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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

How can be put "learner- oriented assessment" in practice?

M Bayimbetova
2022 Ренессанс в парадигме новаций образования и технологий в XXI веке  
By assessing students' passions, learning styles, success skills, and levels of rigor, teachers can create a student-centered classroom.  ...  Traditionally, assessment plays a large role in the world of studying and directs learners towards what is important and what they should be doing in order to further progress [Boud, 2006: 22].  ...  This enables learners to develop into more autonomous learners with good reflective awareness and strategies for lifelong learning.  ... 
doi:10.47689/innovations-in-edu-vol-iss1-pp198-199 fatcat:k3ceiddykzcb5djukfgqi26sxi

The advantages of communicative methods of teaching foreign languages

Z Baratova
2022 Zamonaviy lingvistik tadqiqotlar: xorijiy tajribalar, istiqbolli izlanishlar va tillarni o'qitishning innovatsion usullari  
The goal of language teaching is to develop what referred to as "communicative competence". This term is coined in order to contrast a communicative view of language and theory of competence.  ...  The elements of teaching and learning process are the teacher, the leaner as well as the good learning environment.  ... 
doi:10.47689/linguistic-research-vol-iss1-pp252-254 fatcat:ets2hj22pngwxci3gwg6b2kyfi

Seeking Exemplars in the Wild: Exploring How Students Find Design Examples to Support Personalized Learning

Yu-Chun Grace Yen, Steven P. Dow
2022 Proceedings of the Ninth ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale  
Our results also indicate that, despite giving access to many examples, none of the existing platforms provide explicit support for learning.  ...  Examples help students learn insights about key domain principles and processes. However, little is known about how students leverage the Web to discover and learn from examples.  ...  We also thank all the student participants for sharing insights for our survey study.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491140.3528303 fatcat:teah2uu5xrdexopfhrkzffnio4

Bringing the Rhetoric of Assent and the Believing Game Together—and into the Classroom

Peter Elbow
2005 College English  
Wayne and I express our common debt to Polanyi for his powerful account of the necessary role of trust in all good thinking--what he calls the "fiduciary transaction."  ...  (I wrote this before Wayne's Modern Dogma-a work I gratefully learned from for my later essay, "Methodological Doubting and Believing.")  ...  people get a literal feeling for a point of view: role playing and making sounds, movements, or gestures.  ... 
doi:10.2307/30044680 fatcat:xwmqkime5zgbhaizksipqbbxvy

Page 569 of Contemporary Psychology Vol. 31, Issue 8 [page]

1986 Contemporary Psychology  
In contrast to the tradi- tional view of school learning as the add- ing of new responses or procedures to a student’s repertoire, the cognitive view involves what Wittrock calls “assimilative learning  ...  In contrast to the tradi- tional, psychometric view of evaluation as determining “how much students can do,” the cognitive view highlights “‘what students know.”  ... 

Page 445 of Journal of Teacher Education Vol. 14, Issue 4 [page]

1963 Journal of Teacher Education  
The reason for this difference of opinion is not so much a disagreement about the recommendations for education as a contrast in the interpretations of what constitutes an application of learning theory  ...  which of the laws of learning apply to what tasks.  ... 

ANADİL KULLANIMI İLE ÖZERKLEŞTİRİLMİŞ DİLBİLGİSİ ÖĞRETİMİ: ÖĞRENCİLERİN SESİNDEN

Meliha R. SİMSEK
2014 International Journal of Language Academy  
grammar instruction for five weeks.  ...  process, but also results in a more meaningful, comprehensible and memorable kind of learning.  ...  -If you make use of Turkish, the first learning becomes easy. We can understand what is used for what more easily.  ... 
doi:10.18033/ijla.126 fatcat:5hewq3h6xrfzdinylm4zjljtwa

Language-Specific Effects in Cross-Language Research and Their Implications for Second Language Acquisition: A Theoretical Enquiry

Enikő Pál
2018 Acta Universitatis Sapientiae: Philologica  
Our main interest is in phonetic learning.  ...  In determining what makes infants' speech perception go through a sudden change, they assumed that since phonological categories are not innately given for children to recognize the organizing principles  ...  For example, it is easier for adults to discriminate contrasts between speech sounds which have phonological function in their native language, i.e. they distinguish word meanings, than contrasts that  ... 
doi:10.2478/ausp-2018-0010 fatcat:ulycn3aofralnn47nl4deqc3de

'Doing the business': paradox and irony in vocational education – GNVQ business studies as a case in point

Madeleine Wahlberg, Denis Gleeson
2003 Journal of Vocational Education and Training  
Correspondence Madeleine Wahlberg, Centre for Education and Industry, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, United Kingdom (m.wahlberg@warwick.ac.uk).  ...  There are contrasting views amongst the tutors of what being a 'second class' student means.  ...  By contrast the tutor who leaves it up to students to learn for themselves is seen to be unprofessional.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13636820300200243 fatcat:yifha235vneuhmd4ytm623fhmy

'Doing the business': paradox and irony in vocational education – GNVQ business studies as a case in point

Madeleine Wahlberg, Denis Gleeson
2003 Journal of Vocational Education and Training  
Correspondence Madeleine Wahlberg, Centre for Education and Industry, University of Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL, United Kingdom (m.wahlberg@warwick.ac.uk).  ...  There are contrasting views amongst the tutors of what being a 'second class' student means.  ...  By contrast the tutor who leaves it up to students to learn for themselves is seen to be unprofessional.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13636820300200238 fatcat:p3i2mqiubrbqvnxkfj2hdxan4e

Digital Developments in Higher Education: Theory and Practice, edited by Peter Roberts and Mark Chambers. Cambridge, UK: Taylor Graham Publishing, 2001. 190 pp. $55.00. ISBN 0-947568-78-6

Bertram C. Bruce
2004 The Information Society  
A second view, which contrasts sharply with 15 that large-scale vision, reflects a common personal reluctance to engage with digital learning, and highlights the effort required for meaningful use of new  ...  That individualization is good, and it is not good. Education is changed for the better, and it is not.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01972240490456971 fatcat:girvlno7yrgozgpf4afsnbvd5q

The rat-a-gorical imperative: Moral intuition and the limits of affective learning

Joshua D. Greene
2017 Cognition  
The acquisition of good moral intuitions requires both good (representative) data and good (value-aligned) training.  ...  With this in mind, Railton (2014) urges a more optimistic view of moral intuition. Is such optimism warranted?  ...  concerning my previously stated views, which Railton contrasts with his own.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2017.03.004 pmid:28343626 fatcat:b7ju7oogtnfxbiv5kkhlvhz7eq

Students' Observations and Perceptions of Teacher "Performances" in the Classroom

Leanne Dalley-Trim
2007 Australian Journal of Teacher Education  
Specifically, it addresses the students' perceptions of the qualities or characteristics of their teachers, and the sets of practices employed by the teachers; and the students' views of the types of learning  ...  learn from the students with regards to effective teach-er/ing practice.  ...  foster effective classroom contexts, and how they might make the learning process a more enjoyable one for students.  ... 
doi:10.14221/ajte.2007v32n1.2 fatcat:coixnv3yubgirodyi2pdk7go6u

A Study of Policy for Providing Feedback to Students on College English

Liping Chen
2009 English Language Teaching  
But good feedback should encourage the students' deep approach to learning.  ...  Feedback is central to the development of effective learning in college English. This article presents a study on feedback to students on college English.  ...  Good feedback comprises not just commentary about what has been done, but suggests for what has been done next.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v2n4p162 fatcat:o5ltbncwezcbhmhifkkdqcgdje
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