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The competence/performance dichotomy in programming preliminary report

Vaughan R. Pratt
1977 Proceedings of the 4th ACM SIGACT-SIGPLAN symposium on Principles of programming languages - POPL '77  
To accomplish this we propose a definition of control based on a fact/heuristic dichotomy, a variation of Fortran programmer can store data in two-dimensional arrays  ...  need not involve himself in any aspect of the storage allocation problem.  ...  Richard Weyhrauch gave me the idea for section 4.  ... 
doi:10.1145/512950.512968 dblp:conf/popl/Pratt77 fatcat:ttgoqgv2enfytfwbxgvzkzxjbm

Beyond Dichotomies

Sigrid Blömeke, Jan-Eric Gustafsson, Richard J. Shavelson
2015 Journal of Psychology  
Moreover, if competent performance involves working successfully as a team member, this competency would be included in the definition of competence.  ...  From the holistic view of competence (performance in complex, messy real-life situations), assessments have been developed to estimate real-life performance without accounting for the contribution of specific  ... 
doi:10.1027/2151-2604/a000194 fatcat:jldm2nx3jffvbks5ch7y3h4uty

Learning Theory And The Study Of Instruction

R Glaser
1989 Annual Review of Psychology  
A related aspect of competent performance Is the speed of knowledge application.  ...  their potential levels of higher performance (Vygotsky 1978) . 13 February 1989 In keeping with the goal-dlrectedness, integrated character, and conditionalized nature of competent performance, programs  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.psych.40.1.631 fatcat:6byj6fpccbfgzijrnu2rhqv474

Beyond the classroom: self-direction in professional learning

M K Mayfield
1993 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
Competent performance increasingly is linked with the educational efforts of self-directed adult learners.  ...  The analysis provides the basis for a recommended agenda for redesign and development of educational programs.  ...  As Donald Wolfe suggests, "Seldom do we delve deeply into the nature of competent performance in professional roles and relate this to the educational enterprise" [8] .  ... 
pmid:8251979 pmcid:PMC225827 fatcat:zpqh2wxmjjfutcufidei3r75e4

Preservice Physics Teachers' Development of Physics Identities: the Role of Multiple Representations

Nuril Munfaridah, Lucy Avraamidou, Martin Goedhart
2021 Research in Science Education  
AbstractIdentity-based research in physics education has been receiving increased attention in the past few years given the potential of identity in producing novel insights into the ways' students engage  ...  Although specific programs and instructional practices have been found to influence the development of physics identity, there is no clear evidence about the kinds of instructional practices that might  ...  In the context of our study, physics identity is used to refer to four components that support the conceptualization of an individual as a physics person as follows: competence, performance, interest,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11165-021-10019-5 fatcat:3jbvywsclve4hfedve6s3ou5ee

Pathology and Muluki Aain 2074

Reetu Baral
2018 Journal of Pathology of Nepal  
of procedures and results, maintain records and subscribe to appropriate, recognized quality assurance programs.  ...  <p>With the implementation of the Muluki Aain 2074, there will definitely be changes how a clinician will practice medicine.  ...  of procedures and results, maintain records and subscribe to appropriate, recognized quality assurance programs.  ... 
doi:10.3126/jpn.v8i2.19462 fatcat:4iaubfpwzvfsbdbaoumvou25my

Cultivating Teachers' Morality and the Pedagogy of Emotional Rationality

Minkang Kim
2012 Australian Journal of Teacher Education  
This paper argues that one underlying difficulty is the insufficient attention given to the role of emotion in moral reasoning, even though it is increasingly accepted that rationality is laced with emotions  ...  literacy in teacher education.  ...  A dynamics approach rejects the 'competence-performance' dichotomy in favour of a more holistic account (Overton, 2006) ; there is no logical way of deconstructing 'what is the essential, timeless, and  ... 
doi:10.14221/ajte.2013v38n1.2 fatcat:seap3kjjhvffnjltlwjh34lw4e

Generative linguistics within the cognitive neuroscience of language

Alec Marantz
2005 The Linguistic Review  
and computation of language in the mind and brain.  ...  Standard practice in linguistics often obscures the connection between theory and data, leading some to the conclusion that generative linguistics could not serve as the basis for a cognitive neuroscience  ...  That is, although only Platonism justifies the commonplace (and mistaken) interpretation of the competence/performance dichotomy, generative linguistics is not and has never been Plantonist in theory or  ... 
doi:10.1515/tlir.2005.22.2-4.429 fatcat:65z7rp2zobbcrj7jc7kgklq6ru

Page 763 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 25, Issue 2 [page]

1991 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
The Chomskyan competence-performance dichotomy is criticized as hindering a glottodidactic theory that would recognize the importance of the nonverbal component in communication.  ...  use of sign language, & questions. of how auditory language skills can be integrated into such a program. 10 References.  ... 

Page 2557 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 28, Issue 5 [page]

1994 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
R., The Rediscovery of the Mind reviewed; 9409561 second-language instruction, teacher beliefs /planning/decision-making; second-language learning strategies, mental anchors, film use, Italian learners  ...  - performance distinction redefinition; 9411015 psychological essentialism, H2O presence/absence; judgments, typical- ity ratings, extended tree solutions; undergraduates; 9409567 psychotic discourse coherence  ... 

The prevalence of the term subluxation in North American English-Language Doctor of chiropractic programs

Timothy A Mirtz, Stephen M Perle
2011 Chiropractic & Manual Therapies  
program curricula.  ...  Conclusion: Despite the controversies and paucity of evidence the term subluxation is still found often within the chiropractic curricula of most North American chiropractic programs.  ...  SMP is a full-time faculty member and on the post-graduate faculty of another of the institutions whose catalog was evaluated in this study. SMP claims no other conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1186/2045-709x-19-14 pmid:21682859 pmcid:PMC3143079 fatcat:qnjemzzjrrcxjbtps4rpcobuva

Technical and further education reforms: Theoretical issues

John Stevenson
2007 The Australian Educational Researcher  
The paper concludes that the reforms in technical and further education have pursued an image of relevance, but have mistaken how individuals construct meaning in workplace activities and the relationships  ...  It is also concluded that this mistake has serious implications for the current directions of the sector and its effectiveness in preparing people for their working lives.  ...  Many researchers advanced the case for conceptualising competent performance as flowing from underlying 'attributes' (e.g. Hager & Gonczi 1993) or cognitive dispositions and structures (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03216863 fatcat:vjor6emitrajlf5vxcvvhd2zui

What Is the Underlying Conception of Teaching of the edTPA?

Mistilina Sato
2014 Journal of Teacher Education  
The edTPA, a nationally available performance assessment for teacher candidates, has recently been developed and implemented in teacher education programs across the United States.  ...  This article takes a step back from the arguments in support of or in opposition to the assessment and asks fundamentally what the underlying conception of teaching of the edTPA is.  ...  The Competency / Performance Based Teacher Education in the 1960s and 1970s also applied a job analysis of teaching to help determine the curriculum and design of teacher education programs.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022487114542518 fatcat:qfvqcheecbg4tgrgqqtbhu62ci

The context of a culturally unresponsive curriculum

Catherine D. Ennis
1998 Teaching and Teacher Education : An International Journal of Research and Studies  
examine retrospectively the impact of federal mandates for forced school desegregation and coeducational programs on the curricular and teaching decisions of veteran teachers.  ...  The themes of curricular ownership, lack of awareness of and sensitivity to students" gender and ethnic identities, and the resulting need for student control were evident in teachers" decision making.  ...  other less competent performers from these arenas.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0742-051x(98)00016-x fatcat:tm2ab2cb2zc63p2aje5bg7xwiq

Gifted Education in the Balance: Building Relationships With General Education

Joyce VanTassel-Baska
1991 The gifted child quarterly  
Cognitive structure and processes in highly competent performance. In E.D. Horowitz & M.  ...  impair the gifted child’s own learning of ap- propriate material Could create a misleading dichotomy between programs for the gifted and minority achievement issues Could limit the concept only to “at-risk  ... 
doi:10.1177/001698629103500103 fatcat:g765dwfvwrernn4ihg5ot6t35y
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