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The impact of hierarchical positions on the type of communication within online Communities of Learning

Martin Rehm, Regina H. Mulder, Wim Gijselaers, Mien Segers
2016 Computers in Human Behavior  
Using social network analysis, we are able to show significant differences in participants' network behaviour and position based on their hierarchical rank.  ...  With practitioners and researchers looking for innovative training methods, online Communities of Learning (CoL) have been promoted as a promising methodology to foster this kind of transfer.  ...  Consequently, the quality of learning process could be further augmented. Keypoints We assess the impact of hierarchical levels on online learning networks.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2015.12.065 fatcat:43uz55pn3ne3ddk5wy4afpzvhm

Learning Culture as the Enabler of Business Transformation [chapter]

Nopriadi Saputra, Ismiriati Nasip
2020 Organizational Culture [Working Title]  
Based on the impact, organizational culture can be differentiated from the hierarchal-centralistic culture and the learning culture.  ...  The development of organizational culture should not only impact on work engagement but also learning agility of people in the organization.  ...  In addition, the learning culture also has a positive and significant impact on learning agility of the employees.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.91175 fatcat:5b5nhbgyivenzjub65winjxnvi

Page 640 of Journal of Management Education Vol. 26, Issue 6 [page]

2002 Journal of Management Education  
HIERARCHICAL REGRESSION AND MEANS ANALYSIS We performed a hierarchical regression to test Hypothesis 4, which pre- dicted that the impact of the lecture will be less than the impact of the service- learning  ...  Therefore, the service-learning treatment had an impact on student intentions to participate in community service. Lecture and service-learning treatment.  ... 

Leadership Mindsets of First-Year Undergraduate Students: An Assessment of a Leadership-Themed Living Learning Community

Allison Dunn, Summer Odom, Lori Moore, Craig Rotter
2016 Journal of Leadership Education  
At the end of the program year, students had larger systemic scores than when they started the program, but their hierarchical thinking scores remain fairly steady.  ...  First-year college students in a leadership-themed living-learning community (N= 60) at Texas A&M University were surveyed to examine if participation in the learning community influenced their leadership  ...  His primary research focus is collegiate leadership with an emphasis on high impact learning programs (HIPS). Hierarchical Thinking and Systemic Thinking.  ... 
doi:10.12806/v15/i3/r6 fatcat:p44uvbyik5a3hgdq3umjq6gn3m

Parent-child Play within Information Technology: A Quest for Quality Family Atmosphere

Mei-Ju Chou, Chiou-Fan Fen
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
With the parents' pressures in work worries, the impact of Information Technology on parenting style and family atmosphere is a worthwhile topic for the purpose of meeting young children's learning and  ...  This paper intends to emphasize the preschool children parents' parent-child playing within the usage of Information Technology and its impact on family atmosphere.  ...  whether it has a positive or a negative impact on the family relationship.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.1342 fatcat:zmafruojwndr3mfl7lq7dljgtu

Page 54 of Human Resources Abstracts Vol. 40, Issue 1 [page]

2005 Human Resources Abstracts  
Keywords: community development; education; globalization; individual development; knowledge; learning; organizational learning Since there are increasing international concerns with both the positive  ...  The study suggests that this version of diver- sity management potentially leads to changes in the positions of ethnic minorities, primarily in the form of assimilation, as it maintains a focus on the  ... 

Contested Perspective from Undergraduate Students and Teachers on Formative Assessment: A Qualitative Study

Sylvia Mustika Sari, Kertamaya Sundawan
2021 RSF Conference Proceeding Series: Medical and Health Science  
Results: The subthemes interpreted from students such as (1) high concern on final scores, (2) no impact for next learning activities, (3) negative feedback is accepted as a consequence, (4) instructive  ...  The concept of "assessment for learning" has been widely defined as a form of assessment that facilitates students' learning.  ...  mechanism of assessment that has a positive impact on student learning, represents as the "assessment for learning" concept.2,3 However, the relationship between assessment and student learning still  ... 
doi:10.31098/cpmhs.v1i1.264 fatcat:2zli7nwri5ax3hlpaeefn7u2lu

Application and evaluation research on group decision-making model in English teaching

Wei Dong, Ying Shi, Chunyi Lou, Yan Ding, X. Liu, J. Wang, N. Li
2016 SHS Web of Conferences  
This paper researches the issues of English teaching by the use of the group decision-making hierarchical structural assessment model, which aims at clearly resolving the problems in the examination of  ...  The group decision-making hierarchical structural assessment model can ultimately construct a quantitative index assessment system based on the weight analysis and combined with the multi-index quantification  ...  With China's growing impact on the international community, China's economy, culture and society also integrate with the world.  ... 
doi:10.1051/shsconf/20162501014 fatcat:irh4ftoy7vendauojc3nljq7ri

The Hierarchy Myopia of Organizational Learning

Kira Choi, Namgyoo Kenny Park, Jinju Lee
2015 Academy of Management Proceedings  
On the flipside, some studies have investigated the critical barriers to learning.  ...  Previous studies have been interested in how to maximize both the efficiency and the effectiveness of organizational learning.  ...  However, compared to hierarchical organizations, the positive impact on the learning performance of non-hierarchical organizations is marginal.  ... 
doi:10.5465/ambpp.2015.11673abstract fatcat:4dzfrmsfwvfy5ot7ritdanxhty

Page 859 of Educational and Psychological Measurement Vol. 60, Issue 6 [page]

2000 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
No evidence of greater dependence on the other domains was found for the learn- ing process measures.  ...  Thus, the impact of the negative affective state of Tense Arousal was mediated by the attention variables.  ... 

A hybrid and flexible discovery algorithm for wireless sensor networks with mobile elements

Koteswararao Kondepu, Francesco Restuccia, Giuseppe Anastasi, Marco Conti
2012 2012 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)  
Since visit times are typically unpredictable, one of the main challenges to be faced in this kind of networks is the energyefficient discovery of mobile collector nodes by sensor nodes.  ...  We have investigated the performance of the proposed approach, through simulation, and we have compared it with existing adaptive algorithms that only leverage either a learning-based or a hierarchical  ...  Figure 6 . 6 Impact of the Discovery Range on the activity ratio. Figure 7 . 7 Impact of the Discovery Range on the energy per contact.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2012.6249311 dblp:conf/iscc/KondepuRAC12 fatcat:hdqpoy2zmrcebi3brmwdrhf3dq

Teachers' choice of using practical activities - a hierarchical classification attempt

Frode Olav Haara
2015 European Journal of Science and Mathematics Education  
level, as they are primary impact factors that seem to depend on adaptation to responses at the secondary impact factor level.  ...  A study, based on qualitative responses from mathematics teachers, then gives grounds for suggesting that a hierarchy of impact factors regarding the choice to use a practical activity in mathematics teaching  ...  Through a logical division in levels of learning and communication, with the levels labelled 0, 1 and 2, he suggests that the influence of personal features on learning processes should be organized hierarchically  ... 
doi:10.30935/scimath/9441 fatcat:d7rpoeb3enabffcmskkmx2axba

2021 Index IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology Vol. 2

2021 IEEE Open Journal of Vehicular Technology  
The primary entry includes the coauthors' names, the title of the paper or other item, and its location, specified by the publication abbreviation, year, and inclusive pagination.  ...  Note that the item title is found only under the primary entry in the Author Index.  ...  ., +, OJVT 2021 346-364 F Fading channels Measuring the Impact of Beamwidth on the Correlation Distance of 60 GHz Indoor and Outdoor Channels.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ojvt.2022.3151527 fatcat:4i6zsziyc5eajlo3zyldcmuflu

Hierarchical lifelong topic modeling using rules extracted from network communities

Muhammad Taimoor Khan, Nouman Azam, Shehzad Khalid, Furqan Aziz, Jerry Chun-Wei Lin
2022 PLoS ONE  
Lifelong topic models extend topic models by learning topics continuously based on accumulated knowledge from the past which is updated continuously as new information becomes available.  ...  The proposed approach extracts hierarchical structural information among the rules by representing textual documents as graphs and analyzing the underlying communities in the graph.  ...  It represents the nodes with positive and negative values, indicating a possible split as the nodes of positive values may form one sub-community while the others may form another sub-community.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0264481 pmid:35239700 pmcid:PMC8893656 fatcat:gpwnrciaoza4powmjrwawfpsa4

Encouraging Community Service through Service Learning

Anne M. McCarthy, Mary L. Tucker
2002 Journal of Management Education  
Thus, there is some evidence of a hierarchical impact of the course activities on student intention to participate in community service.  ...  HIERARCHICAL REGRESSION AND MEANS ANALYSIS We performed a hierarchical regression to test Hypothesis 4, which pre- dicted that the impact of the lecture will be less than the impact of the service- learning  ... 
doi:10.1177/1052562902238322 fatcat:xichhu3ocve75g5bhjn2qrcr6a
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