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There is more to assessment than test scores. By assessing students' passions, learning styles, success skills, and levels of rigor, teachers can create a student-centered classroom. ... Passing tests and exams is widely thought of as being the gateway to opportunity, for example, going up to the next level, changing readers, or winning a place at university. ... In Learning Oriented Assessment (LOA), the learner is actively involved in their own assessment, whether in class activities, formative assessment tasks, written progress tests or external summative exams ...doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp198-199 fatcat:k3ceiddykzcb5djukfgqi26sxi
Method: A total of eight theory classes, four each on embryology and gross anatomy, for sixty first year undergraduate medical students were conducted. ... Paired and unpaired t tests (2 tailed) were performed to check for significant differences in the pre and post-lecture test scores for each class. ... Acknowledgments The authors would like thank Professor Roopa R from the Department of Anatomy, as well as the other faculty members of the department for their support and encouragement. ...doi:10.4038/seajme.v6i1.181 fatcat:zem5sdxbmncffmkycl5dc7qmtq
A large percentage of software development costs are spent on software reliability and testing. ... The course takes place in a laboratory setting such that students can learn testing and reliability theory and apply this theory immediately. ... Lecture slides based upon this book are posted on the OpenSeminar as well. Active learning The students apply the testing and reliability theory learned in the class in several ways. ...doi:10.1109/issre.2005.41 dblp:conf/issre/Williams05 fatcat:wzz75pedrfekxkvayifvwsrvqa
This paper carries on the theory and method research of network multimedia CAI tennis teaching system, and also carries on the evaluation and practical application of this system. ... Taking the network multimedia tennis teaching system as the basis, this paper will provide some suggestions and references for the application of network multimedia system in other sports teaching courses ... The theory and technique test are blind which means the score teacher doesn't know which one is experimental class and which one is compared class. ...doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2011.11.2512 fatcat:au3hi2uroze5pfqycip3k4ngdu
Journal of Applied Psychology
The Freshman class of 1948 had a correlation of .33 between theory and tech- nic GPA. The test battery as of 1949 consisted of the following: For the prediction of theory grades. 1. ... For the class of 1946, this correlation was .30, .51, and .41, respectively, for their Fresh- man, Sophomore, and Junior years while for the class of 1947, their correlation was .34 and .47 for their Freshman ...
Grade Point Average for any year is based on grades earned in that year only. ponding theory tests. ... A prediction based on one year’s work in theory is likely to hold for the remaining three years of theory work. ...doi:10.1037/h0054111 fatcat:hu7ojpt5mbhipe6c37i7k67rfy
effects on translation quality of EFL learners and translation trainees in Iranian universities.150 Iranian undergraduate students took part in this study. ... After homogenizing the participants through a TOEFL test, a translation pre-test was given to them and then cultural theories of translation like Venuti's model were taught to the experimental group who ... The texts chosen for translation practice in the classes reflected the points highlighted by the theories. ...doi:10.4304/jltr.2.2.486-491 fatcat:6ltks56rxnd5zfprb2ngaj5trq
Automation and Remote Control
The theory proposed in this paper suggests a technique for the construction of universal hardware and software tools of test synthesis and testing of objects of different classes. ... In particular, one of the research programs is the development of an atlas of existing heuristic TGAs written in &-tran for diagnosed objects of various classes. ...
law (PL) with exponents that lie in common Universality classes from Heavy-Tailed Random Matrix Theory (HT-RMT). ... different test accuracies. ... We build on and extend that theory here. ...arXiv:1901.08278v2 fatcat:lhgg5gv5ybedja2sfzqo6dmpm4
The American Psychologist
SUBJECTS: 136 students in two classes of the intro- ductory course in psychology. PROCEDURE: 74 of the students were examined on Buxton’s test of misconceptions at the first meeting of the class. ... Further evidence for a two- factor theory of learning. H. G. Brrcu. Sensory integration and the problems of cognitive theory. Frep D. SHEFFIELD. The contiguity principle and learning theory. ...
Physical Review D
As a way out, Srednicki and Hartle recommend that we empirically test typicality with respect to different candidate reference classes in analogy to how we test physical theories. ... As an alternative, a background information constraint on observer reference class choice is suggested according to which the observer reference class should be chosen such that it includes precisely those ... probabilities P th (T |D 0 ) for the chosen D 0 and all theories T that one wishes to test. ...doi:10.1103/physrevd.95.123520 fatcat:iprpnigm6jdbdnlpmrrmsgo4oy
When classes are the units of analyses, estimates of the reliability of class means-are needed. Using classical test theory it is diffitult to treat this' problem adequately. ... Gene7alizability theory, however, provides a natural framework for dealing with the problem: Each otf four possible formulas for the . generalizability of class means is derived from two points of view ... class means is: for samples of tone item and one student. ...doi:10.3102/00346543047002267 fatcat:ewynzr5ao5a7rf6gwt64hrvmja
Therefore, the proposed legal ID based on DL theory is scientific and effective. ... Following a theoretical review of EPSY and DL, the current situation and problems of college legal teaching are understood based on the Law School in a University in Shanghai through auditing, communication ... AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS Both authors listed have made a substantial, direct, and intellectual contribution to the work, and approved it for publication. ...doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2022.917174 pmid:35928407 pmcid:PMC9343705 doaj:72e2909043094cfabb94015670e1e35a fatcat:rsfjnlamxvenvguro5lngdqk4q
of Chinese universities. ... Then Blended Learning of probability theory and mathematical statistics is studied and put into practice to improve the teaching quality of the course. ... There are few studies (such as Fang et al., 2018) on Blended Learning of probability theory and mathematical statistics for the classes with more than 50 students. ...doi:10.17265/1539-8080/2019.11.005 fatcat:mntl3oi6zveqlde3j5oslvndhe
The preliminary field testing was analyzed qualitatively. The main field testing was analyzed by t-test. The effectiveness test of a textbook was analyzed by One Way Anova. ... It was started by preliminary research for need analysis which was carried out among English Departments in five Teacher Training and Education Faculties in Private Universities in Central Java Indonesia ... INTRODUCTION: Introduction to Literature is one of subject matter in English Department which is a must for the students in the third semester to follow this class. ...doi:10.18843/rwjasc/v6i4/11 fatcat:4h4hruf63nemjcn4xoedu4u564
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