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On the Construction of Teacher Knowledge from the Perspective of Sociology of Knowledge: Exemplified with Teachers of Open University of China

Junxian Chen
2018 OALib  
According to the analysis of principles of sociology of knowledge, the mission of Open University of China is building a knowledge system.  ...  In light of the path to acquiring objective realism and subject constructionism, teacher knowledge covers practical knowledge and theoretical knowledge.  ...  In other words, according to the requirements of social circle, Open University teachers must acquire or build teacher knowledge in order to finish social function granted by their so- With information  ... 
doi:10.4236/oalib.1104397 fatcat:ghct3dp42fdnzggkauc7kkyuki

Georgia Tech Information Security Center Hands-On Network Security Laboratory

R.T. Abler, D. Contis, J.B. Grizzard, H.L. Owen
2006 IEEE Transactions on Education  
The laboratory is unique in that it uses an isolated laboratory network that provides a simple model of the Internet, including an enterprise network component, a university component, a "good" Internet  ...  This setup is in contrast to typical educational laboratories, which use only a few physical computers with virtual machines.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank Cisco field representative J. Berg, who was instrumental in helping architect, select, and set up the equipment. The authors would also like to thank M.  ... 
doi:10.1109/te.2005.858403 fatcat:3yslcm5myjcdpbqdtm26yzslny

See One, Do One, Teach One: Advanced Technology in Medical Education

J. Vozenilek
2004 Academic Emergency Medicine  
Highfidelity simulation: Emergency medicine residency programs should consider the use of high-fidelity patient simulators to enhance the teaching and evaluation of core competencies among trainees.  ...  Findings: Web-based teaching: 1) Every ED should have access to medical educational materials via the Internet, computer-based training, and other effective education methods for point-of-service information  ...  Very little is known about use of the Internet in emergency departments.  ... 
doi:10.1197/j.aem.2004.08.003 pmid:15528578 fatcat:ix64tm2avfhjzawppdso6zu5cy

Research on Online Virtual Energy-Saving and Environment-Friendly Building Design and Implementation Based on VRML

ZhengWen Lai, QingLiang Zeng, Shiyuan Zhou, Balakrishnan Nagaraj
2022 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
The application analysis was carried out using a real energy-saving demonstration project as the research object.  ...  In order to change the status quo of lacking holistic and intuitive research on building energy efficiency in China, an online virtual energy-saving and environment-friendly building system based on VRML  ...  Analysis of Results Simulation of Building Energy Consumption. The DeSTc software was used to carry out the energy consumption simulation [18] .  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/5869037 fatcat:vsijfpqir5ayllto7caqmbwo6i

The potential of Web-based mapping and virtual reality technologies for modelling urban environments

Simon Doyle, Martin Dodge, Andy Smith
1998 Computers, Environment and Urban Systems  
We are interested in affordable"off-the-shelf" software that is relatively easy to set-up and use and which requires standard PCcomputing power preferable to a home user with a modem link (i.e., not high-end  ...  The advantages and disadvantages which these technologies offer will be considered in terms of the level of realism and interactivity available to the end user.  ...  The realism required in the three-dimensional models to be effective for our purposes will needs to be fit for purpose and there may be scenarios where building textures are required or alternative scenarios  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0198-9715(98)00014-3 fatcat:dpfztgqo3zb5jpxneufoy6q6xe

Intensive simulation training on urological mini-invasive procedures using Thiel-embalmed cadavers: The IAMSurgery experience

Guglielmo Mantica, Giovannalberto Pini, Davide De Marchi, Irene Paraboschi, Francesco Esperto, André Van der Merwe, Heidi Van Deventer, Massimo Garriboli, Nazareno Suardi, Carlo Terrone, Rosario Leonardi
2020 Archivio Italiano di Urologia e Andrologia  
There was improvement in the median self-rating of the laparoscopic skills before and after the training camp with a mean difference of 0.55/5 points in the post-training skills compared to the basal (  ...  The objective of the study was to evaluate the benefits perceived by the use of cadaver models by IAMSurgery attendees and to define indications to standardize future similar training camps.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS A kind and sincere thank you to Dr. Heidi Van Deventer for the English editing.  ... 
doi:10.4081/aiua.2020.2.93 pmid:32597107 fatcat:yfudsjoiibfs5pyhcvswtobgzm

Virtual Worlds in Health Care Higher Education

Constance M Johnson, Allison A Vorderstrasse, Ryan Shaw
2009 Journal of Virtual Worlds Research  
Second Life®, currently the largest virtual world, has been used in higher education, including health care education at the Duke University School of Nursing.  ...  Students have indicated higher levels of satisfaction with the learning environment and quality of instruction in this VW compared to other online learning systems.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was funded in part by Duke University Center for Instructional Technology, Durham, NC.  ... 
doi:10.4101/jvwr.v2i2.699 fatcat:l4irtpnppnd6rgvkelerkgvxmq

Virtual zooarchaeology: building a web-based reference collection of northern vertebrates for archaeofaunal research and education

Matthew W. Betts, Herbert D.G. Maschner, Corey D. Schou, Robert Schlader, Jonathan Holmes, Nicholas Clement, Michael Smuin
2011 Journal of Archaeological Science  
VZAP also implements unique 3D scanning protocols to increase the realism of 3D models, and delivers them on a platform that allows for point to point measurements, cross-sections, morphological labels  ...  Osteological reference collections are a crucial tool in archaeofaunal analysis, but few are comprehensive; most lack a broad range of taxa or multiple individuals per taxon.  ...  We would especially like to thank the Burke Museum, and in particular Jeff Bradley, for providing ongoing access to their northern osteological collection.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jas.2010.06.021 fatcat:gyxxmdtu6ffnfani4oujo73x64

The Use of Cyber Ranges in the Maritime Context

Kimberly Tam, Kemedi Moara-Nkwe, Kevin Jones
2020 Maritime Technology and Research  
., space, smart buildings, business IT) maritime has yet to take advantage of the available cyber-range technology to assess cyber-risks and create appropriate training to meet those risks.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to use studies on the concept of cyber ranges to provide evidence on why the maritime sector should embrace this technology for maritime-cyber training, and envision how they  ...  Content reflects only the authors' views, and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.  ... 
doi:10.33175/mtr.2021.241410 fatcat:3qpeufgapzeplhrd4avkm6xksi

3D virtual reality experiments to promote electrical engineering education

M. Travassos Valdez, C. Machado Ferreira, Maria Joao M. Martins, F. P. Maciel Barbosa
2015 2015 International Conference on Information Technology Based Higher Education and Training (ITHET)  
Higher Education institutions use multiple approaches to teaching and learning, combining a range of methods, including e-learning, videoconferencing, face-to-face teaching and hard-copy resources in course  ...  The developments in information and communication technologies (ICT), including multimedia and internet-based education platforms, facilitate the creation of reliable solutions to these challenges.  ...  It is also necessary an analysis of the tools and techniques currently in use, due to the high demand and complexity in building 3D virtual environments in which the speed, complexity and knowledge is  ... 
doi:10.1109/ithet.2015.7217957 dblp:conf/ithet/ValdezFMB15 fatcat:zw5o472qlbhznlmwsclcjw4f4i

Architectural Geo-E-Learning [chapter]

Ernest Redondo, Albert Sánchez Riera, David Fonseca, Alberto Peredo
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The teaching experience was carried out with Master Architecture students, and developed in two subjects focused on the use of ICT and Urban Design.  ...  The basis of our claim lies in the skills improvement that students can achieve thanks to their innate affinity to digital media features of new Smartphones.  ...  them useful in having no prior knowledge In a correlation analysis a high correlation (0.69) w and the quality of the prese teaching experience.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39420-1_21 fatcat:r3vt3bk7fngnjj5dq65z62t7ta

The Discursive Construct of Virtual Angels, Temples, and Religious Worship: Mormon Theology and Culture in Second Life

David W. Scott
2011 Dialogue : A Journal of Mormon Thought  
participating in cyberspace; and according to Peter Horsfield, the inf luence of digital media is producing major consequences for religious institutions and ideologies.  ...  Cyberspace is changing the way religion is practiced in contemporary society.  ...  This analysis is grounded in the constructivist theory of worldview building as applied to religious belief systems.  ... 
doi:10.5406/dialjmormthou.44.1.0085 fatcat:7tqmxb3yqnartc673tyx7uuvwy

Use of Online Video Cases in Teacher Training

Levent Bayram
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
This study tries to review studies about video case based teaching and highlight the important points of video in teacher education.  ...  For the past decade, online video case studies have become known as a way of distributing cases via the Internet.  ...  The demonstration of own teaching behavior is another method of video usage in teacher education. These videos help teacher trainees to build a realistic image of their own performance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.06.770 fatcat:632fgtyn3fevvbwxazrcldohki

Online-synchronized clinical simulation: an efficient teaching-learning option for the COVID-19 pandemic time and: beyond

Diego Andrés Díaz-Guio, Elena Ríos-Barrientos, Pablo Andrés Santillán-Roldan, Santiago Mora-Martinez, Ana Sofía Díaz-Gómez, Joel Alejandro Martínez-Elizondo, Adrián Barrientos-Aguiñaga, Maria Nathalie Arroyo-Romero, Alejandra Ricardo-Zapata, Alfonso J. Rodríguez-Morales
2021 Advances in Simulation  
In Latin America, before the pandemic, the use of non-presential simulation was very limited and anecdotal.  ...  AbstractFace-to-face clinical simulation has been a powerful methodology for teaching, learning, and research, and has positioned itself in health science education.  ...  Availability of data and materials The anonymized data used for the analysis of the present study are available from the corresponding author on reasonable request.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41077-021-00183-z pmid:34488895 fatcat:xjntplrmhfauflhzxfucqwfhsm

Effective Integration of Information and Communication Technologies in Blended Learning Programs: A Morphogenetic Approach

Dee Pratt
2014 The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education  
A critical realist approach is suggested, using Margaret Archer's morphogenetic approach to social structure in order to provide a deep-theory explanation for effective integration of ICT in blended learning  ...  This is because critical realism provides a meta-theory for exploring causality at the ontological level, and accepts the existence of diverse epistemological positions in its ontology, rather than prescribing  ...  Dee Pratt: The author worked as Research Co-ordinator for the DUT Faculty of Arts & Design up to her retirement in December 2010, and is now assisting with research capacity building and continuing with  ... 
doi:10.18848/2327-7955/cgp/v20i02/48694 fatcat:lbyqng7tt5cpvdep5rt5ahutfu
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