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2022 ◽  
Vol 19 (1) ◽  
pp. 1-21
Author(s):  
Wanyu Liu ◽  
Michelle Agnes Magalhaes ◽  
Wendy E. Mackay ◽  
Michel Beaudouin-Lafon ◽  
Frédéric Bevilacqua

With the increasing interest in movement sonification and expressive gesture-based interaction, it is important to understand which factors contribute to movement learning and how. We explore the effects of movement sonification and users’ musical background on motor variability in complex gesture learning. We contribute an empirical study in which musicians and non-musicians learn two gesture sequences over three days, with and without movement sonification. Results show the interlaced interaction effects of these factors and how they unfold in the three-day learning process. For gesture 1, which is fast and dynamic with a direct “action-sound” sonification, movement sonification induces higher variability for both musicians and non-musicians on day 1. While musicians reduce this variability to a similar level as no auditory feedback condition on day 2 and day 3, non-musicians remain to have significantly higher variability. Across three days, musicians also have significantly lower variability than non-musicians. For gesture 2, which is slow and smooth with an “action-music” metaphor, there are virtually no effects. Based on these findings, we recommend future studies to take into account participants’ musical background, consider longitudinal study to examine these effects on complex gestures, and use awareness when interpreting the results given a specific design of gesture and sound.


2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (2) ◽  
pp. 653-661
Author(s):  
Yong-Jik Lee ◽  
Robert Davis* ◽  
Yue Li

<p style="text-align: justify;">Most research has examined flipped learning within the context of face-to-face (F2F) instruction. However, previous research has not effectively explored the possibility of how online synchronous flipped learning influences pre-service teachers (PSTs) in teacher education programs during Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Recognizing the gap in the literature, this paper explored three aspects of online synchronous flipped learning by understanding 1) PSTs' learner engagement, 2) self-directed learning, and 3) learner satisfaction in a Korean university. The data was collected from Korean PST's interviews, reflection notes, and course evaluations. The thematic analysis was used to analyze qualitative data sources. The study findings showed that PSTs favored a synchronous online FL because it encouraged them to engage in various collaborative activities through Zoom breakout sessions. Also, pre-class materials from online FL can positively enhance the PSTs' self-directed learning process. Based on these findings, this study provides suggestions on how to effectively implement online synchronous flipped learning in teacher education programs.</p>


2022 ◽  
Vol ahead-of-print (ahead-of-print) ◽  
Author(s):  
Joakim Winborg ◽  
Gustav Hägg

PurposeIn the literature there is limited knowledge about how to prepare students for a corporate entrepreneurial career. The purpose is therefore to develop a framework for understanding the role corporate development projects play in corporate entrepreneurship education, and to examine the potential role of the design of the project. The study defines a corporate development project as a project being part of an academic education to provide students with working experiences situated in an experiential learning process.Design/methodology/approachBased on work-integrated learning literature, the authors first develop a conceptual framework. Thereafter, they undertake a multiple case study using data from a Master's Program in Corporate Entrepreneurship. Starting from the conceptual framework, the authors employ deductive thematic analysis in order to analyze data and finally to develop an elaborated framework.FindingsIn the framework, the authors identify and label five categories of learning outcomes from the corporate development project. The framework helps understand the interplay between the different learning outcomes in students' learning process and shows how the design of the project shapes the learning process.Practical implicationsThe framework can assist educators in designing and integrating the corporate development project as a key module within a corporate entrepreneurship academic program.Originality/valueBased on the framework, the study develops the knowledge about the design of corporate entrepreneurship education. Future research should test the framework using data from other academic programs in corporate entrepreneurship.


2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 225-229
Author(s):  
A. Batyraliev ◽  
D. Tashmatova ◽  
Zh. Abdullaeva

Research relevance: understanding of teaching concept related to main function of а teacher in teaching and educating students. In the learning process, teacher should pay special attention to students’ cognitive activity development and try to use it more in learning process, using innovative technologies and interactive methods. Research objectives: consider issues from the concept of teaching, “learning” and “competence” and their essence, to reveal the importance of the competence-based approach in teaching. Research materials and methods: article analyzes essence of learning process and authors give their point of view. Research results: educational process essence and importance of learning based on modern competencies revealed. Conclusions: learning competence includes set of a student’s educational achievements, expressed by level of basic and subject competence at a certain stage in educational process.


2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (1) ◽  
Author(s):  
Diana Purwati ◽  
Ainol Mardhiah ◽  
Enung Nurhasanah ◽  
Ramli Ramli

The way in which adults learn is distinctive to how children learn, hence Andragogy differs from Pedagogy and so do the implications. Although several studies have attempted to discuss the andragogy and its principles, only few studies investigate its implementation and the practical guidance on how to employ each characteristic in the teaching and learning process. To fill this void, this paper reviews the concept of andragogy and highlights its six characteristics: self-concept, experiences, readiness to learn, motivation, need to know, and problem-centred learning. Employing a narrative review of 18 journal articles from reputable international journals, the study’s findings suggest that the six characteristics/principles of andragogy are applicable in designing teaching and learning materials, teaching activities, and assignments enacted by teachers. Future research is encouraged to delve into the practice of the six characteristics of andragogy in the teaching of English as a foreign language. The differences between adults and children learning and directions for further research in teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL) is also discussed at the end of study.


2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (3) ◽  
pp. 83-87
Author(s):  
Vyas Deepak M ◽  
Waghmare Pragati ◽  
Vyas Suwarna D

The word Ayurveda consists of two words ‘Ayu’ means life and ‘Veda’ means knowledge. Therefore the word Ayurveda, means knowledge of life i.e. study of life. In Ayurveda the teaching and learning was based on “Gurukula” system of education. A “Gurukula” was a place where a teacher (Guru) and students lived together. There were three ways for obtaining the knowledge i.e. Adhyayanam (Study/learning), Adhyapanam (teaching) and Tadvid Sambhasha (discussions) with the learned persons. Ayurveda suggest that in order to get expertise in any subject one should have the basic knowledge of the concepts. Other teaching and learning methods should be adopted which help to acquire more and accurate knowledge in that subject while practical training should be provided for application of that knowledge. Study of a single science gives only limited understanding, therefore one should also get knowledge of other sciences. To explain different concepts in Ayurveda Acharya Charak has given various methods of teaching and learning. The Roots of most of the current teaching methodology resides in ancient teaching and learning skills. Hence here is an attempt to review various teaching, learning methods used in Charak Samhita. Teaching learning process is very well applied in Charak Samhita. It is the very first school of Ayurveda with various techniques and scholarly approach of subjects to students. Charak Samhita develops its own teaching learning process. It is the most important text in the field of Ayurveda Teaching Learning Process.


2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 225-234
Author(s):  
Ni Ketut Utami Nilawati ◽  
Ayu Manik Dirgayusari ◽  
I Kadek Dwi Gandika Supartha ◽  
Dewa Putu Yudhi Ardiana ◽  
I Gde Eka Dharsika

With the current outbreak of the corona virus, all sectors must start to improve so that they can survive during a pandemic, including the education sector. The teaching and learning process carried out during a pandemic situation like this is carried out using an online system and distance learning. Teachers must be able to provide facilities so that students can absorb the material optimally. Another problem that arises is that not all teachers are able to implement the distance learning system and also using the applications or technologies that support distance learning system. To solve this problem, the school needs to get the training of how to make a distance learning system media and in this case the school cooperates with STMIK STIKOM INDONESIA (STIKI) for the training. The training materials provided are google classroom training, google form and training on making the learning videos. The results of the analysis were obtained from the pretest and posttest questionnaires which were described descriptively. After receiving the training, most of the teachers will switch to use the Google Classroom media instead of WA social media, because 100% of the teachers stated that Google Classroom is very helpful in supporting online learning. In addition, according to the posttest questionnaires, 8.3% of the teachers understand very well about the features contained in Google Classroom, 41.7% understand it well and 50% are understand it quite well, meaning that most of the teachers understand the use of Google Classroom. The training also received a good responses from SDN 2 Kawan School and it will be applied  to support their distance learning system.


2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 6-14
Author(s):  
Muhammad Taufiq ◽  
Noer Laelly Baroroh TAG ◽  
Estin Nofiyanti ◽  
Nandhini Hudha Anggarasari

The Covid-19 pandemic has a direct impact on the environment of society, both regarding aspects of knowledge and aspects of problem solving which are all trial and error or speculative on various things, as a result in the world of education it is also inseparable from various problems, so that not a few end up leading to conflicts or debate. This community service program (PKM) is aimed at SMA Muhammadiyah Pangandaran teachers with the aim of being able to help solve problems, especially those related to the Teaching and Learning Process in the form of networks (online) in the field of science learning. For this reason, it is necessary to have a technology device that can help teaching and learning activities, especially internet-based information technology applications, with the hope that the online teaching and learning process can take place as it should. and motivate teachers to teach. The results of this PKM activity are in the form of increased motivation or enthusiasm for teaching and additional insight into the use of Information Technology (IT) in carrying out the On Line-based Teaching and Learning Process. In conclusion, the PKM which was appointed under the title Science Learning Training Using Information Technology in the Covid-19 Pandemic Period provided an adequate contribution to 32 SMA Muhammadiyah Pangandaran teachers as training participants.


2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 161-168
Author(s):  
Woro Endah Sitoresmi ◽  
Velma Alicia

This program is designed for the students who study in Islamic Boarding School Daarul Muti’ah, Kampung Ciputat, Tajur, Ciledug in understanding the grammar materials; present forms (present tense, present continuous, present perfect)  as a response to learning process during the pandemic COVID-19 because English is one of subjects in the school which needs extra understanding particularly grammar. This program is conducted approximately 1.5 month which started in the beginning of June 2021 until mid of July 2021. The program tries to reveal; 1) the process of learning present forms which is conducted as the response to pandemic COVID-19 for the students who study in Daarul Muti’ah Kampung Ciputat, Tajur, Ciledug and 2) the process of learning present forms can help the students who study in Daarul Muti’ah Kampung Ciputat, Tajur, Ciledug to increase their English language proficiency. The method of the program is offline by giving workshop and giving feedback to the students. Pre-test is conducted before the program by giving the students some questions related to Present forms. Also, the post-test is conducted to know their ability to measure and understand the Present forms concept after having this program.


2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (2) ◽  
pp. 106-111
Author(s):  
Ika Irawati ◽  
Fitri Ningsi ◽  
Rahmi Rahmi ◽  
Ita Fitriati

Speaking Ability was the important aspect in communication. The aim of the study was to investigate the improving speaking ability through storytelling in teaching speaking at eight grade of SMAN 1 Lambitu. This research used classroom action research. The subjects in this research were the students at the eleventh grade of SMAN 1 Lambitu. The sample were 16 students in one class. The researcher used the technique of storytelling through recount text to improve speaking skill. Quantitative data analysis technique used this research through average score and percentage of students’ test, while qualitative data analysis was taken from analysis of observation during the classroom. The result of this study was in cycle I was at fair category (60-70) which average score was 67,4. It indicated the students’ ability in storytelling was not active (<50%)., which the critical success 31,5%. While in cycle II, the result of students’ score was 75,3, which means that the students were good category (60-79). The result was indicated that the students habits in storytelling technique in cycle II was active (<80%). Moreover the result of observation were student enjoy the lesson and follow the teaching and learning process smoothly and regularly. So, the conclusion that story telling technique was improving students’ speaking ability at Eleventh Grade of SMA 1 Lambitu.


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