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Examining Trajectories of Elementary Students' Computational Thinking Development Through Collaborative Problem-Solving Process in a STEM-Integrated Robotics Program

Yi-Chun Hong, Yingxiao Chen, Yu-Fen Yang
2021 Journal of Educational Technology Development and Exchange  
Building on the existing literature that has emphasized programming skill development, this study expands the focus to examine students' use of underlying CT cognitive skills during collaborative problem-solving  ...  They recorded most debugging behaviors initially in the problem-solving process, but after accumulating more experiences their uses of other CT skills, including algorithmic thinking, pattern recognition  ...  With the nature of case study, three pairs of volunteering students were selected to be the focus of our investigation, with two pairs consisting of a boy and a girl and a pair of boys.  ... 
doi:10.18785/jetde.1401.02 fatcat:btkkezlqqvfmrijyvk6kuaiciq

Level of Transformation of Motor Skills in Female Volleyball Players Influenced by Training Operators

Ifet Mahmutović, Izet Radjo, Munir Talović, Rasim Lakota, Haris Alić, Eldin Jelešković
2016 Sport Mont Journal  
Sample variables are divided in two groups: 9 variables of assessment of basic motor skills and 5 variables of assessment of situational motor skills.  ...  This program appeared to be efficient.  ...  In order to determine transformation of situational motor skills we used T-test for two dependent groups (Paired-Samples T-test), which show us differences between arithmetic means (Table 2 ).  ... 
doaj:815bce566a93478a815206d5c0ba1480 fatcat:ziptsb6py5cedabusj7b57okou

Page 364 of Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport Vol. 28, Issue 4 [page]

1957 Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport  
Determining the extent of transfer of learning between two activities which involve similar elements and patterns when these skills are not learned at the same time; 3.  ...  Determining the extent of transfer of learning between two activities which involve some similar elements and patterns when these skills are learned at the same time; 2.  ... 

Examining the Impact of an English in Action Training Program on Secondary-School English Teachers' Classroom Practice in Bangladesh

Abdul Karim, Abdul Mohamed
2019 The Qualitative Report  
in the training program and the elements practiced in the training program.  ...  The aim of the study was to examine the impact of EIA training program on secondary-school English teachers' classroom practice in Bangladesh, drawing the questions in relation to the elements learned  ...  I want to acknowledge the contribution of my school, School of Educational Studies in the journey. The teachers who participated in my study, I am grateful to you.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2019.3703 fatcat:e7sy2hus7jc4jaimwr3valwb7e

International Judging System of Figure Skating: A Middle Grades Activity on Decimal Operations

Diana Cheng
2012 i-manager's Journal on Mathematics  
The activity involves students' rating a pairs team's performance and computing the team's score through a simplified version of the International Judging System (IJS).  ...  In this presentation, the scoring of the art of figure skating is explained mathematically.  ...  At an event like the Olympic Games, where there were 20 pairs teams, the long program event lasted more than two hours.  ... 
doi:10.26634/jmat.1.4.2045 fatcat:hndcwhyjkrckpctecsoxb4xot4

A MOBILE APP DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MODEL EMPHASIZING COMMUNICATION SKILLS, TEAMWORK, AND USER-CENTERED DESIGN

2018 Issues in Information Systems  
Mobile app development can be complex and requires a specific set of technical skills for coding, as well as an understanding of interface design for a variety of mobile devices.  ...  two focused on iOS.  ...  In this mobile app development project, teamwork was incorporated through the use of pair programming. Pair programming is an approach where two students work together on the same development task.  ... 
doi:10.48009/3_iis_2018_22-32 fatcat:hi5lq3kztvg25lols4ypejriou

Plastic neural changes and reading improvement caused by audiovisual training in reading-impaired children

T. Kujala, K. Karma, R. Ceponiene, S. Belitz, P. Turkkila, M. Tervaniemi, R. Naatanen
2001 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Importantly, these changes were accompanied by improvement in reading skills.  ...  This study aimed at determining whether audiovisual training without linguistic material has a remediating effect on reading skills and central auditory processing in dyslexic children.  ...  Elyse Sussman for her comments on the previous version of this manuscript. This study was supported by Academy of Finland Grant 73038.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.181589198 pmid:11517333 pmcid:PMC56991 fatcat:miiq6oyvmvhcff3owckaynfv4a

An overview of "The Active by Choice Today" (ACT) trial for increasing physical activity

Dawn K. Wilson, Heather Kitzman-Ulrich, Joel E. Williams, Ruth Saunders, Sarah Griffin, Russell Pate, M. Lee Van Horn, Alexandra Evans, Brent Hutto, Cheryl L. Addy, Gary Mixon, Susan B. Sisson
2008 Contemporary Clinical Trials  
The trial involves twenty-four middle schools (1560 6th graders) in South Carolina that are randomly assigned to one of two after-school programs (motivational and life skills intervention, or general  ...  The intervention targets skill development for PA outside of program days and the after-school program social environment (autonomy, choice, participation, belongingness, fun, enjoyment, support) is designed  ...  Data is collected by trained measurement staff for each pair of schools on the same days over a period of two weeks in a lagged timeline (pair 1, pair 2, pair 3, respectively).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cct.2007.07.001 pmid:17716952 pmcid:PMC2830072 fatcat:wv6tuzfgdjd3loymsgqra3miau

Views of the Use of Self-directed Metacognitive Questioning during Pair Programming in Economically Deprived Rural Schools

Betty Breed, Elsa Mentz, Marietjie Havenga, Irene Govender, Desmond Govender, Frank Dignum, Virginia Dignum
2013 African journal of research in mathematics, science and technology education  
to direct their thinking during execution of pair programming tasks.  ...  The teachers were trained to implement pair programming and to guide learners in the application of metacognitive regulation while doing pair programming.  ...  Acknowledgement This research is based upon work financially supported by South Africa -Netherlands Research Program on Alternatives in Development (SANPAD).  ... 
doi:10.1080/10288457.2013.839154 fatcat:v5c3xoxp2newlkw4cpwsxsfx2e

Using process evaluation for program improvement in dose, fidelity and reach: the ACT trial experience

Dawn K Wilson, Sarah Griffin, Ruth P Saunders, Heather Kitzman-Ulrich, Duncan C Meyers, Leslie Mansard
2009 International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity  
The purpose of this study was to demonstrate how formative program process evaluation was used to improve dose and fidelity of implementation, as well as reach of the intervention into the target population  ...  These changes included expanding the staff training, reformatting the intervention manual, and developing a tracking system for contacting parents of students who were not attending the after-school programs  ...  Acknowledgements This article was supported by a grant (R01 HD 045693) funded by the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development to Dawn K. Wilson, Ph.D.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1479-5868-6-79 pmid:19948049 pmcid:PMC2793250 fatcat:k3r4lx4s7vhtxjull6f4tk6zqm

Digital imaging and vision analysis in science project improves the self-efficacy and skill of undergraduate students in computational work

Tessa Durham Brooks, Raychelle Burks, Erin Doyle, Mark Meysenburg, Tim Frey
2021 PLoS ONE  
From there, scholars tackle image analysis problems using a pair programming approach and can finish the summer with independent research.  ...  The outcomes of the DIVAS project support the efficacy of building computational skill through repeated exposure of scholars to relevant applications over an extended period within a community of practice  ...  Chris Huber for allowing us to use his introductory chemistry course for this study, and Sarah Zulkoski for her tireless advocacy and support of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0241946 pmid:33951052 pmcid:PMC8099079 fatcat:jymrq3ooind6vbhx7ktj5uyjiu

TRAINING EFFECTS ON GENERAL AND SPECIFIC MOTOR SKILLS ON FEMALE VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS 13-14 YEARS OLD

Goran Nešić, Dejan Ilić, Nikola Majstorović, Vladimir Grbić, Nedžad Osmankač
2013 sportlogia  
In this study, the sample of variables is divided into two sub-samples (variable assessment of general motor skills and variables to assess specific skills in volleyball).  ...  The physical growth and development of motor skills, are important components that can be programmed to act physical exercise and training.  ...  by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia -The cycle of scientific projects 2011-2014.  ... 
doi:10.5550/sgia.130902.en.007n fatcat:d6ncthevjzdfzjsdwmug747xye

Efficacy of psychosocial rehabilitation program: The RFS experience

S Kalyanasundaram, N Suryanarayana Rao, Rupasri Chowdur, Ramaprasad Dharitri
2011 Indian Journal of Psychiatry  
Thus, each subject had two sets of scores. A paired sample t-test was done to assess the changes in the residents between admission and discharge.  ...  Training programs have an impact on psychiatrically disabled persons' skills in a variety of areas, including personal hygiene, activities of daily living, physical fitness, use of public transport, interpersonal  ...  • Enter each reference in new line, without a serial number. • Add up to a maximum of 15 references at a time. • If the reference is correct for its bibliographic elements and punctuations, it will be  ... 
doi:10.4103/0019-5545.75563 pmid:21431008 pmcid:PMC3056188 fatcat:qhslvfnapfctvlael35zopf3yi

The Implementaton Quantum Teaching Method of Graduate Through Up-Grade Hard Skill and Soft Skill

Rima Rachmawati
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The result showed that the ability of both of two class did mean the different, so that Quantum Teaching method has still not optimal to up-grade the skill of student.  ...  While the ability of soft skill (problem & communication) between two class has different, in case Quantum Teaching method has optimal to up-grade student's soft skill.  ...  The activity will divide into several phases (source: Guidance Teaching Grant Program B.21_up-grading the quality of teaching learning) Model Plan Level Model Plan level consist of two level, there are  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.09.1214 fatcat:bvdclm4gtrd7pijmahq65m6i6i

No Longer out of Reach: Blended Competency-Based College Models for Accelerating Higher Education for Refugee Students

Meagan Hoff, Khaleel Shreet
2020 Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education  
Using the ecological model of college readiness, we found that refugee students benefited from a combination of the project-based program format coupled with in-person support.  ...  The purpose of this study was to understand how a competency-based college program facilitates access to college for students from refugee backgrounds.  ...  The design of the program, in particular, the academic support paired with the CBE model, helped participants develop several of the key elements of academic readiness within the ecological model of college  ... 
doi:10.32674/jcihe.v12iwinter.1380 fatcat:mrpdvgxpdzeehevqboi4kpl42a
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