5bo2r5alpvefrn7kpeo7dkibku

The Development of Interactive Multimedia Learning in Information and Communication Technology Subjects

Frandrio Syahputra, Hasan Maksum
2020 Journal of Education Research and Evaluation  
(90.23%) in very practical category, students' response (90.09%).  ...  The response was in the very practical category. With this score, interactive multimedia is categorized as practical and effective learning media.  ...  Based on the problems stated above, it is necessary to make a better effort to improve student learning abilities in competency standards in understanding the functions and work processes of various Information  ... 
doi:10.23887/jere.v4i4.29931 fatcat:7e7v7h73ufhp3dybft4ig7j4im

Orchestrating Productive Mathematical Discussions: Five Practices for Helping Teachers Move Beyond Show and Tell

Mary Kay Stein, Randi A. Engle, Margaret S. Smith, Elizabeth K. Hughes
2008 Mathematical Thinking and Learning  
in Jamal's table.  ...  In addition, many models of expert practice in the literature feature extremely skilled discussion facilitators: teachers who-with apparent ease-make rapid online diagnoses of students' understandings,  ... 
doi:10.1080/10986060802229675 fatcat:z7iitcd4yffq7gy3kpocmieh3e

Vocational Teaching Method: A Conceptual Model In Teaching Automotive Practical Work

Adnan Ahmad, Yusri Kamin, Asnol Dahar Minghat, Mohd. Khir Nordin, Dayana Farzeha, Ahmad Nabil
2014 Zenodo  
To conclude the task of automotive practical work, teachers choose re-explain and report writing to make sure students really understand all the process of teaching.  ...  This study examined the practice of Vocational Teaching Method in Automotive Practical Work.  ...  To Identify on How Do Students Explore Knowledge in Automotive Practical Work Based On Knowledge and Understanding, Skills and Attitudes? Table IX illustrates the students' achievement in APW.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1094308 fatcat:2esnslfc6ba3vhq7xfxh6qy3ha

Probing Beliefs of Secondary Science Teacher on Inquiry-Based Teaching in Bangladesh

Tahmina Hoq
2019 US-China Education Review. A  
Firstly, classroom observation with a belief schedule was used to understand the actual practice of teachers.  ...  Several others studies explored the relation between the belief and practice, but no research has been conducted so far in Bangladesh regarding secondary science teachers' beliefs and practices in IBT.  ...  Making science interesting for all. Teachers A, B, and C believed emphasis on this theme is strongly required and practiced in the classroom (see Table 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.17265/2161-623x/2019.04.002 fatcat:jrmrc5kvzncjdeebryealvz6eu

Science Teacher Attitudes Toward Inquiry-Based Teaching and Learning

Warren DiBiase, Judith R. McDonald
2015 The Clearing House A Journal of Educational Strategies Issues and Ideas  
Firstly, classroom observation with a belief schedule was used to understand the actual practice of teachers.  ...  Several others studies explored the relation between the belief and practice, but no research has been conducted so far in Bangladesh regarding secondary science teachers' beliefs and practices in IBT.  ...  Making science interesting for all. Teachers A, B, and C believed emphasis on this theme is strongly required and practiced in the classroom (see Table 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.1080/00098655.2014.987717 fatcat:qlfd4lzdprclhejwc3k3dsetlu

Examining the practice of generalist expertise: a qualitative study identifying constraints and solutions

Joanne Reeve, Christopher F Dowrick, George K Freeman, Jane Gunn, Frances Mair, Carl May, Stewart Mercer, Victoria Palmer, Amanda Howe, Greg Irving, Alice Shiner, Jessica Watson
2013 JRSM Short Reports  
We outline proposals for work needed in each area to help enhance the expert generalist role.  ...  These include the lack of a consistent and universal understanding of the distinct expertise of EGP, competing priorities inhibiting the delivery of EGP, lack of the consistent development of skills in  ...  Acknowledgements: The authors would like to thank all the participants who took part in this study. Provenance: Not commissioned; peer-reviewed by Iona Heath.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2042533313510155 pmid:24475347 pmcid:PMC3899736 fatcat:lbjgm5k5rfbm7mi4423kqckhmq
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