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What Makes for Good Views for Contrastive Learning? [article]

Yonglong Tian, Chen Sun, Ben Poole, Dilip Krishnan, Cordelia Schmid, Phillip Isola
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Contrastive learning between multiple views of the data has recently achieved state of the art performance in the field of self-supervised representation learning.  ...  To verify this hypothesis, we devise unsupervised and semi-supervised frameworks that learn effective views by aiming to reduce their MI.  ...  We thank Kevin Murphy for fruitful and insightful discussion; Lucas Beyer for feedback on the manuscript; and Google Cloud team for supporting computation resources.  ... 
arXiv:2005.10243v3 fatcat:36l33k5k7vhp3gylsyrigifyyq

Learning From Learning

Marcia Ozier
1985 Contemporary Psychology  
His developmental perspective views adaptation and pathol- ogy relative to developmental level; what is adaptive at one level may be viewed as pathological in a more mature individual.  ...  Along with other sources for that kind of learning, this Learning is extremely worthwhile. References Held, R., & Hein, A. (1963).  ... 
doi:10.1037/023329 fatcat:cknn4k5vubaedftuour4dnekui

May Each Learn?

Renáta Anna Dezső
2014 The Hungarian Educational Research Journal  
East-west contrasts in a seven-country study.  ...  The research on which this contribution is based was undertaken in the context of the project 'Identifying barriers in promoting the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance at institutional  ...  East-west contrasts in a seven-country study.  ... 
doi:10.14413/herj2014.02.05 fatcat:hg3fls2sojcalld6pnkfrwdh5m

Learning Style in Language Learning Classroom

Fitri Devi Enjelina Silitonga, Sri Menty Pinem, Lovita Simbolon, Laura Maloni Lingga, Erikson Saragih
2020 Yavana Bhasha : Journal of English Language Education  
Where the purpose of this study is to describe their learning styles related to learning styles for language acquisition.  ...  <p>This article describes the concept of language learning styles in the classroom and the characteristics of students for each of their learning styles in language learning.  ...  style from the point of view for perceptual modality preferences.  ... 
doi:10.25078/yb.v1i1.1377 fatcat:hqhdnhczwjevjeatzgt5hexzoa


Masruddin Masruddin
2018 Ideas  
This article describes the concept of learning style and the learners' characteristic of each learning style of students in language learning.  ...  The three main types of learning style are not absolute, of course. Many learners learn through a variety of senses.  ...  Those contrastive differences usually bring about serious problem for language teachers in presenting the material.  ... 
doi:10.24256/ideas.v6i2.518 fatcat:s5ajmqo4ojed3ed3jgnapp6iuy

Organizational learning the Nordic way: learning through participation

Thomas Dahl, Eirik J. Irgens
2022 Learning Organization  
Education policy in the 2000s, by contrast, imported the concept of the learning organisation that primarily viewed learning as an instrumental process of knowledge production.  ...  Originality/value The authors add to organisational learning theories by demonstrating the importance of cultural context for theories and showing that the understanding of learning is historically and  ...  Organisational learning was a way for organisations to develop in contrast to the traditional hierarchical way, in which what organisations should do and learn was decided from above.  ... 
doi:10.1108/tlo-05-2021-0065 fatcat:yizd6ayj3jbzrahq2yrxsxgxke

Helping physics students learn how to learn

Andrew Elby
2001 American Journal of Physics  
Think about the material you learned for last week's quiz. ͑a͒ What role did memorization play in your learning of the material? ͑b͒ What makes the material ''hard''? ͑  ...  By contrast, I wanted students to view homework as an opportunity to learn the material, where ''learning'' involves thinking through a problem, getting feedback, and modifying your thinking accordingly  ... 
doi:10.1119/1.1377283 fatcat:smv266bswrf6tpxhyggvotp3oy

Are learning sets learned? A reply

Allan M. Schrier, Claudia R. Thompson
1984 Animal Learning and Behavior  
In contrast, what Menzel and Juno's animals have shown is fast associative learning to approach specific objects and to avoid other objects, a strong go/no-go tendency to specific objects.  ...  The basis of learning set formation has been the subject of a good deal of speculation since Harlow (1959) first attempted to account for it in a systematic manner, although Harlow's is the only theoretical  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03199821 fatcat:fp45hp3fvveufl57wn67lxzlju

Teachers' learning in a learning study

Mona Holmqvist
2010 Instructional Science  
The results show the impact of contrasts in the pupils' learning outcomes.  ...  In every learning study cycle contrasts are used in one lesson, and in the analysis of the effect of the contrasts, the two remaining lessons are used as control groups.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank professor Georg Stenberg, Kristianstad University College, for his work with the data analysis and the written explanations (see Hypothesis testing above) on the  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11251-010-9138-1 fatcat:xy2pykdnpfeodce53wnjnlygea

Personalisation of Learning in Virtual Learning Environments [chapter]

Dominique Verpoorten, Christian Glahn, Milos Kravcik, Stefaan Ternier, Marcus Specht
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This article elaborates a different view on personalisation than what usually occurs in this area.  ...  Making their personal interaction footprints visible contrasts with the back-office usage of this data by researchers, instructors or adaptive systems.  ...  Irrespective to the type of learning, there is only scant research on what makes a student feel that a learning experience is personalised.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04636-0_7 fatcat:c5dgjn3dnnejlgsszxczsomb4q

Lessons Learned

Daryl Siedentop
2002 Journal of teaching in physical education  
Actually this is a group of small lessons about the explanatory systems one uses to make sense of the world in general and research data in particular, what Tom Kuhn (1970), in the Structure of Scientific  ...  Instead, what I will do is reflect on some of the forces that have shaped who I have become as a scholar and a professional educator.  ...  Starting from that narrow sense, I eventually learned of the risk of conjuring up what are likely to be insignificant differences and making a big deal out of them.  ... 
doi:10.1123/jtpe.21.4.454 fatcat:z4m4ui6tnbe45dvnczekrbwxaa

Autonomous learning: A teacher-less learning!

Nima Shakouri Masouleh, Razieh Bahraminezhad Jooneghani
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
In fact, autonomy in language learning is a desirable goal for philosophical, pedagogical, and practical reasons. But what is oppressed here is the role of teacher.  ...  need for guidance.  ...  Little (1991) seems to make a useful statement on what autonomy is NOT: (1) autonomy is not a synonym for self-instruction; in other words, autonomy is not limited to learning without a teacher; (2) in  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.09.570 fatcat:folmzntvjfdrvkjphbxrehedry

Learning War/Learning Race

Maria Kromidas
2004 Critique of Anthropology  
What figured most prominently in the students' talk and writing was their racialization of a far-away and ill-defined enemy.  ...  Specifically, the goal was to capture what children do in fact know through an investigation of their modes of speaking and writing about these events.  ...  ., 1997; Goode, 2001; Goode et al., 1992) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/0308275x04041081 fatcat:5kfayxbibvdjpirdnwzg3y3k44

Conceptions of learning and understanding learning at work

Paul Hager *
2004 Studies in Continuing Education  
In investigating what makes learning productive and what pedagogies enhance this, there is a tendency to take the notion of learning as unproblematic.  ...  The main focus of this paper is to problematise the concept of 'learning' and to identify the implications of this for attempts to understand learning at work and the conditions that enhance it.  ...  In attempting, however, to characterise what makes learning productive and what pedagogies enhance this, there may be a tendency to take the notion of learning as unproblematic.  ... 
doi:10.1080/158037042000199434 fatcat:u452vlvdszablcqcqibspjg6ue

Search Literacy: Learning to Search to Learn

Max L. Wilson, Chaoyu Ye, Michael B. Twidale, Hannah Grasse
2016 Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval  
to help searchers learn as they search.  ...  These are common exploratory search conditions, where users don't quite know enough about the domain to know if they are submitting a good query, nor if the results directly resolve their need or can be  ...  The voting mechanism also allows an indication of collective views of what makes a good question, including seeing your own question being up-voted as it is improved.  ... 
dblp:conf/sigir/WilsonYTG16 fatcat:surtfrjmbzbotjwvv5xonkueda
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