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Curriculum for adult learners [article]

2022 Zenodo  
This course is part of the Erasmus+ project "ASL - Adult Self-Learning Supporting Learning Autonomy in a Technology Mediated Environment", implemented by a consortium of six partners from Turkey, Greece  ...  The project's specific goals are as follows: to teach learners how to acquire new skills and competencies using learning innovative practices and digital technologies; to develop a functioning collaborative  ...  One can only guess at how these numbers from 2019 will spike in 2020, the year of the COVID-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6570344 fatcat:vgucanvpavcpvdpdoek5fltria

Evaluating videoconferencing systems for the quality of the educational experience

Ana-Paula Correia, Chenxi Liu, Fan Xu
2020 Distance Education  
Think-aloud experiment: users think out loud about their goals, plans, and recreations as they work with a system.  ...  Abstract conceptualization enables one to think and generate new concepts, understandings, and strategies for action.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01587919.2020.1821607 fatcat:ypkxbvb2cfh53m5yyl44mg7lny

"Elinor's Talking to Me!":Integrating Conversational AI into Children's Narrative Science Programming

Ying Xu, Valery Vigil, Andres S. Bustamante, Mark Warschauer
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
CCS CONCEPTS • Social and professional topics → Children; • Human-centered computing → Empirical studies in interaction design.  ...  These programs' potential can be amplifed if children are allowed to socially interact with media characters during their video watching.  ...  However, research restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic limited our sample size and conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3502050 fatcat:cdejiwfu65fgljfb3ikbigmsni

Poster Presentation Abstracts, 25th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators, June 12–17, 2021

2021 Medical Science Educator  
CONCLUSIONS: Machine learning via cluster analysis resolved conflicting reports of the moderate relationship of medical student PD, emotion regulation, and disposition.  ...  For this platform, we created a presentation on the "Symptoms and preventative measures for COVID-19 in children and adults" to increase awareness of COVID-19 infection in children.  ...  RESULTS: The initial 2 weeks were spent on literature review to understand the pathogenesis of COVID-19 and how it compares to prior epidemics and pandemics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40670-021-01454-0 pmid:34868729 pmcid:PMC8629599 fatcat:w55cevsdu5hslilpcvxonpyncu

Impact of Assistive Technologies to Inclusive Education and Independent Life of Down Syndrome Persons: A Systematic Literature Review and Research Agenda

Venera Krasniqi, Katerina Zdravkova, Fisnik Dalipi
2022 Sustainability  
To assess their impact and estimate how much they are implemented in inclusive education, a review of 564 papers published after 2015 was done using the PRISMA review model.  ...  of people with IDD during health emergencies, with emphasis on the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they missed almost a year of extracurricular activities in the center which additionally degraded their communication and practical skills.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14084630 fatcat:zphqcyq6hvc3jaqpwodyewp6ri

Editors' Column

Hope Parisi, Cheryl C. Smith
2021 Journal of Basic Writing  
I outline these observations here to display how assignments that incorporate both visual art and writing can help basic writing students develop creative-critical thinking and an understanding of transfer  ...  Even though Class 3 was not a "normal" Basic Writing course because of the COVID-19 pandemic, I still included it as a case study because I think it provides insight into the chaos experienced by Dada  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.2021.40.1.01 fatcat:spbh6oka2zg6no3j4dy6wi5coi

Complete Issue - Vol 78, No 1 (2020)

North Carolina Libraries
2020 North Carolina Libraries  
Six of the packets were redesigned to incorporate more visual elements, whitespace, and larger font, to make them easier for older adult learners to interact with.  ...  Just think of what might have happen if the Allies had run out of gas? Like Eisenhower we must learn from out past mistakes and plan for future events similar to COVID-19.  ...  Anyone traveling along I-40 and gets cut off in heavy traffic, will recall the power of paralingustic signs given and received (think birds here).  ... 
doi:10.3776/ncl.v78i1.5381 fatcat:zhrnf57e3ratpmplmrcrvajt7e

Dealing With Disaster: Coping With Suffering. Interview With Katie E. Cherry, PhD

Carly Breslin
2022 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
She shared preliminary findings from her dissertation and provided information on impressive protocols and adaptations to conduct research in a safe and sound setting during times of COVID-19.  ...  The Impact of COVID 19 on Mental Health Workers Tristan Brass & Shawn R.  ...  Additionally, during the ceremony, officers read aloud the Platonic myth to officially welcome the inductees with a fun story.  ... 
doi:10.24839/2164-9812.eye26.3.32 fatcat:tlrahpslizbcti5s3lutmrqi44

A Feasibility Study on an Ultra-Brief Intervention for Improving Freshmen's Emotional Intelligence

Keith A. Puffer, Kris G. Pence, Abigail E. Ferry
2021 Journal of Intelligence  
Further, the larger part of the sample (71%) reported higher stress levels during this season with COVID-19.  ...  Mayer et al. (2002) indicated older participants (e.g., ages 25-34) tend to have higher EI scores than younger adults (e.g., ages 18-24).  ... 
doi:10.3390/jintelligence9030036 pmid:34287301 fatcat:2zrybkxbnra2znp2x45r3cvf2a

OLJ June 2022 26(2)

Mary Frances Rice
2022 Online Learning  
the COVID-19 pandemic?  ...  However, because of the COVID-19 pandemic at the time of the study, they had been delivering all their synchronous meetings and class sessions online via Zoom.  ...  Even for residential universities that house students on campus and primarily conduct in-person classes, the COVID-19 pandemic has proven that no university is exempt from needing to think about dynamic  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v26i2.3442 fatcat:mdm7ki2nsza4bhokjqvsmmffom

Validation psychométrique de la version arabe de la mesure de la force mentale

Issam Eddine Ben Chelbi, Jaouad Alem, Driss Boudhiba, Sabeur Hamrouni, Sabri Gaied Chortane
2021 Zenodo  
We used a 3D device to immerge 17 coaches in a simulation of a volleyball game and used the think aloud protocol (Ericsson & Simon, 1993) to collect the observations made during the game.  ...  during the Covid-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5390588 fatcat:d3dgaiko4rhuvoxuq3v4mmcr5e

A Defense of (s)crappy Robots [article]

Ryan Jenkins, Mairéad Hurley, Eva Durall, Sebastian Martin
2020 Zenodo  
We propose a more scrappy, playful approach to thinking about engineering and robotics that relies on learners manipulating recycled containers, cardboard, vegetables or other everyday materials to create  ...  Constructionist education philosophy suggests that learners develop understanding about science, art and technology by creating physical artifacts that strengthen the connections.  ...  Special thanks to the teachers and students of the elementary school for students with visual impairment where we conducted our research.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5501878 fatcat:snjtztj37fbbpeszscwhk63uj4

63rd Annual Scientific Meeting American Headache Society ®

2021 Headache  
Conclusion: To date, our results suggest mechanistic links between NHE1 and HSP90 occur in BBB endothelial cells during CSD with studies ongoing using tissue collected prior to COVID-19.  ...  However, it is still unclear how DORs regulate migraine-associated symptoms. The aim of this study was to determine if DORs interact with the promigraine peptide PACAP and the PAC1 receptor.  ...  In the ranking exercise, participants were shown a pre-specified list of acute and preventive pharmacologic treatment outcomes and asked to rank those in order of importance while providing a "think aloud  ... 
doi:10.1111/head.14130 pmid:34081778 fatcat:ot7iebtcczhnzorpteio7x2eje

Improving critical thinking about treatment claims, evidence and choices. Development and evaluation of an intervention to improve the ability of parents of primary school children in Uganda to critically appraise the trustworthiness of claims about treatment effects and make informed health choices

Daniel Semakula
2020 Zenodo  
Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin as a treatment of COVID-19: results of an open-label . Beth Griffin.  ...  Alcohol and COVID-19: what you need to know. 2020. Accessed 14 Apr 2020. 12.  ...  to listen and understand (or literacy levels) their motivation, and many more.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4749079 fatcat:wh3xuhpwpffydmencp3hpu7mue

Proceedings for the 3rd Shaw-IAU Workshop on Astronomy for Education: What Everybody Should Know about Astronomy Education [article]

Asmita Bhandare, Giuliana Giobbi, Colm Larkin, Rebecca Sanderson, Eduardo Penteado, Niall Deacon, Gwen Sanderson, Anna Sippel
2021 Zenodo  
It is not an invasive way if we design the didactical structure thinking in "him", in each one of the learners; it would be invasive, imperialistic, totalitarian, if we teach the same, independently of  ...  For example, reading aloud some written information while the students read it will help everybody to understand and remember it better, in particular those with reading problems, or the visually impaired  ...  One way could be thinking -or re-thinking -the activities so that, for example, there is less need for written content, they use more visual materials.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5768700 fatcat:m7ltmzzmjbcr3inrdnweemstly
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