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Developing a unified psychological model of coaching and mentoring in supporting the learning and development of adolescents

Qing Wang, Ian Millward
2014 International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring  
The paper proposes a unified psychological model of coaching and mentoring for those involved in supporting the learning and development of adolescents and describes the dynamic processes.  ...  Coaching and mentoring have been studied extensively with specific regard to learning theories; however, there is a lack of coaching and mentoring research that is both grounded in psychological theory  ...  focus of our research to developing a more unified psychological model of learning coaching and mentoring.  ... 
doaj:387dad41fe1e42239467b770cc759e1e fatcat:2he5agkjkrgr7ogp66ul6lyhg4

Flow theory and learning in the Brazilian context: a systematic literature review
Teoria do fluxo e aprendizagem no contexto brasileiro: uma revisão sistemática de literatura

Alanda Maria Ferro Pereira, Sheyla C. S. Fernandes, Ig Ibert Bittencourt, Amarillys Félix
2022 Educação e Pesquisa  
Thus, this study aims to conduct a systematic literature review to understand how flow theory is being used in the context of education and learning in Brazil.  ...  Two hundred and sixty studies were found, however, only 5 met the inclusion criteria of this study, that is, to present flow theory as the main theme, to be linked to education, and to be a study conducted  ...  Propose a framework to integrate the Toward a unified modeling of learner's growth process and flow theory Theoretical/qualitative 2016 Geiser C.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1678-4634202248237870eng fatcat:4vaxuljnqbef3io3nrth4o5q3i

Toward a Learning/Instruction Process Model for Facilitating the Instructional Design Cycle [chapter]

Yusuke Hayashi, Seiji Isotani, Jacqueline Bourdeau, Riichiro Mizoguchi
2009 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Thus, this work aims at proposing a unified modeling framework for learning and instruction based on ontologies that has the potential to support some phases of instructional design.  ...  Many instructional design models have been proposed and their benefits are evident. However, there is lack of a common and formal notation to describe the product of the design.  ...  Towards a Comprehensive ID Process Management This section gives an overview of the main phases of the available ID process models and discusses the requirement for comprehensive learning/instructional  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-03115-1_15 fatcat:zkspvtbfqjfbnasotlkupo6xru

Developing the theory of formative assessment

Paul Black, Dylan Wiliam
2009 Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability  
This paper aims to offer such a rationale, within a framework which can also unify the diverse set of practices which have been described as formative.  ...  It would seem more important to concentrate on the theoretical models of learning and its regulation and their implementation.  ...  It would seem possible to incorporate Boekearts and Corno's three elements, the processes of growth in learnng and of well-being, and the volitional strategies, in this model, for they are Conditions,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11092-008-9068-5 fatcat:ceht57ozofgi5kt42gravoh7g4

Institutional support systems for international students: Towards a peer-support model for post-secondary international students

Zachary Reimer
2020 figshare.com  
It puts forward some suggestions for implementing and operating a peer-support model for post-secondary international students as informed by literature review and observations made while working as a  ...  The participant observation research conducted in support of this article was completed at the University of Lethbridge from September-December 2019 and was approved on behalf of the University of Lethbridge  ...  peer-support programs have been studied as well, there is a lack of a unified, grounded model for peer-support.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13070705.v6 fatcat:cnllrqeptvcvnjfbtboa7rwkh4

E-mobile Acceptance Using Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT): Research on Universities in Jordan

Saleem Issa Al-Zoubi, Maaruf Ali
2019 Annals of Emerging Technologies in Computing  
The study fuses the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology ("UTAUT") model with the cultural paradigm and educational variables. 100 valid questionnaires distributed to random Jordanian students  ...  The validity of the overall model was proven statistically with an acceptable fit of the data to the measurement model.  ...  The model for Jordanian university M-learning students took in constructs from the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use Technology (UTAUT).  ... 
doi:10.33166/aetic.2019.04.003 fatcat:tx3ltg7dsrb5rdvh4ci3nziy7e

A Midrange Theory of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education: A Pedagogy for a Student-Centered Classroom

Katie Love
2014 Creative Nursing  
The purpose of this article is to propose Empowered Holistic Nursing Education (EHNE) as a midrange theory—developed through induction, explication, deduction, and retroduction—to help nurse educators  ...  The model's 5 core concepts, how to use the model as a pedagogy for practice, and its application to research will be presented.  ...  The teacher-student relationship has the opportunity for transcendence toward a rewarding relationship of growth and healing, just as in a nurse-patient relationship (Cumbie, 2001; Jackson, 2004; Leathard  ... 
doi:10.1891/1078-4535.20.1.47 pmid:24730192 fatcat:tcxhq3477nerrlgbpfj3zcecby

A dialectical reading of Dynamic Systems Theory: Transcending socialized cognition and cognized social dualism in L2 studies

Saeed Karimi-Aghdam
2016 Language and Sociocultural Theory  
Language and Sociocultural Theory, 3(1) Abstract Dynamic systems theory (DST) has affordances to be a quintessential metatheoretical architecture for the nuancing of the time-locked mechanisms and processes  ...  A dialectical reading of dynamic systems theory: Transcending socialized cognition and cognized social dualism in L2 studies.  ...  I owe special thanks to the editor of the journal, James P. Lantolf, for his continual support and constructive comments.  ... 
doi:10.1558/lst.v3i1.27547 fatcat:eu7kssygkfd3bpenzq7o37ns2a

Classroom Learning Assessment Interpretation in Journalism and Mass Communication in Higher Education: A Focus on Andragogy in Radio/ Television/ Film Production

Eric U Dogini
2015 Review of Journalism and Mass Communication  
Whatever the focus and format, the basic purpose of classroom assessment is to determine what learner's want and educators need to improve learning.  ...  For an assessment to be accurate and balance, they must be free of bias and distortion, provide barrier-free environments to both non-traditional and traditional learner.  ...  of adult learning or a unifying concept for adult education" (p. 21).  ... 
doi:10.15640/rjmc.v3n1a1 fatcat:cyx5e33bxfao5jmchoiww5u5oq

The Teaching Brain and the End of the Empty Vessel

Vanessa Rodriguez
2012 Mind, Brain, and Education  
We must debunk the empty vessel theory of teaching and accept that a perfect teacher for all students is a myth. Continued exploration toward this goal will remain fruitless.  ...  The teaching brain is a term that I use to encapsulate all of the processes invoked during the act of teaching. It is also a framework  ...  Acknowledgments-Thank you to Kurt Fischer for his help and guidance during the preparation of this special section.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1751-228x.2012.01155.x fatcat:tb6ez25afrfitndelgwgishmwa

Educational Implications That Arise From Differing Models of Human Development and Their Repercussions on Social Innovation

José Víctor Orón Semper, Kleio Akrivou, Germán Scalzo
2019 Frontiers in Education  
, and their repercussion on social innovation with the intention of opening up reflection in the field of education and of inspiring its practitioners to rethink the model they assume.  ...  The AS and PS models understand cognition as a primarily rational mastery exercise, with the difference that PS uses relationships and diverse psychological faculties for the subject's cognitive development  ...  moral orientations toward knowledge and action.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2019.00139 fatcat:fjuxh7daqfbn7bmiwgv4iin2j4

Personalized Education in the AI Era: What to Expect Next? [article]

Setareh Maghsudi, Andrew Lan, Jie Xu, Mihaela van der Schaar
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, while providing a brief review of state-of-the-art research, we investigate the challenges of AI/ML-based personalized education and discuss potential solutions.  ...  The objective of personalized learning is to design an effective knowledge acquisition track that matches the learner's strengths and bypasses her weaknesses to ultimately meet her desired goal.  ...  Recent approaches include 'item response theory' (IRT) models that enable the estimation of latent knowledge mastery levels and knowledge tracing models that pursue the evolution of a learner's knowledge  ... 
arXiv:2101.10074v1 fatcat:l5qyvdo64navfdmfaletowjdwm

Preparing student nurses for contemporary practice: The case for discovery learning

Derek Chambers, Andrea Thiekötter, Lara Chambers
2013 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
It reviews the factors that led to the growth of modern constructivism and how nurse educators can use concepts such as heuristics and scaffolding and spiral curricula in order to better prepare nurses  ...  One such pedagogical approach is Bruner's theory of discovery learning. This paper explores the ways in which discovery learning can be used by nurse educators.  ...  A process he called the spiral curriculum. This was further developed in Reigeluth and Steins [56] seminal work on "The Elaboration Theory of Instruction".  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v3n9p106 fatcat:ajlz3icrfbhn7p6tkvelnf5kwu

From STEM to STEAM: An Enactive and Ecological Continuum

Ronnie Videla, Claudio Aguayo, Tomas Veloz
2021 Frontiers in Education  
The approach describes education as a process of embodied cognitive assemblage of guided perception and action.  ...  to understanding deep roots of the learning process.  ...  process of learning within the framework of a dynamic systems theory model integrating enactive and ecological approaches considered as a continuum.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2021.709560 fatcat:6x2sybvxcfhdnd26pp6f2qouhq

Educating for the future: A conceptual framework of responsive pedagogy

Kari Smith, Siv Måseidvåg Gamlem, Ann Karin Sandal, Knut Steinar Engelsen, Kar-wai Tong
2016 Cogent Education  
Teaching and assessment focusing on the learning of factual knowledge will not serve the needs of the learners in the future, as it does not prepare for life-long learning in a per today not definable  ...  The concept responsive pedagogy used in this paper is the recursive dialogue between the learner's internal feedback and external feedback provided by significant others.  ...  Self-efficacy and self-determination theory A person's self-efficacy towards a specific task will have an impact on the effort put into it, and the result of one's actions will influence self-efficacy,  ... 
doi:10.1080/2331186x.2016.1227021 fatcat:w2iuuld4mndr3f4mrju2rgpazm
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