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The educational process of instructing.
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The pandemic have caused worldwide shutdown of educational institutions for safeguarding the children from the deadly disease. The schools were forced to teach the students via online methods. What will be the long term impact of such an online education system and how will it affect the students in the long run?
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Many students drop out of school during the pandemic in developing countrie.
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Has the quality of Online teaching improved or deteriorated?
Secondly after teaching online for almost 18 months, how difficult or easy it would be for the teachers to go back to the normal mode of teaching particularly with online teaching they were having access to teaching material at their command.
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Ca Vinod Sharma I believe that the quality of online education has improved, which is not to say that it is good or that it has been a good resource, but at least it is better than at the beginning of the pandemic. I learned to use and incorporate new features and got used to this model, I think that's what contributed to the improvement of the process. As for the other question... I really think this is going to be a new learning experience. Returning to face-to-face teaching, I will try to incorporate some elements that I have been using with my students, such as the use of some tools and technologies that can help in this process.
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Hello, fellow education research and action leaders,
As part of an education-focused project, Green Teach for Opportunity, a small team and I are researching the opportunities and paint points educators perceive related to teaching sustainability skills* across and among disciplines. I read and appreciate your work on this topic, following many of you, and also offer several books, articles, and informal research papers here on Research Gate as well.
The question above is an attempt to better understand the level of interest, indifference, and relevance faculty and teachers (secondary and post-secondary) are feeling about sustainability skills education in general, and also related to career preparation specifically. If you would kindly answer this question, it would be helpful to know the relevance, if any, you see on a scale of 1-10 (1-least important/relevant and 10 most important/relevant).
"Relevant for what," you may ask? The intent here is primarily to gauge the relevance or importance you see relative to the learning objectives for your particular course or curriculum (specifically, for classes you teach, or courses of study you directly support, i.e., in a curriculum development or similar role.)
It would also be helpful to know your title, discipline, or major you instruct or support, and also your state (if in the US) or country. If you wish to provide your name and email to stay posted on findings and updates from the Green Tech for Opportunity project, that is of course not necessary, but would be appreciated.
*The term "Sustainability" in this question is meant to encompass diverse concepts and approaches related to sustainable well-being for all, including environmental, regenerative, sustainable development, conservation, and green education. Although these terms represent some variation in vision and approach, there is usually a good deal of overlap in intent. Your opinions on this matter are also welcome.
My contact information: L. Julian Keniry - [email protected] - 1-202-999-9244
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I think is very important to prepare students at universities and also to accomplish visits from time to time to High Schools with university staff concerning this matter.
Skills (technical & soft) and competencies are now crucial in career developments for youngsters, Prof. Lisa Julian Keniry
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I am looking for information about the first examples on the concept of the hospital as a place for assistance, teaching and research. My first known hospital with that scheme was the Allgemeines Krankenhaus (General Hospital) in Vienna. Has anyone some insights and information on this subject?
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I start with isothermal compressibility. Any other ideia?
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You're welcome Rogério C Sassonia and I hope that you will find many great ideas: https://www.geogebra.org/search/Physics
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Proverbs are the pride of many nations around the globe. They offer one with teachings of wisdom in just a sentence. Proverbs have a deeper meaning that give them their sweetness. Some may sound provoking, but no contesting that they define the society belief systems as well as principles.
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"Life is not a continuum of pleasant choices, but of inevitable problems that call for strength, determination, and hard work".
Indian Proverb
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Questionnaire on Teaching Competencies for Higher Education institutions.
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  • Hi! To whom should this questionnaire be directed? To students, teachers or administration? There are problems with such a questionnaire concerning who you direct it to. Teachers can have personal meanings about the quality of their teaching, independent of all other factors. Student-based questionnaires easily become a student happiness test, independent of learning results, and a questionnaire to school/ university administration becomes easily dependent on number of open complaints - where quality is the same as silence.
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During the last 15 months online learning was the only possible method to continue our mission in teaching our students in all stages. What was the best video Conferencing tools you have used? What are its main advantages? Do you recommend to be used from all colleagues?
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In my University used ITC tools, Google meet, Zoom, Noodle,
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i learned to write with a filler but today pencils (soft or medium) are pretty common -as they have been in other parts of the world. are there any scientific studies on the effect of weight, ergonomics an refill-type on learning to write?
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No pen / pecil . Only mouse . In most of the tab there is an option for dogital pencil - https://www.pinterest.com/pin/528680443750445959/
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The online assessment is of great challenges to the faculty and administrative during COVID_19 especially if we are looking for achieving the accreditation in Medical School teaching, What are the great challenges and possible solutions for them?
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Muhammad Ziaul Hoque
, the WFME organization will around to publish a new standard for online distant learning and definitely it will include the standard for online assessment.
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How can Gardners' theory of Multiple Intelligence (MI) be used in tailoring e-assessments given that online teaching in its various categories, have come to stay and facilitators have to ensure there is a "human face" while teaching online?
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Dear Dr. Osei!
You spotted a relevant issue. I did find a study that relate to this topic:
J. Ángeles Islas et al. (2021).Theory of multiple intelligences applied on teamwork with intervention under Challenge Based collaborative Learning strategy for improvement of online learning.International Journal of Education and Research Vol. 9 No. 2 February 2021, Free access: https://www.ijern.com/journal/2021/February-2021/07.pdf
Yours sincerely, Bulcsu Szekely
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Dear Dr and professors! We need to get reviews on our dissertation from foreign doctors and professors. Please give us your feedback. Who wants to help us please let us know and send you email
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I will be available to help by 10th August. In case you still require the service by then, you may reach me. Thanks.
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For teaching our students about priorities in food waste management I often use the Moerman Ladder. My questions is: what is the original source that should be referred to? Would anyone know a proper reference as best citation for the Ladder of Moerman?
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We are in search of the key educational theories that may serve as a 'best fit' to inform educational interventions adopted by various stakeholders to improve health professionals students teaching and learning of pharmacology and eventually transform their ways of thinking and practising.
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Cognitivist theory and constructivism.....agree with Faraz Khurshid Orlando M Lourenço Orlando M Lourenço Silvia Fränkel Frits F. B. Pals
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Hello Research Gate Community!
I am teaching a class on immunology for a general cell biology course, pretty much following the immunology chapter in Alberts (chapter 24). I was confused about a figure think I may have found a mistake in figure 24-47 but wanted to check with the community since my immunology background is not particularly strong. In the attached figure 24-47, on the right it shows antigen presentation between the effector-T-cell and B-cell. As I understand it, and as described in the legend, B cells bind antigen via their BCR, internalize and proteolyze it and and present it on MHC class II, which is recognized by the TCR on the T-cell. In the picture, I think the TCR-Antigen-MHC-II complex is upside down. The TCR (in black) should be down, attached to the T-Cell, right? And the MHC-II (green) should be above, on the B-Cell, right? I want to make sure I understand the process well for the class and would also report this mistake to the publishers. Thanks for your help!
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I totally agree with @Sayed Abdelwahab
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Dear Dr and professors! We need to get reviews on our dissertation from foreign doctors and professors. Please give us your feedback. Who wants to help us please let us know and send you email
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year dear i m welling to help you.
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Hi every one, I am teaching Math for for Engineering field (undergraduate). I have a lot textbooks but need your guide or advice for some books could help me to make lecture note.
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I like Bird's Higher Engineering Mathematics (by John Bird).
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Please introduce me to a book that is suitable for teaching nanotechnology to middle school and high school students and has educational and experimental activities in the field of nanotechnology.
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Dear Abbas Moradi, hope the following references will be helpfull. My Regards
DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.96078
Introduction to Nanoscience, De Gabor L. Hornyak, Joydeep Dutta, H.F. Tibbals, Anil Rao
Essentials of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
De Narasimha Reddy Katta, Ph.D
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For getting into a college, the student works day and night, getting good marks, cracking the competitive exam and enters. Some of the students follow well, some may be lagging behind and need to put sufficient effort. In this phase, some may not follow and needs someone to teach them closely even the class teacher clarifies doubts. Are tutions necessary for a college student?
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Ideally it should not be .ﹰBut in ﹰWest ﹰBengal , India it is a chronic habit of both teachers and student.
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Any Recommendations on Textbooks for Teaching Research Methods in Information Systems?
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Besides King’s book mentioned above, you could check out the latest book edited by Williamson and Johanson (2018) and published by Elsevier. Here is the full citation.
Williamson, K., & Johanson, G. (Eds.). (2018). Research methods: Information, systems, and contexts (2nd ed.). Chandos Publishing. https://www.elsevier.com/books/research-methods/williamson/978-0-08-102220-7
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Dear doctors and professors, I would like to ask you to review my PhD dissertation on pedagogical sciences. If anyone can help, please write down your email address!
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You can see the link of my thesis here. It is in spanish
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Ph.D. Ingrid del Valle García Carreño
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I'm currently growing Brassica rapa (Wisconsin Fast Plants) for research and teaching. For some reason this current batch has really dark stigmas instead of the yellow/green I usually see. This is the same light shelf, same pots, same trays, same seed source as previous sets but this time the stigmas are dark. The plants have consistent illumination and appear generally healthy.
The only new factor is the batch of soil, sunshine mix #4.
I am currently using some of these plants for Agrobacterium dips (floral transformation) but even my WT plants (no bacteria, no dips) show this same trait.
Has anyone seen this dark stigma trait before? If so, what does it mean? Is it just a random quirk? Did the plants still make seeds?
If the stigmas were really this color all the time it would be much easier to have my lab students perform their cross pollinations.
I just did the first set of pollinations today (hence the WT plants as a pollen source) so I don't yet know if the flowers will produce seeds.
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These are a standard stock set from a stock center and I've been using them for a few years now, seems odd to have a new phenotype pop up in all the plants. Still, this gives me a good idea, I'll contact the stock center.
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It is extensively long-familiar that all-rounding pandemic disruptions transform offline synchronous (face-to-face, real) classrooms into online asynchronous (screen-to-screen, virtual) ones. It comes with flying colors despite some pros and cons. As a consequence, a comparative analysis about digital pedagogy becomes extremely important so as to compromise with no ethical and quality violations in educational ecosystems in a more vertical direction.
At this juncture, we would like to know: what are the different integrated digitechnological tools and/or software you preferably use in your online classroom teaching, learning, and evaluation processes?
Your practical experiences and prescriptive analyses would be appreciatively helpful in the digital growth processes of diversified stakeholders conveniently.
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Moodle, Prof. P. K. Karmakar
In the best of cases, I try to use Moodle teaching philosophy combined with the open learn university philosophy in the way they teach courses. In addition, I use Khan Academy material.
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I might reword it in the following way,
'Validation of Pedagogy in Early Child Care Curriculum in Singapore'
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Hello everyone, this is not really a specific question but I'm after recommendations. Can anyone please recommend good references for beginners wanting to learn MATLAB for general biomechanical measurements (e.g. 2-D and 3-D motion analysis, force plates, EMG, ultrasound videos - muscle architecture, etc.)...
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Matheus
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Osama Ali Khodrog i recommend to you and everybody interested: my book to be release next month Applied Biomedical Engineering Using Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Models - 1st Edition (elsevier.com) in the link: Applied Biomedical Engineering Using Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Models - 1st Edition (elsevier.com). In this book AI is explained in deep explained examples using MATLAB and IBM Cloud & IBM Watson Computer
Note: Examples and dataset can be download by free at
I hope that you and everybody interested enjoy the book and let me know if you have any question.
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Dear fellow researchers
My colleagues and I are in the process of conducting an overview of systematic reviews studies on the subject “ Teaching in Evidence-Based Practice among undergraduate healthcare student: what interventions have been used and what EBP-related outcomes have been assessed and achieved among the students
In our data collection proces we also reach out to experts in the field.
So if you have expertice in the subject of teaching in evidence-based practice among undergraduate healthcare students, we would like to ask you if you are aware of any systematic review – ongoing or completed; published or unpublished that might be relevant to us
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This seems to be an interesting topic. EBP activity that can be assessed coulf be use and application of EBP questions such as PICOT, for the outcome you can explore probably outcones like , knowledge , application or quality appraisal ? Good luck on your endeavor
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A very clear and precise procedure for accuracy assessment of LUC classification using Arc GIS software?
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Hope the following links will be helpful to understand the procedures of teaching accuracy assessment of LUC classification in Arc GIS software.
You can also find many more relevant videos on youtube also.
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Dear Colleagues!
I hope you are all doing well. I have a question to all of you. I love to teach and so far I have been teaching everything from international business, marketing, management to organisational psychology. I feel ambivalent towards this however.I love to teach and Im curious in my nature and what better way to learn new things than to teach? However I also feel that if I continue being a generalist It might also be bad since I risk loosing touch with my main specialisation.
What are your thoughts? Your experiences?
My speciality is this :
Best wishes Henrik and professor Hugo 3 months old who keeps me company when Im trying to work :-)
Ps stay safe.
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Teaching one subject is more scientific and it will give you more academic background.
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Teachers have always been engrossed in thinking of a near-perfect methodology
to teach students and make the learning process, an interesting one. Drama
has always been a technique to teach the English language to the students, but
teaching drama is a challenging task, as it incorporates various strategies and
techniques so that students can better understand the dramatist’s perspective
and the background of the play. A number of teaching models and
pedagogical approaches are implied to develop an insight among undergraduates, postgraduates, and educators as well. The present paper is an effort to study 7E Learning Cycle Model based on the constructivist approach in teaching drama. In this paper, the model is applied to the teaching of Three Tall Women. The reference of the play Three Tall Women written by Edward
Albee has been used to explain the concept. This initiative will surely help
Indian learners to enhance their thinking abilities and be real-life problem
solvers.
Does this teaching approach suit this play?
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Typically, this continuum is divided into three broad categories: Cognitive constructivism based on the work of Jean Piaget, social constructivism based on the work of Lev Vygotsky, and radical constructivism
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There are many interventions aimed at driving change to improve the outcomes of the core of teaching and learning in the education system.
Many of these are driven by external agents and have great programmatic outcomes, but are not sustained in the system once the initial drivers leave.
Overtime the initiative is forgotten and other ones start.
The question seeks to find ways of developing strategies that will ensure sustainable embedding of such initiatives
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I think the more efficient these programs are, the more stable they are, and this is an important requirement
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In Hybrid teaching, an educator may use a combination of face-to face[offline] as well as remote[online] teaching strategies. How would the efficacy of a particular combination be decided or there should be other factors that decide which combination should the educator be using like the availability of resources or the educator's comfort level?
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I agree with Daniel Bores Garcia but
First we need to define the term efficacy. According to the Oxford Advance English Language dictionary, efficacy is "the power to produce a desired result or effect". What result or effect do you want to produce? High student retention on investment (ROI)? Student success... what?
The research method to be used would be a mixed research methodology.
Remember, the pedagogic/curriculum content/teaching plan/teaching program to be taught must first be designed and be in place before delivery. Mind you, a lot of work needs to be done first with so much time spent. For example, Step 1: design a course module, 2. Develop a Lecture Plan/Semester program/Scheme of work. 3. Develop assessment rubrics/criteria for each assessment task. 4. Of course policies and infrastructure must be in place. 5. Decide on the resources and be fully equipped with those necessary teaching tools both hardware and software. 7.Decide on a delivery strategy. for example, Problem/Project Based learning (PBL), lecturing, demonstration, simulation or the 7 most popular like
Inviting, positive, and safe learning environments
  • Good classroom management
  • Variety of instruction
  • Variety of assessments
  • Reflective teaching
  • Collaboration with other teachers
  • Professional development or growth
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Now a days teaching is exclusively done through PowerPoint presentations. A lot of time is spent making ppt rather than reading for the lecture And thorough learning of subject is missed. is board teaching a better than ppt lecture?
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Which method of teaching is better- PowerPoint teaching or board teaching? I go with PowerPoint teaching.
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I want to develop the TSPCK-based instruction to teach a pre-service teachers and study its impact on the conceptual understanding and motivations.
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Thank you very much for sharing your opinion and knowledge on this scientific issue, and I am looking for more knowledge exchange in the future.
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I have found it in during application for faculty post. All suggestions/ comments are welcome..
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The guidance as per the following publications may further help:
  • Creswell, J. W. (2009) Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods Approaches. Third edn. London: SAGE Publications Inc. (See : Chapter Six - The Purpose Statement).
  • Jacobs, R. L. (2011) Developing A Research Problem and Purpose Statement, in Rocco, T.S., Hatcher, T. and Creswell, J.W. (eds.) The Handbook of Scholarly Writing and Publishing. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass, pp. 125-141.
  • Jacobs, R. L. (2013) Developing a research problem and purpose statement: A guide for doctoral students in human resource development and adult education, New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 25, 3, pp. 103-117.
  • Pemberton, C. L. A. (2012) A “How-to” Guide for the Education Thesis/Dissertation Process, Kappa Delta Pi Record, 48, 2, pp. 82-86.
  • Roberts, C. M. (2010) The Dissertation Journey: A Practical and Comprehensive Guide to Planning, Writing, and Defending Your Dissertation. Thousand Oaks, California: Corwin. (See : Purpose Statement, pp.134-135) .
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Dear Colleagues,
There are many related questions: What are the benefits of connecting two experiences: online (distance learning) and teaching and learning "face to face" in classroom? What are the methodological approaches? What is necessary to develop practical teachers' work? What competences/skills are important for students? teachers? and more... you may add your answer or question.
Thank you!
Loreta
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عن طريق تقسيم الجدول الاسبوعي الى قسمين...حضوري والكتروني
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No, research is not the only way to ensure the quality of Indian academia.
My take is:
  1. Teaching based on industry experience is the best combination for continuous improvement of quality of HE.
  2. The categorization of HE institutions into   three main kinds of institutions: Teaching institutions (TIs), Teaching-cum-research institutions (TRIs); and Research-focused institutions (RIs) is right, obvious,  so essential for overall national development and prosperity as each is focused on one primary function  supported by remaining others  two. But teaching remains more or less a common component for all teachers (faculty)  irrespective of the said types of institutes.
  3. Any University Act defines approved Principal to AP, Librarian and many more officiating in the university as "teacher".
  4. There is no denying that inclusion of research  in API has diverted  the faculty  focus from teaching  giving undue focus/importance  to research for in CAS  PhD qualification is linked with faculty salary.
  5. Is it really necessary to possess Ph D degree for teaching UG/PG  classes? I sincerely think it is not.
  6. In short, salary be linked with job performance at any faculty level (AP, AsP and P) and not merely to degrees, i.e. an experienced PG graduate faculty needs to get, if found eligible otherwise,  the same salary as that of Associate Professor and Professor. As per AICTE CAS provisions 75% posts of Professors are reserved for Assistant Professors. AICTE can suitably amend the existing recruitment/CAS  norms based on the type of institute, linked with job performance,  without any faculty salary structure discrimination.
  7. Promotion is not a matter of right, however.
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I totally agree with Jeremy Blank
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I copied a paragraph from a academic paper and saved in a word document a few months ago. However, I forgot to leave the reference at that time, so I want to find the reference of that paragraph. I failed when I used Google to search, as it seems the main text is hidden due to the copyright issue. Online free plagiarism checkers did not work either.
It would be highly appreciated if someone can teach me any methods I can try to search the reference.
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Let me try finding the reference for you. Send me the paragraph in a private message.
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I teach French as a second language in a college in Québec with 17-20 years old students. I do research on the effect of intercultural twinings on motivation, attitudes towards the other community and self-competence perception.
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Dear Philippe Gagné , your questioning is very pertinent. After a year of pandemic and a year of remote classes, the problem still persists and I experience the same situation in some classes, here in Brazil. I was also interested in studies dealing with this topic.
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What is your experience about a more effective aid to teaching university students. Some people believe that PPTs help promote focus and coherence of thoughts of the teacher, others feel that the use of blackboard draws better attention of the audience. Of course, we presume that other things are the same in both cases e.g.competence of the teacher/facilitator, relevance of the contents, infrastructure, and motivation level of the students, etc.
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Dear Prof. Saini!
You pointed to an important topic. I think that now during the COVID-19 pandemic online interactive online handouts with video short movies (cases) are the best way to adapt to circumstances (remote learning). Still this problem is a case - and context dependent one:
1) Lorico DS. Lapitan Jr et al. (2021). An effective blended online teaching and learning strategy during the COVID-19 pandemic, Education for Chemical Engineers, Volume 35, (2021), Free access: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7847201/pdf/main.pdf
2) A case-study: William Flynn et al. (2021).Delivering online alternatives to the anatomy laboratory: Early experience during the COVID-19 pandemic, Clinical Anatomy, Volume 34, Issue 5, January 2021, Free access: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ca.23722?af=R
3) Darius, P.S.H., Gundabattini, E. & Solomon, D.G. A Survey on the Effectiveness of Online Teaching–Learning Methods for University and College Students. J. Inst. Eng. India Ser. B (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40031-021-00581-x Free access:
4) Kumar, P., Saxena, C. & Baber, H. Learner-content interaction in e-learning- the moderating role of perceived harm of COVID-19 in assessing the satisfaction of learners. Smart Learn. Environ. 8, 5 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1186/s40561-021-00149-8 Free access:
Yours sincerely, Bulcsu Szekely
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Because i am currently writing a thesis for my master's degree course
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I totally agree with Edward Packiaraj
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I am looking to model a composite in ABAQUS in which the condition required is Generalized Plane - Strain. I'd be Glad if someone could show me a book or a paper as a guide to teach me adequately for modeling.
what I am interested is when a composite or any kind of material subjected to kind of loading that in two directions can displace easily but the third direction (in contrast with Plane Strain) displacements or Strains are not zero but a constant value.
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Thank you for answer but what I am interested is when a composite or any kind of material subjected to kind of loading that in two directions can displace easily but the third direction (in contrast with Plane Strain) displacements or Strains are not zero but a constant value.
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In academic institutions, we are tasked to support students in achieving holistic knowledge so that they take responsibility at the personal level and in their group engagements. During the era of Covid 19, teaching and learning are totally moved online. How are we dealing with the affective domain? how about the cognitive and psychomotor? Do we need an additional holistic exam once the student return to campus?
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I think E-learning is a solution to education during the pandemic, even it has a limited achievement for teacher and students in the learning process, it couldn't control psychomotor by directly, but teacher could give the student some tasks it will do I their home, and increase cognitive achievement for students, the teacher use suitable model, method and techniques of teaching by some medias such as audiovisual media eg, zoom, Google meets and other online media.
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  • You can kindly reach out to me for any information if you carry on the question posed.
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Dear Dr. Seth!
i did search for YOU resources hope will benefit you;
1) Lee, Yj.J., Liu, YT. Promoting Oral Presentation Skills Through Drama-Based Tasks with an Authentic Audience: A Longitudinal Study. Asia-Pacific Edu Res (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40299-021-00557-x Open access:
2) Burnard, P., Colucci-Gray, L. & Sinha, P. Transdisciplinarity: letting arts and science teach together. Curric Perspect 41, 113–118 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s41297-020-00128-y Free access:
3) Gina L Grandi (2021). Theatre as method: Performance creation through action research Action Research Early View, February 15, 2021, Available at:
4) Tapio Toivanen et al. (2011). Drama education and improvisation as a resource of teacher student's creativity, Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Volume 12, 2011, Pages 60-69 Free access:
5) A case-study: Natalie Lazaroo (2021) ‘Five stars arising’: a conversation about applied theatre, precarity, and resilience in Singapore, Research in Drama Education: The Journal of Applied Theatre and Performance, 26:1, 73-87, DOI: 10.1080/13569783.2020.1838269 Available at:
Yours sincerely, Bulcsu Szekely
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Answers must be related to the current period of educational development, which is reflected in the concept, nature, and system of teaching in various specialized fields.
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أعتقد أنها نقاط كثيرة، مثل: مراعاة المناهج لاستراتيجيات التدريس الحديثة، وتنمية اتجاهات الطلبة نحو التعلم النشيط، وغيرها الكثير مما يتعلق بالمعرفة والقيم والمهارة
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"THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY SCIENTIFIC QUESTION"
I personally have two strategies, I give lectures aimed at Children and Young people and I make these lectures available (presentations) for other people to use in other places in world, translating into their own languages, trying to use more images than text.
Tell us what your strategies are, share with RG so that we can have more researchers and that Childrens and Youth people can see that it is a "nice" option to be a researcher and contribute to the development of humanity!
Source links of my documents, there are 7 (seven) documents (Childrens and Young People) within section called Presentations. Hope they can be helpful.
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Dear Dr. Filipe Wiltgen ,
I probably haven't expressed my thoughts well.
The presentations are excellent but can also be accompanied by a video on a certain topic and by chemical / physical practical exercises that must be simple, spectacular and not dangerous but able to arouse the attention and curiosity of the audience on that topic. what it is ... for example, turning copper into silver and silver into gold has always been a dream ...
In this experiment, students will modify the surface of the one, two and five euro cent coins that are made of copper, through a series of chemical reactions. The reactions that will take place on the surface will lead to a change in color.
The color variation, a macroscopic modification, will be related to the microscopic modifications of the composition and structure of the materials that are formed, as well as to their final use.
In all this the researcher, if he knows how to transform himself into an alchemist, can achieve good success ...
My best regards, Pierluigi Traverso.
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Investigation of teaching and assessment methods of English creative writing skill.
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A theoretical framework can one use to study the teaching of creative writing in schools is using the cooperative learning model and choose suitable methods and media audiovisual and create the student worksheet, choice suit material the student needed, such as create writing of a short paragraph, write a letter for Mom or for friends, write a poem, write songs lyrics, write short dialogue,
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IS THERE ANYONE WHO ARE WARE OF ARTICLES ON INNOVATION IN TEACHING AND LEARNING IN EURSING EDUCATION POST COVID19?
IF SO , WOULD IT BE POSSIBLE TO ASSIST ME WITH THE RELEVANT INFORMATION FOR MY MASTERS RESEARCH?.
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Teaching and Learning After COVID-19 - Inside Higher Ed
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This is really a fake. Thinking of the community & the trap in which we are living. Pay and get an award. Is it really worth it?!
Payment 10k for an award.
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Kenyan Peter Tabichi, who has been teaching for 12 years, was recently named the best teacher in the world.
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In my data (schools) I have the information about the years of teaching experience of teachers in each school (percent of teachers):
Years / percent of teachers
[<3 ] - 20%
[4-10 ] - 30%
[10-20 ] - 15%
[20-30 ] - 20%
[40-50] - 10%
[50+ ] - 5%
I have such data for more than 30 schools. I am doing multilevel modeling. My question is: how to insert this data about experience of teachers into excel (in which way). What would be the right way? This data is on the school level in MLevel model. I was thinking about making 6 predictor variables out of them
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Hi. I agree with Jose.
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There are several university ranking agencies that are gaining popularity among students, parents, universities, private organizations, and even governments.
The criteria used by these agencies are so different that, being in a top 100 in one ranking might put you in the top 300 in the other. Should these rankings be taken seriously? Should they be used as a measure of the students' quality for postgraduate study, or job application?
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Hi. I don’t think so.
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Teaching radiographic procedures may be problematic, taking into consideration student burdent and learning time. I would like to know how other Radiography Lecturers in other countries overcome the problem in deciding which of those procedures to teach and assess.
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Hi Zainul I think it is possible to ask this question for almost any part of our curriculum. Another example might be, what pathologies do I decide to teach as exemplars for image interpretation? I think focusing on facilitating understanding and capability is perhaps the solution. If a student practitioner can understand how and why to perform a particular projection and examination, they can translate this knowledge and understanding to an unknown projection with reference to an appropriate positioning text. We typically start with a foundational list of bare minimum projections for each anatomical area. It is also important to consider how this knowledge, understanding and skill is scaffolded through the curriculum horizontally, vertically and with clinical workplace learning.
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I have moved away from asking students in a variety of classes (ethnographic methods, introductions to anthropology as well as advanced courses) to develop unique projects. I have a few reasons for these changes and am interested in learning what others think.
In place of unique projects, I give students short "experiments" where they can apply effort to specific work. For example, in methods, I give students a subject and ask them to develop questions, analyze responses, think about ethics and about what does and does not work. My goal is to teach the conduct of inquiry and it is my belief that regardless of the project, there are some basic skills that will define success. Additionally, anthropological research does not take place in the span of a few weeks--and teaching students they can successfully complete a project in a semester is problematic to say the least. So, my question is how do you manage classes where students are learning methods or applying anthropological concepts? Do you give students free reign to develop a project they are interested in? Do you give students an assigned series of exercises? Or is there an alternative that works for you that I and others can learn from?
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Ethnography can help investigate very complicated or critical design challenges. A ... Ethnography was popularised by anthropology, but is used across a wide ... The aim of an ethnographic study within a usability project is to get 'under the ... As discussed above, ethnographic studies do not always require a long
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During the Covid Pandemic situation teaching in online mode is an important issue in the education system.
There are many challenges while teaching in an online mode such as making lectures more effective, interesting, interactive, etc. please share your ideas/experiences in this regard.
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One of them is to build a learning community, Prof. Anil Hiwarekar
Of course, there are many more.
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In your opinion, what is the difference between a good teacher and a great teacher?
and what are the main teaching styles and how they Impact Students?
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Teaching is a 'calling' not a job. Hence a great teacher sees it as their 'calling'.
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SETs are largely used by university administrators in decisions about faculty hiring, promotions, and merit increases, so it is very crucial to learn whether SETs actually reflect the true performance of instructors or it is a biased, pointless, and misleading measure that may shape the faculty behavior and causes grade inflation.
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My post says something about the LMS case, I elaborate.
In an LMS such as Moodle, the roles are more diverse: teachers, students, plugin developers, and administrators (front-end developers as well).
In that particular case, student evaluations don't measure the effectiveness of the whole LMS.
They have recently created what is called 360° Feedback for LMS performance evaluation (360° Feedback For LMS Performance Evaluation 2020, by J. Singh) where all roles are integrated for evaluation.
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During the pandemic, most schools are using online teaching tools. Once the physical school begin, will we use the same online tools along with traditional teaching. Will it require advanced planning, when to use which tool? How would the assessment be affected?
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I included video clips from YouTube channels and short videos from Khan Academy when I taught physics traditional teaching courses, so, yes in a way, it was already a blended learning environment before CoV & now we are more prepared for blended and flipped classrooms philosophies than before.
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After decades of teaching Neuroanatomy for Behavioral Scientists and using many other sources, I have concluded that the functions of the central nervous system (CNS) can be reduced to thee types of processing: sensory, effector or motor, and memory. Agree or disagree? if disagree, please explain.
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Sorry. Here are files I failed to attach first time.
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Lockdown every now and then universities closed as other institutions. Teaching design online is emerging with new normals as we are witnessing in other fields. For my major studio subject, I have to spend hours staring at gleaming laptop screen, giving students feedback on their designs and discussing possibilities out of their process work. There's no in-person interaction, we are not experiencing materials with students to share creative alternates, gestures are limited to convey subtleties and no in-classroom movements to give your backbone some relaxation. On the flip side, there are positive aspects of distance education I can give each student sufficient time to discuss her work, my design vocabulary has been drastically improved and I can reflect on my teaching better than ever as there are a lot of data that I can access about my class. COVID-19 brought me more time for my family and work-life balance seems an achievable task. What's your thought on experiential learning during the pandemic?
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Dear Mr. Ali!
You pointed to a significant issue. Hereby I searched for you material that you can use and have a point of comparison:
1) Korucu-Kış, S. Preparing student teachers for real classrooms through virtual vicarious experiences of critical incidents during remote practicum: A meaningful-experiential learning perspective. Educ Inf Technol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-021-10555-7 Free access:
2) Iyengar, R. Rethinking community participation in education post Covid-19. Prospects (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11125-020-09538-2, Free access:
3) Pelikan, E.R., Lüftenegger, M., Holzer, J. et al. Learning during COVID-19: the role of self-regulated learning, motivation, and procrastination for perceived competence. Z Erziehungswiss 24, 393–418 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11618-021-01002-x Free access:
4) Shun Yao et al. (2021). Exploration for network distance teaching and resource sharing system for higher education in epidemic situation of COVID-19, Procedia Computer Science, Volume 183, 2021, Pages 807-813
Yours sincerely, Bulcsu Szekely
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  • An understanding of theories about how people learn, and the ability to apply these theories in teaching mathematics; It is one of the primary requirements for effective teaching of mathematics, and a large number of scientists have studied mental development and the nature of learning in different ways, and this resulted in various theories of learning.
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I totally agree with Darren John Stevens, I consider that it is a precise and detailed reflection, as well as current and fundamental for the time that we are having to live! Many thanks.
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I performed a shaking table test.
I put the object on the table and fastened it by belt to the table. I moved the table up and down, and I measured tension applied to the belt and vertical acceleration of the table.
I got 2 time series data and I attached a part of them to this post.
Sampling frequency is 10[Hz].
X-axis represents time for 40 sec, and Y-axis represents tension [kN] and acceleration [m/sec^2] respectively.
It looks that there is an antiphase relation.
Now, I want to know how large tension response occurs in relation to the magnitude of the acceleration.
For example, in the red box, about 0.4 [kN] amplitude of tension is applied to the belt under condition of 1.5 [m/sec^2] amplitude acceleration.
This graph is just a sample, and I have much longer duration data (about 1week), so I would like to effectively analyze the relation between tension amplitude and acceleration amplitude.
But, I could not find a good way to extract amplitudes from time series data.
If you have any good idea, I would appreciate it if you would teach me.
Thank you.
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The Impulse response function can be applied. Suppose there are two variables which are variable A and variable B. The impulse response function enables you to view the response of variable A with respect to the impulse by variable B.
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Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen, i need your help guys, What are emotional and psychological impacts of using ICT to teach learners?
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The utmost importance Psychological factors which influenced the Impact of ICT to teach learners.
The terms Emotions, Perception, Achievement Motivation, Knowledge and Skills are the important variables in the Psychological factors in general.
When you conduct research on measuring these psychological variables will definitely improve the knowledge of the learner using ICT devices etc.
At present the situation is out of our control but the necessity of leaning things are mandatory. All these ICT equipments are definitely influencing these Psychological factors in the society.
The other things are waiting for discussion.
Attitude might be either Positive or Negative focus to improve the individuals in the society.
Perception has Positive and Negative focus that is purely depends on the individual.
Motivation will help to think more and more to the learner's right choice.
Knowledge will increase the learners using these ICT devices.
Next Skills of the individual will increase due to ICT equipments.
If is obvious that the digital Access will determine the intensity of ICT equipments as well.
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I am looking for a templates (organisation/content/length) for good research statements and teaching statements. what are the details hiring departments are looking for for?
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All the best
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Teaching is not a solo activity because it involves the participation of students and the support of colleagues. In this era of interdisciplinary approach teacher collaboration has gained much importance for professional development. As the purpose of education is to enhance student learning and achievement, it demands better cooperation and exchange of good practices among teachers. Moreover, with the integration of technology in education, teaching is not just a matter of disseminating information or transferring knowledge to learners but rather it is a complex phenomenon of encountering with a series of challenges to achieve the desired outcome. In this struggle, every teacher expects the help and support of colleagues and technical experts to keep abreast of the latest developments in education.
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I agree with you. I'm Technology and Desing teacher. We do Arduinos (electronic design), CADs (Computer Aided Design), CAMs (Computer Aided Manufactoring) etc. with our students in our lessons. Of course firstly we have to know all of them. And because of this in our country, we can join online educations about which area we want. These courses really helpful for guiding our students. Otherwise, as you said, education cannot be improved without teacher cooperation.
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How to teach a history lesson using the advanced teaching method? Please give an example ...
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Advanced teaching methods? Innovative teaching methods have improved the learning process and strengthened governance and methods are designed to improve the quality of education along with student’s involvement in the educational process. method to enhance or expand upon the student experience. One of the basic motives behind advanced teaching is to motivate students to actively take part in the learning process. When the level of interaction with teachers and peers increases, students gain knowledge that is practical and also, retain more information effectively from a class.
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Hellow,
I am planning to do enzyme kinetics study.
In preparing, I have a problem in preparation of calibration standards as pmol unit.
For example,=>
Metabolite standard (Purity = 100%, assumed)
MW: 300
Preparation of working solution (x20 concentration for spiking to matrix)
I am confused between M & mol concentration....
Could someone teach me how to prepare calibration standards (pmol) for enzyme kinetics study?
I will wait for reply.
Thank you.
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M means moles per liter, or molar.
pmol mean picomoles or 10-12 moles.
To convert from moles per liter to moles, you just have to multiply by the volume in liters. To convert from moles to pmol, you multiply by 1012.
It's very easy to know what to do if you remember that you can treat the units as if they were algebraic terms when doing the conversions. They can be canceled if they appear in both the numerator and denominator. (This is called the factor-label method. It was taught to me in my high school chemistry class, and it's one of the most useful things I was ever taught in a science class.) Example.
How many picomoles are there in 1 mL of a 0.001 M solution?
1 mL x (1 L/1000 mL) x (0.001 mole/L) x (1012 pmol/mole) = 106 pmol.
Notice how the mL, L and mole units canceled, leaving only pmol.
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How would you describe teaching courses for students in the online system: pleasant, useful or impersonal?
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pleasant
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I want develop open ended questions on different approaches to teaching a second language.
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Questions make's according to the Qualifications level of Audience.Mostly Question Need the answer in short from that's yes or No.
Questions includes interesting and informational.
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During the second wave of COVID-19, the methodologies of teaching and assessment adopted during the first wave were put under deeper scrutiny to avoid the mistakes done earlier. How did it impact the discourse in in Education and more particularly wrt Assessment?
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In Italy, there has been much talk of the 'digital divide' whereby families who cannot afford a computer or an internet subscription have been left behind. But also some teachers have failed to fill their computer gaps and have used it as little as possible, giving pupils a certain feeling of abandonment. Teachers, parents and pupils expressed great frustration. This is why around February one of the government's priorities was to get children back into school, by vaccinating teachers.
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I am looking for the best book to teach Artificial Neural Networks, including Deep networks, with Matlab. Also need it have the images or slides available for instructors.
In the last few years ANNs changed so much that I want to reorganize my course. All contributions are welcome.
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Guys, Thanks for your answers, but I am still looking for other options. So more suggestions are welcome. Thanks in advance.
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I would like to know you have any knowledge about international journals that publish Teaching Cases in management? Tnks
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Please go through the links below which seem helpful.
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Although there is a reasonable dose of physical and geometrical interpretation of the mathematical formulas and equations, more work is needed to bridge the gap between the theory of mathematics and its applications. For example, let us look to the coplanarity of three vectors, which are typically expressed as a dot and cross products between the three vectors. Based on practical feed back, when the explanation of the coplanarity is broken down into cross product first to generate a perpendicular vector and then then do the do product with the third vector, which is now expressed an orthogonality relationship between two vectors a deeper understanding can be achieved by the students. Indeed more class work is required to take the students through this journey using a step wise approach. I do believe that the teaching of mathematics to engineering students should go to a deeper physical interpretation to facilitate its comprehension and understanding. Your comments are highly appreciated.
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I still remember with pleasure the amount of mathematics, with physical and geometrical interpretations, used in the (Rational) Mechanics course - when I was a student:
  • Statics, the study of non-moving bodies under known loads, how forces affect static bodies;
  • Dynamics, the study of how forces affect moving bodies. Dynamics includes kinematics (about movement, velocity, and acceleration) and kinetics (about forces and resulting accelerations);
  • Mechanics of materials, the study of how different materials deform under various types of stress;
  • Fluid mechanics, the study of how fluids react to forces;
  • Kinematics, the study of the motion of bodies (objects) and systems (groups of objects), while ignoring the forces that cause the motion. Kinematics is often used in the design and analysis of mechanisms;
  • Continuum mechanics, a method of applying mechanics that assumes that objects are continuous (rather than discrete).
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Where can I obtain the most advanced syllabus in information management as I want to teach a course for master degree students?
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Agree with Stefan Svetsky.
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The right thing would be for science to stand on one foot in the old knowledge and with the other foot to be ready to kick and change everything. But this is not the case. What we are taught in universities is completely anachronistic when we face reality The bad thing is that we think the new is stupid while the opposite is happening. Of course, it is not the students' fault for what they are learning, but those who did not take care to teach that science is not something fixed and absolute, but a moving sand that changes through research. The biggest problem a researcher faces is not discovering the new and the best, but how he will pass on what he has discovered to the people around him, who think they know everything, because they were taught at the university they attended. The first thing students had to learn at university would be that science is primarily research on the new, and secondly the level of science. But they do not consciously teach it, because universities are ultimately manipulated to prepare people for the existing industry of interests and not to conduct research. It does not surprise me at all that people with open minds understand me, while some educated graduates troll me. No forum of civil engineers in Greece allows me to write about my research with the result that ordinary citizens are more informed about the new in seismic construction technology than civil engineers. Conspiracy or stupidity? Whatever it is, it is not a science. Where are the Greek professors of seismic technology to assist in my research? However, I invite them in good faith to an open scientific discussion to finally see the truth of what I say, that I claim that I defeated the earthquake!
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Pre-higher education teachers (pre-primary, elementary and secondary teachers) have received a solid university education before starting their working life as teachers. However, many find it difficult to keep up to date with the latest news in educational research. Lack of time, lack of knowledge of new sources of information search, journals without free access or lack of applicability of many of the proposals in the scientific literature are some of the reasons I see for this disconnection. What solutions do you think should be suggested to reduce the gap between these two worlds: research and teaching?
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Queridos amigos,
Muchas veces los docentes, desde el principio, asumen que lo que se aprende en las facultades y la práctica cotidiana en las escuelas son mundos totalmente separados. Cuántas veces habré escuchado a un alumno haciendo las prácticas en los colegios diciendo "aquí estoy aprendiendo lo que de verdad importa". En las facultades tienen que aprender, como mínimo, la teoría suficiente para en las escuelas no hacer las cosas mal (la práctica sin la teoría puede ser peligrosa).
En cuanto a la formación permanente del profesorado, hay muchas opciones y, por lo general, el cuerpo docente es un colectivo bien preparado. Dado que muchas veces entendemos que lo que se investiga en la universidad no tiene una aplicabilidad real en el aula, un camino interesante puede ser la "formación entre iguales"; fomentar oportunidades en las que docentes puedan conocer otras prácticas docentes, en un contexto real, podría ser buena idea.
Un abrazo.
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Dear all,
I am organizing online activities with M2 students to explore neuroanatomy using Allen Brain Atlas. I have already some ideas and prepared some activities around the expression of a protein implicated in Parkinson's disease but I would like to know if you have already used this Atlas for teaching and how.
Many thanks,
Patrick Pla
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This is what we have studied as regards PD:
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In training machine learning models it is believed that a k-fold cross-validation technique, usually offer better model performance in small dataset. Also, computationally inexpensive compare to other training techniques. However, why do most studies use 10-fold cross-validation?
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COVID-19 pandemic shut down many Universities and businesses around the world. Millions of peoples lost their job. Some companies asked their employees to work from home, and universities offer online teaching, a new experience for many. How all of these going to play out with the future of education?
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In my view, University is decreasing income during pandemic covid 19
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I have conducted a pretest and posttest study on the impact of e-learning teaching and social presence on learning outcome. Can I described the research as empirical study?
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Yes, you can use empirical study, you will use pre-test ad post-test to describe the phenomenon from the questionnaire or observation data or outcome of the student's data., after used pre-test and post-test combine and compare with T-test ad T- count for hypothesis Test.
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Call for Proposals for Chapters and Case Studies
Russian as a Foreign Language: Dynamic Teaching for Dynamic Times
Do you teach Russian as a foreign, second, or heritage language? Do you employ fun and engaging strategies instead of or in addition to a textbook that have your students beg for more Russian? Please consider submitting a proposal for a chapter or a case study in the edited volume Russian as a Foreign Language: Dynamic Teaching for Dynamic Times. We would like to hear from various fields and backgrounds of Russian language instruction. Language of publication: English; 1,500 to 5,000 words + references and appendices.
We are equally interested in theory-heavy explorations and submissions that focus on teaching experience for the Case Study practice-oriented part. International teams of co-authors are especially encouraged: please consider reaching out to a colleague outside of your country.
Submit proposals to the editor Svetlana Nuss, University of Alaska, via https://forms.gle/mSVjwczC9AN3mBPG6
Proposal requirements: up to 500-word expression of interest, outlining main arguments and methodology, if applicable.
Timeline:
- Up to 500-word expression of interest due: May 19, 2021
- Notification of acceptance to proceed to chapter/case stage: May 25, 2021
- First draft of chapters/case studies due: July 1, 2021
- Revisions and peer review: draft of chapters/case studies due: July to September, 2021
- Final manuscripts due: mid-October of 2021
- Publication: Spring of 2022
- Case-study submissions follow the same timeline and same general requirements
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Hi, Michal,
Thank you for letting me know and for your interest in the publication!
Sincerely,
Svetlana
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Hi
I'm currently doing a time-dependent inhibition test, I've got my data but I can't fit my data into the equation: [P] = vst + [(vi-vs)/kobs][1 - exp(-kobs)t] in Prism.
I've typed in: Y=Vs*X+(Vi-Vs)*(1-exp(-K*X))/K, and set up the Vs and Vi as constant. The software asked my to set rule for the K for initial value.
I've just wondering if anyone have experience set up this equation in Prism?
It will be great if you can teach me how to set it step by step.
Thanks alot.
Chao
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Hi! Have you found a way to do this in GraphPad prism?
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With so many technology options in the market, it is important to adopt the right solutions that suit the needs of educators and students alike.
In your view what are today's
necessary technological tools that create holistic teaching and enhanced learning experiences for students and teachers?
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Technology inhances students dependence and make teacheres as facilitators, which is a good thing.
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Design studio is essential in visual arts and engineering. With COVID 19, we need to find new methods/media to teach/practice design.
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I have read the maximum limit of Lunar Eclipse is 12.2 degrees of arc (i.e. the difference in the longitude between Moon and any one node of the Moon). However on on June 5th 2020, a partial Lunar Eclipse occurred even though the difference of longitude of Moon and Descending Node of Moon was 14.5 degrees of arc. In the same way on 5th July 2020, a partial Lunar Eclipse occurred though the longitude difference was 15.25 degrees of arc. Hence, apart from difference of Longitude between Moon and a Node of Moon, there will be other criteria that decide whether there will be Lunar Eclipse are not. Hence I request the respectable scholars and experts to teach me the criteria for Lunar and Solar Eclipse, please
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LIVE STREAM: Total Lunar Eclipse - May 26, 2021
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Dear community members
In academics, Institutions are not just asking for good teaching and research work published in good quality journals but also looking at whether the faculty are able to get more industrial projects. This will not just add value to your academics but to add few more bucks to the Institute balance sheet. Industry projects also add value to the Institute ranking.
For a decade I am here in academics but didn't focus much on Industry projects so now I am ready and competent enough to take some project but don't know how to go ahead?
May I get some idea how do we get these projects?
Multi-disciplinary views would be highly appreciated.
Regards
Dr. Bhuvanesh
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Hi Bhuvanesh,
Would you please clarify what you mean by industrial projects?
Do you mean enterprise projects as in consultancy work outside the university where your skills are utilized to provide advice, training, research for external bodies such as official, civil society and international organizations? If yes then look at these:
Or do you mean specifically industry links, where your work has industrial applications and you are encouraged to provide industrial products and solutions through your research? If yes, look at these:
The two areas of activities are linked and literature can be found once it is clear what you are aiming for. Hope this helps.
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Universities place emphasis on the quality teaching.
Can the quality of teaching at universities be measured objectively? One important aspect is research-based teaching. Are students able to evaluate whether teaching is based on relevant research? I am interested in your views and experiences.
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If one uses a dialogical teaching method where the lecturer is not seen as the fountain of all knowledge and students are encouraged to question established orthodoxies and to read widely on their own, most students should be able to tell if lectures are based on research findings or not. However, there will always be an element of subjectivity in assessing the quality of teaching. A reasonable degree of objectivity can still be attained through a multi-pronged approach involving (in addition to student feedback) peer observations, reviews of teaching dossiers by distinguished professors, the innovativeness of student dissertations and career successes of students after graduation.
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My question is about correct delivery online methods which will result into producing quality products at the end of day for example teacher trainees
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Hey dear colleagues, can you recommend some scales to measure teachers' satisfaction towards a learning/ teaching environment? Also any scales for teachers' motivation in a teaching environment? It would be great if they can be used in higher education. Thank you in advance!
Best,
Yuan
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Satisfaction can be measured through surveys and direct asking from the higher management and employees.
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I am in process on writing a project on middle school children and the effects of remote / online learning environment on English as a foreign language with an emphasis on communicative teaching and the development speaking / listening competences in children aged 10-12.
This is a rather new field - at least in a Danish context - so, what can you recommend as supporting studies for this project?
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Try to see my researches and papers, I have worked on many related to this topic.
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Most teachers agree that teaching the culture of native-speaking countries is valuable, but how MUCH should this be done?  Do you have a percentage in mind or other ways of saying how much of the course should be about culture?
And how does this fit in with the multi-cultural or meta-cultural perspective and rationale for learning the other language?
Has your perspective changed over time?
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Language and culture are two inseparable entities. Therefore, language learning is at once cultural learning. One’s mastery of the linguistic elements alone does not guarantee he will be able to communicate through a language. Mastering the cultural element is a must, such recognition then cultivated an awareness in foreign language teaching experts that language and culture are inseparable
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Every one having different orientation about their research or teaching. However, research and teaching are both having its own advantages and importance. Share your views intended to the asked question. Regards
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Both are important
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I have written about the- Patterns of curricula shift in science and technology education in Nigeria. I am now looking to write a detailed account of science and technology teaching in Nigeria;
How it has evolved
How it has changed since colonial era
What it is like now?
Key policies
Theory that might have influenced this-post colonial and globalisation?
Any ideas on relevant literature to support the above?
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