Remote or close control of students’ knowledge in ARCADE
Assessment of students’ knowledge and instructors’ feedback are among the most important elements of education. This paper describes the Arcade Test System that is used to check and assess students’ knowledge. The Arcade Test System is a dual-purpose online testing environment that gives the instructor an opportunity to control the level of knowledge the students have acquired during taking a particular course delivered by the system. On the one hand, it gives students a way to check their
Author(s): Aleksieva Adelina,Petrov Milen,Mintchev Alexander

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Two Years Of Use Of The Aplusix System
APLUSIX is a learning environment for helping students to learn algebra. This system is designed and developed in the IMAG-Leibniz laboratory. Its basic training mode consists of letting the students perform their owns calculations, thanks to a two-dimensions editor of algebraic expressions, providing feedback on the correctness of the calculations and on the end of the resolution. APLUSIX has now been used for two years at school, in different contexts. One use was made by four teachers during
Author(s): Bouhineau Denis,Nicaud Jean-François,Chaachoua Ha

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You’ve Got to See It to Believe It!
Students develop an understanding of visible air pollutants with an incomplete combustion demonstration, a “smog in a jar” demonstration, building simple particulate matter collectors, and exploration of engineering roles related to air pollution. In an associated literacy activity, students learn basic marketing concepts and techniques, and the principles of comparative analysis, while creating an advertisement for a hybrid vehicle. Note: You may want to set up the activities for Air Pollut
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Techniques for Studying Materials: X-ray Diffraction Techniques
This set of animations demonstrates the principles involved in X-ray diffraction techniques. From TLP: X-ray Diffraction Techniques
Author(s): Mary Vickers, University of Cambridge,T D Skinner,

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Avaliação e evolução de um ambiente de suporte à aprendizagem de programação
O ensino da programação através dos métodos tradicionais, onde a leccionação de conceitos dinâmicos é realizada utilizando principalmente materiais de índole estática, não se tem revelado muito eficaz. Neste documento é apresentado um ambiente, o SICAS, que de forma dinâmica, interactiva e apelativa permite a construção e simulação de algoritmos. De forma a medir a eficácia do ambiente desenvolvido e a procurar formas de o melhorar foram realizadas experiências. As sugestões
Author(s): Gomes Anabela,Mendes António José,Marcelino Mari

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Surfen over glad ijs; ICT-implementatiestrategieën in het hoger onderwijs vanuit veranderkundig per
Not available,Sligte, H., Schoonenboom, J., Dekker, P.J., & Polder, K.-J. (Eds.). (2005). Surfen over glad ijs; ICT-implementatiestrategieën in het hoger onderwijs vanuit veranderkundig perspectief. [ICT implementation strategies in higher education from a change manag
Author(s): Sligte Henk,Schoonenboom Judith,Dekker Peter J.,Po

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Off-Task Behavior in the Cognitive Tutor Classroom: When Students "Game The System".
We investigate the prevalence and learning impact of different types of off-task behavior in classrooms where students are using intelligent tutoring software. We find that within the classrooms studied, no other type of off-task behavior is associated nearly so strongly with reduced learning as "gaming the system": behavior aimed at obtaining correct answers and advancing within the tutoring curriculum by systematically taking advantage of regularities in the software's feedback and help. A stu
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Surrogate Outcomes
This RLO considers the type of evidence which should be used when making decisions about patient care.
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Ear, Nose and Throat Tutorial (Video)
Video for medical students demonstrating equipment and techniques for examining the ear nose and throat as well as head and neck
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External Cladding
This tutorial provides guidelines for various techniques in building external cladding structures
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Instructional Design Online
This activity provides tutorials for developing opnline content using instructional design techniques.
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Moderation for Online Learning
This activity provides tutorials for developing online content using instructional design techniques.
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Maintain Professional Competence
This unit focuses on three main areas:the evaluation of your own abilities in relation to teaching and learning practice, the identification of areas for professional development, the assessment of professional development opportunities in order to determine suitable options
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Instruct clients in fitness activities
In this scenario the learning style preferences of three clients are to be analysed. From this analysis, techniques and strategies that are suitable for instructing each client are to be selected. The learner will need to select a number of appropriate assessment techniques which will determine how well the clients have picked up the fitness program. The assessment techniques also need to respond to the clients' learning style preferences.
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Provide Responsible Service of Alcohol
This resource looks at the requirements for providing a responsible service of alcohol including: identifying customers who may be refused service, the preparation and service of alcoholic drinks, assisting customers to drink responsibly and techniques to assist those who may be alcohol affected.
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Identify the types of engineering drawings used in industry
Engineering drawings show what a component looks like and how to manufacture it. The main types of drawings are assembly drawings, subassembly drawings, detail assembly drawings, and detail drawings. The Australian Engineering Drawing Handbook (Part 1) is produced by Standards Australia and outlines the basic principles and techniques.
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How do I tie down a load using chains?
This learning activity covers the equipment, knowledge and techniques that you need to know in order to tie down a load with a dog and chain.
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Obtain the samples
An introduction to techniques used by scientific and medical laboratory personnel to collect samples of material for testing. Covers the procedures for effective on-site sample collection.
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Contaminated materials management - Maintain Work Area and Equipment
An introduction to aseptic techniques used by scientific and medical laboratory technicians to collect and test material without contamination. Covers sterilisation of laboratory equipment, and waste disposal procedures.
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Advanced Quality Concepts: Study Guide
Study Guide. This unit is designed to help you meet the requirements of the module Advanced Quality Concepts. It has the following learning outcomes: Discuss the importance of quality, basic concepts of quality management and quality improvement and the links with productivity, economic advantage and standard of living. Discuss the characteristics and practices of customer focussed organisations. Identify and discuss various quality improvement models and apply quality improvement tools. Identif
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