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Mutual Skill Learning and Adaptability to Others via Haptic Interaction

Ozge Ozlem Saracbasi, William Harwin, Toshiyuki Kondo, Yoshikatsu Hayashi
2021 Frontiers in Neurorobotics  
We suggest that the peer-to-peer learning can induce both adaptability to others and learning of motor skills through the unknown environmental dynamics under mutual interactions.  ...  through new environmental dynamics.  ...  We suggest that the peer-to-peer learning can induce both adaptability to others and learning of motor skills through the unknown environmental dynamics under mutual interactions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnbot.2021.760132 pmid:34924991 pmcid:PMC8674430 fatcat:7wde2ij7unflnmvjfrcvpa2qjm

Separation of multiple motor memories through implicit and explicit processes [article]

Gefen Dawidowicz, Yuval Shaine, Firas Mawase
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
We found that the location of follow-through targets had little effect on total learning, yet it led to more instances in which participants failed to learn the task.  ...  Furthermore, the follow-through context might activate, in part, top-down cognitive factors that influence not only the dynamics of the explicit learning but also the implicit process.  ...  The follow-through group was requested to make full follow-through movements toward the follow-through targets immediately after reaching the central target, while the no follow-through group received  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.05.27.445962 fatcat:3mw2msop6za35da4q67vqdbfau

The Use of Personality Traits to Enhance Theory-driven Group Formation

Rachel Carlos Duque Reis, Kamila Takayama Lyra, Clausius Duque Gonçalves Reis, Bruno Elias Penteado, Seiji Isotani
2020 Revista Brasileira de Informática na Educação  
Therefore, this paper presents G-FusionPT (Group Formation USIng Ontology and Personality Trait), a group formation algorithm that support new learning roles, denominated Affective Collaborative Learning  ...  The algorithm is based on a collaborative ontology to understand the learning theories (e.g., context, learning activities, group structure), and learners profile to understand learners' needs (e.g., target  ...  One example of a learning strategy for scenarios based on Peer Tutoring CL theory and Mental Rigidity personality trait is learning by explanation combined with dynamics for promoting students' empathy  ... 
doi:10.5753/rbie.2020.28.0.796 fatcat:pwnluvlvjzewdnqajcqntthac4

Adaptive and Intelligent Systems for Collaborative Learning Support: A Review of the Field

Ioannis Magnisalis, Stavros Demetriadis, Anastasios Karakostas
2011 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
Finally, providing peer interaction support seems to motivate students and improve collaboration and learning.  ...  The reviewed articles indicate that AICLS systems increasingly introduce Artificial Intelligence and Web 2.0 techniques to support pretask interventions, in-task peer interactions, and learning domain-specific  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank the IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies' Associate Editor, the special issue guest editors, and the anonymous reviewers for all their recommendations, suggestions  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2011.2 fatcat:rdediij6fvfbxcjmoc5ukzdwee

Predicting Trustworthiness Behavior to Enhance Security in On-line Assessment

Jorge Miguel, Santi Caballe, Fatos Xhafa, Josep Prieto, Leonard Barolli
2014 2014 International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was partly funded by the Spanish Government through projects TIN2011-27076-C03-02 "CO-PRIVACY" and CONSOLIDER INGENIO 2010 CSD2007-0 004 "ARES"; and the project TIN2013-46181-C2  ...  For instance, through computing students recommendation over the set of scores (i.e. ), the system allows us to group students in trustworthiness groups.  ...  Moreover, because of the peer-to-peer and dynamic features of the questionnaire P, we need to extract assessment results in primitive and normalized e-assessment data format as presented in the following  ... 
doi:10.1109/incos.2014.19 dblp:conf/incos/MiguelCXPB14 fatcat:mxphpdaa6vawjnqijyjpcgvwd4

Modeling Physical Interaction and Understanding Peer Group Learning Dynamics: Graph Analytics Approach Perspective

Zuraida Abal Abas, Mohd Natashah Norizan, Zaheera Zainal Abidin, Ahmad Fadzli Nizam Abdul Rahman, Hidayah Rahmalan, Ida Hartina Ahmed Tharbe, Wan Farah Wani Wan Fakhruddin, Nurul Hafizah Mohd Zaki, Sharizal Ahmad Sobri
2022 Mathematics  
However, observation and interviews are often used to investigate peer group learning dynamics from a qualitative perspective.  ...  This paper also highlights the potential of the graph analytics approach to explore peer learning group dynamics and interaction patterns among students to maximize their teaching and learning experience  ...  of graph analytics measurement in peer learning dynamics through physical interaction in the classroom.  ... 
doi:10.3390/math10091430 fatcat:3ucfgkk2ufb7tketj2dxgwzuvq

A Review of CALL and TE Research on Grammar Learning: Suggestions for Further Research and Pedagogical Implications

Karim Shabani, Elahe Mashayekh Bakhshi, Samaneh Samarghandi
2016 International Research in Education  
One of the sub-division strategies of input enhancement is textual enhancement (TE) through which target forms are bolded, underlined, italicized, colored, or highlighted.  ...  Studies concerning different types of technological tools, TE formats, and the combination of CALL and TE are accounted for in this research.  ...  and peer interactions through which grammar learning can be achieved by teachers and learners' support. 2-Dealing with students reticent is an issue that is of debate among language teachers.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ire.v5i1.9893 fatcat:wltr3fnx4nglfnf2mny65wklvi

Dynamic Selection Approach to Overcome the Demotivation of Learners in a Community Learning System

Dominique Groux-Leclet, Ahlame Begdouri, Rachid Belmeskine
2018 International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications  
Our approach consists of a static rules-based selection complemented with a dynamic selection based on the ability to solve previous similar problems through analysis of the history of interactions.  ...  In this way, the aid request will be sent only to this group.  ...  Indeed, Chen considers the group formation as crucial for triggering productive peer interactions [11] .  ... 
doi:10.5815/ijisa.2018.07.03 fatcat:mt42kbmspfffxlx4k5k2mykc5a

Psychological Processes in Cooperative Language Learning: Group Dynamics and Motivation

ZOLTÁN DÖRNYEI
1997 The Modern Language Journal  
by peer cooperation.  ...  This article investigates reasons for the success of CL from a psychological perspective, focusing on two interrelated processes: the unique group dynamics of CL classes and the motivational system generated  ...  as through individual study monitored by peers.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1540-4781.1997.tb05515.x fatcat:b32hvmg2bnazbb4m2mt3f4qqzq

Children's perceptions of behavior problem peers: Effects of teacher feedback and peer-reputed status

Karen J. White, Michelle D. Sherman, Karen Jones
1996 Journal of School Psychology  
The subjects (91 first and second graders) listened to an audiotape in which two boys described five hypothetical peers.  ...  In a Reputation x Feedback × Actor type (3 X 3 X 3) design, we examined the influence of teacher feedback on children's evaluations of a hypothetical peer presented as having one of three reputations.  ...  In addition to directly observable child behavior, other mechanisms are at play among the peer group that facilitate formation of reputation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0022-4405(95)00025-9 fatcat:d6wajfaltrbvbf3hxdigg324pa

Eye-rollers, risk-takers, and turn sharks: Target students in a professional science education program

Sonya N. Martin, Catherine Milne, Kathryn Scantlebury
2006 Journal of Research in Science Teaching  
This study focuses on the emergence of target students, the formation of cliques, and professors' efforts to mediate teacher learning in a Master of Science in Chemistry Education (MSCE) program by structuring  ...  Classroom structures that privilege the voice and actions of target students can cause divisive social dynamics that may generate cliques.  ...  What conditions contributed to the formation of cliques and how important are target students to this formation?  ... 
doi:10.1002/tea.20154 fatcat:es3rsk53ibhz5gzfpqs33o5qoy

The DNA repair associated protein Gadd45g regulates the temporal coding of immediate early gene expression and is required for the consolidation of associative fear memory [article]

Xiang Li, Paul Marshall, Laura Leighton, Esmi Zajackowski, Timothy Bredy, Wei Wei
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
Gadd45g regulates the temporal dynamics of learning-induced immediate early gene (IEG) expression in the prelimbic prefrontal cortex through its interaction with DNA double-strand break (DSB)-mediated  ...  We have identified a member of the Growth arrest and DNA damage (Gadd45) family, Gadd45g, which is known to be involved in the regulation of DNA repair, as a key player in the formation of associative  ...  Gadd45 g regulates learning-induced IEG expression in a temporally specific manner through interaction with DNA methylation.  ... 
doi:10.1101/265355 fatcat:zgcood76obhfnhqfchfsoqf6sq

Student Collaboration and Teacher-Directed Classroom Dynamic Assessment: A Complementary Pairing

Kristin J. Davin, Richard Donato
2013 Foreign language annals  
After five days of classroom dynamic assessment (DA) targeting WHquestion formation, students worked in small groups on a collaborative writing task.  ...  This research sought to determine whether learners were able to mediate their peers during this task and if so, whether this mediation might be traced back to participation in classroom DA.  ...  Vygotsky and his many adherents sheds light onto how processes of learning can occur through peer interaction during small group work.  ... 
doi:10.1111/flan.12012 fatcat:es44fume4vd4xmib6l5j2w4b2e

Learners' Roles and Predictable Educational Benefits in Collaborative Learning [chapter]

Akiko Inaba, Riichiro Mizoguchi
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The system of concepts and models will be beneficial to both designing appropriate groups for collaborative learning sessions, and interaction analysis among learners to assess educational benefits of  ...  collaborative learning sessions relying on existing learning theories.  ...  learning group appropriate for the situation, and monitors and supports the learning processes dynamically.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30139-4_27 fatcat:jytcir75prhnzk6zw75wo27ztq

THE ROLE OF STUDENT-STUDENT INTERACTION IN EFL CLASSROOMS

Mahbuba Rasulova
2022 Zenodo  
The importance of peer interaction Peer interactions are not merely a luxury to be enjoyed during lunch and after school.  ...  A collaborative classroom atmosphere naturally lends itself to a peer-to-peer learning dynamic.  ...  their ideas and opinions, to speak in the target language more without any fear and shame, to learn new things from their peers.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6022383 fatcat:v5vfoz4lkbfi7k7nqs46wdu6u4
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