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The authors, based on the hypothesis that technology can help learners engage in active, constructive, intentional, authentic, and cooperative learning, dedicate Chapter 2 to how the internet illustrates ... it has a profound impact on how we perceive the world. ...doi:10.30935/cedtech/6099 fatcat:qq4x56uwrze7bj477d4kprzl2i
The original single factor structure of the cooperative learning scale was identified to be suitable for the Turkish paradigm as a result of the results obtained from the confirmative factor analysis. ... in order to identify the "Cooperation Learning" levels of the teachers. ... Studies focused on different paradigms are important for the validity and reliability of the scale. ...doi:10.24331/ijere.309966 fatcat:f5jnzq4tujcodou6ppbewffd6i
The engineering and construction industry needs to begin to adopt a different paradigm than the quasi-scientific management one currently in use. ... One Proposed Paradigm Contrasted with Current Paradigm Current paradigm Proposed paradigm (1) (2) Technology first Social/technical systems optimized together People as machine extension People complement ...
The results were compared to a computational form of the same model that additionally supported behavioral constructs and learning. ... paradigm. ... by the game-theoretic paradigm (in the cooperative case). ...doi:10.1016/j.jebo.2006.12.005 fatcat:lf37jyv3fzabbnuypjpbjpog7i
Project culture in construction industry is unique, distinguishing one project from others, and plays a role in the processing of construction projects. ... The method of a systematic literature review was conducted to overview the extant articles on project culture in construction industry until 2019. ... Samaraweera stands the points of project culture as a root metaphor while Zuo agrees on the function paradigm and treats project culture as a variable. ...doi:10.1155/2020/9581901 fatcat:7vkdx4icpba55bej62d3i7rmfy
Adaptors for service adaptation are realized based on algebra operations of message documents satisfying constraints of the specific tree syntax. ... Constructing applications with services shared by third parties is popularly adopted. ... A multi-view cooperation model is introduced in  , and an approach to construct abstract business process for cooperation based on the hierarchical task network planning is introduced in  . ...doi:10.1016/j.procs.2012.06.121 fatcat:woc57gz7ezapzoujgwog5sghme
A "new paradigm" is proposed for low-cost urban water supply and sanitation, as follows: water supply and sanitation provision in urban areas and large villages should be to groups of households, not to ... There would be standpipe and yard-tap cooperatives served by communitymanaged sanitation blocks, on-site sanitation systems or condominial sewerage, depending on space availability and costs and, for non-poor ... paradigm. ...doi:10.2166/wp.2008.034 fatcat:kahdlsew7rbbvew2gensvdyequ
Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We discuss a methodological framework facilitating this synthesis which was developed within concrete projects of interdisciplinary cooperation. ... However, in order to situate cognitive technology productively within everyday situations their respective results have to be integrated into a single research process. ... Media psychologists employ the cognitive paradigm, interaction designers subscribe to a practice paradigm, computer scientists exercise methodological indifference, while ethnographers champion a constructive ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-40409-7_27 fatcat:ckvmtvpahfdvrkm3brtkmywehy
constructs, with the original Cyert and March paradigm. ... A Behavioral Theory of the Firm presents a computational model of a duopoly that is based on observations of firm behavior and that incorporates a range of behavioral constructs. ... The impact of the predictions of the game theoretic paradigm becomes more apparent if one considers a measure of firm performance. ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.985686 fatcat:ui24bwg2cvfsfoslhftlauzmli
As Coburn (1994) points out "constructivist epistemology...hinges on three assertions quite alien to scientism: (1) Knowledge is a construction used to make sense of experience; (2) the construction ... Thomas Kuhn (1970) developed the idea of scientific paradigms, and how science proceeds by collecting data, modifying our constructions until there is a new idea. ...doi:10.1007/bf02628699 fatcat:rojakd4m4bfm3cjdnkvbyaudui
This article examines the arising cross-border dispute resolution models (Cooperation and Competition among national Courts) from a critical perspective. ... Although they have been conceived to surpass the ordinary solution of a Modern paradigm (exclusive jurisdiction, choice of court, lis pendens, forum non conveniens, among others), they are insufficient ... Cooperation among Courts paradigm is seen as the preferred one to guide the construction of a new baseline to Jurisdiction in cross-border controversies if compared with the competition one, basically ...doi:10.2139/ssrn.2428443 fatcat:7zggtn4lxrgfbgqkgjm3d27rwe
In this abstract, we propose a general situated language learning paradigm which is designed to bring about robust language agents able to cooperate productively with humans. ... A distinguishing property of human intelligence is the ability to flexibly use language in order to communicate complex ideas with other humans in a variety of contexts. ... The paradigm is centered around a utilitarian definition of language understanding, which equates language understanding with the ability to cooperate with other language users in real-world environments ...arXiv:1610.03585v1 fatcat:ce2riyvvtzgefoynivaorcryv4
International Relations: A European Perspective
Acknowledgements This book focuses on International Relations theories from a European perspective. ... According to Kuhn, "paradigms" are scientific constructions: by this he means universally recognized scientific conquests that, for a certain time, provide a model for understanding problems and solutions ... in crisis due to several changes, including increasing cooperation and, notably, the European construction -a transnational integration processes between states and societies occurring precisely where ...doi:10.4324/9781315589527-10 fatcat:jbhbe5frnndzvate45zvr3wjjm
In this paper, we provide a framework for how to construct a cooper- ative paradigm for network applications by intelligent communication among agents. ... A case study - Urban Traffic Control System - is given to show how to construct a cooperative paradigm for a distributed working environment step- by-step from bottom to top. ...
Under the guidance of globalism methodology, the construction of the knowledge system of global governance research subject should follow a holism, interdisciplinary and multi-paradigm path. ... approaches to the construction of disciplinary knowledge system of global governance. ... . 10 Bases on the globalism methodology, this paper puts forward a holistic multi paradigm construction path. ...doi:10.1007/s40320-012-0001-4 fatcat:edpbqmirifexdbc6f77glkp5a4
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