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Applying a Theoretical Model for Explaining the Development of Technological Skills in Statistics Education

James Baglin
2013 Technological Innovations in Statistics Education  
Instructors need a better understanding of how these important skills are developed.  ...  and email) and found that EMT was slightly better for analogical transfer and moderately better for adaptive transfer.  ... 
doi:10.5070/t572013781 fatcat:75njet6y5vbdvc5zwzvw6dpbiq

Building towards Expertise in CME (Continuous Medical Education): Suggestions for a New Paradigm

Marcel Martin, Paul Ouellet, Zeeshan Aslam
2017 Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology  
To build towards expertise, one has to accept to modify his way of practicing, including: (1) a need to reflect on and about the action; (2) a continuous concern about our competence to practice; (3) tireless  ...  This is in reality a new conception of CME in medicine.  ...  From the world of simulation, the second part of the revolution is the inclusion of neuroscience 12 in cognitive psychology to develop a better D DAVID PUBLISHING Building towards Expertise in CME (Continuous  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-2150/2017.02.006 fatcat:ip7n4mbqfngubazvrfgbpjyvuq

Basic foundations for building cognitive skills and expertise

Marcel Martin, Paul Ouellet, Zeesham Aslam
2017 Journal of Translational Science  
To build towards expertise, one has to accept to modify his way of practicing, including: 1) A need to reflect on and about the action, 2) A continuous concern about our competence to practice, 3) Tireless  ...  effort to combine metacognition and mental practice in a trans-disciplinary approach, 4) Practice cannot be complete without adding research with neuroscience, understanding neuroplasticity, modulation  ...  By achieving better understanding of cognition and metacognition with neuroimaging, we feel global knowledge will evolve on two fronts : 1-Precision in education with personalized cognition and 2-With  ... 
doi:10.15761/jts.1000173 fatcat:6pkllrtab5fuvehso7jgzdxin4

Introduction to Online Learning Volume 23, Issue 1

Peter Shea
2019 Online Learning  
They surveyed 469 teachers using an instrument designed to better understand attitudes toward online delivery of professional development.  ...  This study seeks to understand the experience of successful African American online students in order to enhance our understanding of barriers and identify supports needed to address these issues.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v23i1.1965 fatcat:vvnct3u57ndzblh4m4zkerdc5i

An assessment method for a designerly way of computational thinking

Elif Belkıs Öksüz, Gülen Çağdaş
2020 A/Z ITU journal of Faculty of Architecture  
Within this regard, architecture is one of the fields that require careful consideration of these cognitive aspects towards CT.  ...  Considering the differences in their conceptual background and reflective practices, it can be said that the abstraction of a visual thinker may not always constitute the way that CT requires.  ...  For a visual thinker, this can be achieved by developing a better understanding of these features and their counterparts through a set of practices in different levels and forms of abstraction.  ... 
doi:10.5505/itujfa.2020.86729 fatcat:mptbcj4iyrc3tmpbivh2ypydqm

Successful coach learning: Digital workbook informed by pedagogical principles

Hedda Berntsen, Elsa Kristiansen
2019 International journal of sports science & coaching  
Finally, the coaches highlighted transfer of the presented learning material to their practice experiences.  ...  Thematic analysis of the interviews revealed visualization, awareness, and transfer to one's practice as the three main themes describing the educational value of the digital workbook.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to coaches and athletes at the Norwegian College of Elite Sport for their participation in this research project. A big thanks to Professor of Education, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1747954119835439 fatcat:azuhoxf6vffalpmlyx6zf64i3m

Exploration for Understanding in Cognitive Modeling

Kevin Gluck, Clayton Stanley, L. Moore, David Reitter, Marc Halbrügge
2010 Journal of Artificial General Intelligence  
The cognitive modeling and artificial general intelligence research communities may reap greater scientific return on research investmentsmay achieve an improved understanding of architectures and modelsif  ...  We demonstrate this methodological prescription with two of the models submitted for the Dynamic Stocks and Flows (DSF) Model Comparison Challenge, exploring the complex interactions among architectural  ...  Acknowledgements The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense or the U.S. Government.  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10229-011-0011-7 fatcat:t4ju7o73czb6nls5vh3gk5eori

Towards Automatically Detecting Whether Student Learning is Shallow

Sujith M. Gowda, Ryan S. Baker, Albert T. Corbett, Lisa M. Rossi
2013 International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education  
Recent research has extended student modeling to infer not just whether a student knows a skill or set of skills, but also whether the student has achieved robust learning-learning that enables the student  ...  transfer or PFL).  ...  Thus, we view this detector as a second step-building on the first step of transfer and PFL detectors-towards educational software that can predict and respond automatically to differences in the robustness  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40593-013-0006-4 fatcat:c5nfdhshcjhspe2bhxap74bsny

The Importance of Redefining Geriatric Expertise in Nursing Homes to Reduce Unnecessary Hospitalizations

Franziska Zuniga, Lori Popejoy, Amy Vogelsmeier
2021 Innovation in aging  
Both projects will give examples of different models of care which can be feasibly implemented to sustainably decrease unnecessary hospitalizations, in different contexts and with different resources.  ...  We will discuss the influence of race on multiple hospital transfers and present possible interventions to reduce transfers.  ...  Basel University, Ostermundingen, Switzerland Models of care have shown effectiveness in reducing unplanned transfers in nursing homes (NHs) from 11.7% to 6.1%.  ... 
doi:10.1093/geroni/igab046.2116 fatcat:gqjsek62hjcj5ek5z5ttxz6moa

Pedagogical Tools to Enhance the Cognitive Skills of (Humanitarian) Design Engineers: The Rationale

Thomas H. Colledge
2017 International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering  
tools to better prepare the prospective engineers for the careers that lie ahead of them.  ...  science courses, and analysis courses to understanding engineering as a way of thinking – promoting deeper conceptual understanding of core fundamental ideas and preparing students to be lifelong learners  ...  SL efforts may touch upon many of the goals listed, but training in lifelong learning skills, such as: the theory and practice of problem solving, critical thinking, metacognition, an understanding of  ... 
doi:10.24908/ijsle.v12i1.8631 fatcat:ok2j2mawp5fpxhkthgjqbfm7va

Data mining and education

Kenneth R. Koedinger, Sidney D'Mello, Elizabeth A. McLaughlin, Zachary A. Pardos, Carolyn P. Rosé
2015 Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science  
For example, we discuss 1) how different statistical assessment methods were used in a data mining competition to improve prediction of student responses to intelligent tutor tasks, 2) how better cognitive  ...  We review how EDM has addressed the research questions that surround the psychology of learning with an emphasis on assessment, transfer of learning and model discovery, the role of affect, motivation  ...  Making better predictions about student learning is a first step toward both improving understanding of student cognition underlying learning transfer and improving learning outcomes.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcs.1350 pmid:26263424 fatcat:3olx4w3borhnlfptqksutuqyqa

CHANGES IN THE CONTEMPORARY DIDACTICS IN LATVIA

Jeļena Davidova, Irēna Kokina
2014 Spring University. Changing education in a changing society  
The understanding of a human development and consequently of the educational process in the contemporary Latvia's pedagogy has the following accents:  student's activity in learning/teaching process;  ...  for the analysis of the classification of didactic models.  ...  , their functions and unity, the better it works practically" (Žogla, 2001a, 134) .  ... 
doi:10.15181/atee.v1i0.678 fatcat:rzz7pls3hvg63a6ytnj3lfsoka

Is There an Instructional Framework for 21st Century Learning?

Shu-Shing Lee, David Hung
2012 Creative Education  
exam) Zone of practice  Traditional instructional system + in-field practice  Personal understanding of explicit knowledge through embodiment in authentic tasks and problems  Focuses on codified knowledge  ...  The current schooling system is great in leveling up students' literacy but it does not develop flexible understandings of concepts.  ...  5) Engaging in meta-cognitive processes to regulate and transfer learning within and across contexts.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ce.2012.34071 fatcat:2y7nwvnngbhwrnaz57yyxouq34

Towards effective evaluation and reform in medical education: a cognitive and learning sciences perspective

Vimla L. Patel, Nicole A. Yoskowitz, Jose F. Arocha
2008 Advances in Health Sciences Education  
There have been recent advances in cognitive and learning sciences theories, some of which can inform medical educators about best teaching and learning practices and their impact on the evaluation process  ...  The review begins with an overview of evaluation and assessment in education, followed by an overview of major theories from the cognitive and learning sciences.  ...  Acknowledgements The writing of this manuscript was supported in part by funds from the College of Medicine, University of Arizona, Phoenix, in Partnership with Arizona State University. References  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10459-007-9091-1 pmid:18214707 fatcat:7uww57yrvva47mzijqomcm5o7q

Critical Thinking: Frameworks and Models for Teaching

Mansoor Fahim, Samaneh Eslamdoost
2014 English Language Teaching  
Nevertheless the process faced with complications such as teachability potentiality, lack of practical frameworks concerning actualization of CT tasks, and transferability obstacles, as well as lack of  ...  Developing critical thinking since the educational revolution gave rise to flourishing movements toward embedding critical thinking (CT henceforth) stimulating classroom activities in educational settings  ...  awareness, understanding, and management of ones cognition" (p. 18) .  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v7n7p141 fatcat:6s2rk4ed3ffzdj3tfxisbggyk4
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