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Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities

Center for Research in arts, social Sciences and Humanities is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of Cambridge. Founded in 2001, CRASSH emerged as a way to create interdisciplinary dialogue at the University many faculties and ...

                                               

Corpus Corporum

Corpus Corporum or all of the corpus Corporum: repositorium book work latinorum APUD universitatem Turicensem, medieval Latin digital library, developed at the University of Zurich, Institute for Greek and Latin Philology. In may 2016, the vault ...

                                               

Create a Comic Project

Create a comic project is a youth literacy program and webcomic created by John Baird. The program uses comics, many taken from the Internet, to encourage children to write their own stories. The program began in November 2006 at the main branch ...

                                               

Dickinson College Commentaries

Dickinson College commentaries Is a digital project of Dickinson College located in Carlisle, near Harrisburg, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The project collects digital review texts in Latin and Greek and published major dictionaries of the ...

                                               

Digital Classicist

Digital classicist is a community of those interested in the application of digital Humanities in the field of classics and ancient world studies in General. The project claims the twin aims to bring together academics and students with an intere ...

                                               

ETwinning

In the eTwinning action is an initiative of the European Commission, which aims to encourage European schools to work together using information and communication technologies on the creation of the necessary infrastructure. Therefore, teachers r ...

                                               

European Democratic Education Community

European democratic education community is a European non-profit organisation that promotes democratic education as a sensible educational model for all democratic States. EUDEC aims to further democratic education in Europe. Founded in February ...

                                               

F1 in Schools

F1 in schools is an international stem competition for students in which groups of 3-6 students to design and manufacture miniature car from the official F1 model block using CAD / CAM design tools. The cars are powered by CO2 cartridges and are ...

                                               

Flat Classroom Project

Flat classroom project is an award-winning global collaborative project for students in 3 -12, inspired by Thomas Friedmans book, the world is Flat, and uses Web 2.0 tools to foster communication and interaction as well as collaboration and creat ...

                                               

Flying Start Challenge

At the start of the Challenge is a competition held by aerospace businesses and organisations in the South West of England for local secondary schools to help develop science and engineering skills whilst highlighting the opportunities in a caree ...

                                               

Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg volunteers to digitize and archive cultural works, to "encourage the creation and distribution of the book". It was founded in 1971 by American author Michael S. HART and is the oldest digital library. Most of the items in his c ...

                                               

Intercontinental Dictionary Series

Intercontinental dictionary series is a large database of current vocabulary lists in various languages of the world. The main database editor Bernard Comrie of the max Planck Institute for evolutionary anthropology, Leipzig. Key, Mary Ritchie fr ...

                                               

International Children's Book Day

International childrens book Day is an annual event supported by the International Board on books for young people, an international nonprofit organization. Founded in 1967, the day On or around the birthday of Hans Christian Andersen, April 2. A ...

                                               

Invest in US

To invest in us early childhood education initiatives and public awareness on the initiative of both parties, a non-profit first five years Fund and funded by foundations, corporations and individuals. the Initiative aims to expand high quality e ...

                                               

ISTE Standards

In the iste standards, formerly known as the national educational technology standards for the use of technology in teaching and learning. They are published by the International society of technology in education, a non-profit membership Associa ...

                                               

Kafka project

The Kafka project is a non-profit literary research initiative founded in 1998 at the State University of San Diego. Working on behalf of the Kafka estate in London, England, a project of the sdsu Kafka is working to recover the materials, writte ...

                                               

Labdoo

Labdoo.org is a non-profit joint social network that brings unused laptops loaded with educational applications to schools around the world without any economic cost, and without creating additional CO2 emissions on the planet. Thanks to the coop ...

                                               

Learning Resource Metadata Initiative

Training initiative metadata resource is a project under the direction of creative communities and Association of educational publishers to establish a common vocabulary for describing educational resources.

                                               

Mexico Link

Link to Ulverston Victoria school Mexico is a link between Ulverston Victoria school and high television equipment #44 Francisco Villa. Link was founded in 2001 by the British Council in Mexico city with the theme of human rights and citizenship. ...

                                               

Nordic Summer University

Nordic summer University the Northern research network, financed in the framework of the Council of Ministers of the Nordic countries, the organization of clubs for social and human Sciences, mainly for graduate students and post-doctoral scienti ...

                                               

Norwegian Writers for Children

Norwegian writers for children was founded in 1947. The Association, composed of authors who write fiction for children and young people, promotes the interests of writers of books for children and young people and encourages literature for child ...

                                               

The Nutcracker, International Television Contest for Young Musicians

The Nutcracker international television contest for young musicians is an annual music competition, organized by "Russia" state TV channel, branch of the VGTRK. The contest according to its rules open to all regions. Founded in 2000, the contest ...

                                               

OVC project

The OVC project is an initiative of the Adigrat Diocesan Catholic Secretariat of the Ethiopian Catholic eparchy of Adigrat. The project aims to support young people with micro-scholarships to qualify the entrance University and at least one bache ...

                                               

Paper Project

2008 International Nikon Small World Competition - Fifth Place. 2006 International Nikon Small World Competition - Fourth Place. 2005 classics award winner for teacher education. Multimedia educational resources for learning and online teaching M ...

                                               

Philosothon

In a Philosothon is an annual competition in which students examine philosophical and ethical issues. Philosothons take place in all Australian States, New Zealand and the UK. The school Philosothon students of the University are evaluated on the ...

                                               

Project Re-ED

Project Re-ed, project for the reeducation of emotionally disturbed children, a program to ensure effective and affordable services to support the mental health of children. The program aims to teach children effective ways of acting and respondi ...

                                               

QED manifesto

The QED Manifesto was a proposal for a computer database of all mathematical knowledge, strictly formalized and with all proofs were checked automatically.

                                               

Repositories Support Project

The project supports the repository was a 7-year project funded by JISC is designed to support and network development in the UK institutional repositories. It was originally funded until March 2009 but was extended until the beginning of 2011. T ...

                                               

Rosetta Project

The project "Rosetta" is a global collaboration of language specialists and native speakers, is developing a modern version of the historic Rosetta stone, from 2000 to 12.000 ad, run through the long now Foundation. Its goal is a meaningful surve ...

                                               

Society for Natural Language Technology Research

Society for natural language technology research is an organization that promotes research in corpus linguistics, computational linguistics and natural language processing in Bengali language. Among its main objectives-the creation and storage is ...

                                               

The Speaker

Speaker 2009 British television series, broadcast on B. B. C. two. Its a talent show type series that aimed to find the best young speaker in the United Kingdom. Show told Jane Horrocks. Three judges are stand-up brand, comedian Joe, a former bas ...

                                               

STARSHINE (satellite)

Series the starlight three satellites of the mission of student participation sponsor research laboratory of the U.S. Navy.

                                               

Story Factory

The history of the plant-the Australian non-profit organization designed to help indigenous and disadvantaged children aged 7 to 17 years develop their writing skills and storytelling. Programs that run the plants goal to help young people, espec ...

                                               

Student Initiative Rahel

Student initiative Rachel is a project of the Institute for global Church and mission, which is part of the Sankt Georgen graduate school of philosophy and theology in Frankfurt-Sachsenhausen. Non-profit organization supports the scholarship of y ...

                                               

Taught Course Centre

Courses taught centre or TCC is a collaboration between the mathematics departments at five UK universities aimed at providing a wider range of lecture courses for graduate students.

                                               

UK Chess Challenge

The UK chess challenge is an annual four-stage chess competition for school-age children from the United Kingdom. Michael Basman is credited with creating the original challenge back in 1996 and is still closely connected with the competition. To ...

                                               

ViPi project

Virtual portal for impaired groups interaction-the project is partly financed by the European Union in the framework of learning throughout life 2007-2013, subprogramme KA3 ICT. The project began January 1, 2011 and 36 months. The main focus of t ...

                                               

Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

Web research based on the scientific environment is a program organized by Berkeley University and supported by the National science Foundation. It provides a platform for creating inquiry-based science project for middle school and high school s ...

                                               

Wisconsin Idea Theatre

Theatre Wisconsin idea is, in essence, a cultural program, developed at the University of Wisconsin S. 1943. It was headed by Robert Gard in the College of agriculture, with the aim of development of theatrical art throughout the state. Gard work ...

                                               

Workshop on building top-class universities

Workshop on the creation of high quality universities was launched nine universities of 985 Project in China. The workshop is aimed at exchange of experience in top class building a research University and the intensification of interuniversity c ...

                                               

World Oral Literature Project

Project the world oral literature was "urgent global initiative to document and disseminate endangered oral literature, before they disappear without record". Was directed by Dr mark Turin and housed in the Museum of archaeology and anthropology ...

                                               

Educational psychology

Educational psychology is the branch of psychology concerned scientific study human learning. The study of learning processes, both cognitive and behavioral perspectives, allows researchers to understand individual differences in intelligence, co ...

                                               

Active Student Response Techniques

Active methods of student response, several strategies to cause the observed responses of the students in the class. They are based in the field of behavioralism and by extension, the possibility of reinforcement during the lesson, usually in the ...

                                               

Adolescent egocentrism

Adolescent egocentrism is a term that child psychologist David Elkind used to describe the phenomenon of the inability of adolescents to distinguish between their perception of what others think of them and what people actually think in reality. ...

                                               

Affect (education)

In education, affect in the broad sense as relationships, emotions and values that are present in the educational environment. Two main types affect the professional to affect the student. Professional influence relates to the emotions and values ...

                                               

Appreciative inquiry in education

The initiator of the study is an approach that believes that the improvement is more attractive when the focus is on strengths, not weaknesses. People tend to respond to positive statements, but to respond to negative statements that concern them ...

                                               

Assessment of basic language and learning skills

Assessment of basic language and learning skills is an educational tool, often used in applied behavior analysis to measure the basic linguistic and functional skills of an individual with delays or deviations in development.

                                               

Association of Educational Psychologists

Association of educational psychologists is a trade Union in the United Kingdom. The British psychological society in the face of educational psychologists until 1962, when it received chartered status. Those participants who wished to remain par ...

                                               

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Attention deficit with hyperactivity is a mental disorder of the neurodevelopmental type. It is characterized by difficulty concentrating, excessive activity and act without considering the consequences, which otherwise is not suitable for person ...

                                               

Auditory learning

Auditory learning style in which a person learns to listen. An auditory learner depends on listening and speaking as a main way of learning. Auditory students should be able to hear each other, to understand and may have difficulty with instructi ...

                                               

Authentic learning

In education, authentic learning is a didactic approach that enables students to explore, discuss, and consciously to build concepts and relationships in contexts that involve real-world problems and projects relevant to the student. It means "a ...

                                               

Big-fish–little-pond effect

Big-fish-little-pond effect is the basis of the model presented to Herbert marsh and John V. Parker in 1984. According to the model, people compare their identity with their peers and equally capable people have Higher self-concepts when a less a ...

                                               

Bloom's taxonomy

Blooms taxonomy is a set of three hierarchical models used for the classification of educational learning objectives at the levels of complexity and specificity. The three lists cover the learning objectives in the cognitive, affective and sensor ...

                                               

Bloom's 2 sigma problem

Blooms 2 the problem of the "Sigma" refers to an educational phenomenon observed by educational psychologist Benjamin bloom and initially reported in 1984 in the journal educational researcher. Bloom found that the average student studied one-to- ...

                                               

The Bully: A Discussion and Activity Story

The bully: a Discussion and activity story is a 40-page childrens story and activity book Rita Y. Toews published in 2003. The story focuses on giving children about how bullying makes them feel, and educates parents on how to handle a bully situ ...

                                               

Career portfolio

Career portfolios are used to plan, organize and document education, work samples and skills. People use career portfolios to apply for jobs, apply to College or training programs. They are more in depth than a resume, which is used to sum up the ...

                                               

Classroom management

Classroom management is the term teachers use to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly without aggressive behavior among the students of the damage instructions. The term also implies the prevention of aggressive be ...

                                               

Co-coaching

Co-coaching is a structured practice of coaching, which includes peers and with the ultimate aim to obtain expertise in the process of learning how to coach or improve their coaching methods. This is usually done with one partner as a coach, and ...

                                               

Coaching

Coaching is a form of development in which an experienced person called a coach supports a learner or client in achieving specific personal or professional goals, learning and leadership. The learner is sometimes referred to as coachee. Occasiona ...

                                               

Cognitive elite

The cognitive elite of society, according to Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray, those with a higher level of intelligence and thus better prospects for success in life. The development of the cognitive elite during the 20th century in his ...

                                               

Cognitive load

In cognitive psychology, cognitive load refers to the amount of used working memory. Cognitive load theory differencial cognitive load into three types: domestic, foreign, and appropriate. Internal cognitive load is the effort related to a specif ...

                                               

Cognitive rigor

Cognitive rigor is a combined model developed by superimposing two existing models for describing rigor that are widely recognized in the education system in the United States. The concept of "indicated and measured depth and degree students and ...

                                               

Cognitive strategy

Cognitive strategies are the specific methods that people use to solve problems, including all sorts of reasoning, planning, arithmetic, etc. most Importantly, cognitive strategy, dont need all "in the head", but almost always interacting with di ...

                                               

Cognitive style

Cognitive style or thinking style-a term used in cognitive psychology to describe how people think, perceive and remember information. Cognitive style differs from cognitive ability, which is measured by aptitude tests or so-called intelligence t ...

                                               

Cognitive tutor

Cognitive tutor is a particular kind of intelligent tutoring system uses a cognitive model to provide feedback for students as they work through problems. This feedback will immediately inform the students about the rightness or wrongness of thei ...

                                               

Collaborative learning

Collaborative learning is a situation in which two or more people learn or attempt to learn something together. Unlike individual learning, people engaged in collaborative learning to use other peoples resources and skills. More specifically, col ...

                                               

Communication apprehension

Concerns the relationship of the level of anxiety caused by real or anticipated act of communication, as defined by McCroskey. Fear of the court from the audience and self-esteem is what fuels anxiety. Communication apprehension, California, can ...

                                               

Computer-supported collaborative learning

Computer-supported collaborative learning is a pedagogical approach wherein learning takes place via social interaction using a computer or the Internet. This kind of learning is characterized by the exchange and accumulation of knowledge among p ...

                                               

Conceptual change

Conceptual change is the process by which Basic concepts and the relationship between change in individual life or in history. Studies in four different fields – cognitive psychology, cognitive psychology, science, education, history and philosop ...

                                               

Conductive pedagogy

Conductive pedagogy is a pedagogy, particularly useful for students with disabilities as those with cerebral palsy. Main principles of work are: People should be tolerant. A full life requires participation, segregation unfulfilling. Humans inher ...

                                               

Constructionism (learning theory)

Constructionist learning when learners build mental models to understand the world around them. Constructivism student-centered lawyers, discovery learning, where students use information they already know to acquire more knowledge. Students lear ...

                                               

Constructive alignment

Constructive alignment is a principle used in the development of learning activities and assessment tasks that directly relate to intended learning outcomes in a way not typically achieved in traditional lectures, practical classes and examinatio ...

                                               

Constructivist teaching methods

Constructivist teaching is based on learning theories. Constructivist teaching is based on the belief that learning occurs as learners are actively involved in the process the meaning and construction of knowledge, in contrast to passively receiv ...

                                               

Correspondent inference theory

The theory of correspondent inference is a psychological theory proposed by Edward E. Jones and Keith E. Davis that "systematically accounts for vosprinimala insights that the actor tried to bring about concrete action." The purpose of this theor ...

                                               

Creative pedagogy

Creative pedagogy is the science and art of creative learning. This is the sub-field of pedagogy, opposed to critical pedagogy. "In essence, creative pedagogy teaches learners to learn creatively, and to become creators of themselves and creators ...

                                               

Criterion-referenced test

Criterion-reference test style a test that uses test results to create a statement about behavior that can be expected from a man with such a result. Most tests and quizzes written by school teachers can be considered as the criterion tests. In t ...

                                               

Critical appraisal

Critical appraisal is the use of clear, transparent methods to assess the data in published research, applying the rules of evidence to factors such as internal validity, conformity to reporting standards, conclusions and generalizations. Critica ...

                                               

Cultural learning

Cultural learning is the way a group of people or animals within a society or culture tend to learn and transfer information. Learning styles greatly depends on how the culture deals with its children and youth. Cross-cultural research in the las ...

                                               

Cultural-historical activity theory

Cultural-historical activity theory is a theoretical framework that helps to understand and analyze the relationship between the human mind and activities. He is descended from the founders of the cultural-historical school in Russian psychology ...

                                               

Cultural-historical psychology

Cultural-historical psychology is the branch of avant-garde and futuristic psychological theory and practice, "science of Superman" associated with Vygotsky and A. R. Luria, and their circle, who initiated him into the middle of 1920-ies–1930-ies ...

                                               

Das–Naglieri cognitive assessment system

Das–Naglieri cognitive assessment system test is an individually administered test of cognitive functioning of children and adolescents from 5 to 17 years, which was designed to assess the planning, attention, simultaneous and successive cognitiv ...

                                               

Defining Issues Test

The definition of the test questions or the DIT is a component model of moral development developed by James rest in 1974. The University of Minnesota formally established the Center for the study of ethical development as a vehicle for research ...

                                               

Design-based learning

Project-oriented learning, known as learning design, is a query based on the form of teaching, or pedagogy, which is based on the integration of design thinking and design process in the classroom in K-12 and higher levels. Design the learning en ...

                                               

Dialogic pedagogy

Dialogic pedagogy is a theory and practice of learning in which dialogue is Central. Teachers and students are in an equal relationship and listen to multiple points of view.

                                               

Direct instruction

Direct instruction is a term for explicit skills training through lectures or demonstrations of the material to students. In particular, a subset of direct instruction, denoted by the letters as a direct reference, refers to a specific example of ...

                                               

Discovery learning

Training discovery is a method of inquiry-based learning and is a constructivist approach to education. It is also called problem-based learning, experience and training of the 21st century. Supported the work of learning theorists and psychologi ...

                                               

Distinction bias

Bias differences, the concepts of theory of decision-making is the tendency to view two options as more distinctive when evaluating them simultaneously than when evaluating them separately. One writer presented what he called a "simplified view" ...

                                               

Distributed scaffolding

Are the forests is a concept developed by Puntambekar and Kolodner, who describes the current system of support for students with a few tools, events, technologies and environments that enhance learning and performance. Originally presented by wo ...

                                               

Divergent question

Popular in inquiry education, divergent questions allow students to explore the different possibilities and create many different variations and alternative answers and scenarios. Correctness may be based on logical calculations can be contextual ...

                                               

The DO-IT Center

Do centre based in the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1992, is the mission to increase the participation of people with disabilities higher education and career in STEM fields and careers, and when computing fields an ...

                                               

Double deficit (education)

Double deficit theory of dyslexia suggests that a deficit in two essential skills leads to low level of reading performances, constituting the most severe form of dyslexia.

                                               

Dr. Fox effect

The Dr. Fox effect is a correlation observed between teacher expressiveness, content, student evaluations and student performance. This effect also allows you to delve into other related effects, such as those discussed below, and the relationshi ...

                                               

Dual-coding theory

Dual coding theory of cognition, was hypothesized by Allan Paivio of University of Western Ontario in 1971. In developing this theory, Paivio used the idea that the formation of mental images AIDS in learning. According to Paivio, there are two w ...

                                               

Duality (CoPs)

Theory of community practice, an interdisciplinary field between sociology of education and educational psychology, the concept of duality is used to obtain an idea of the tension between the two opposing forces which become a driving force of ch ...

                                               

Dyad pedagogy

Dyad pedagogy is a purposeful method of learning. Students are divided into dyads and work together on inquiry-type problems. The teaching method was developed by Dr. Lloyd Sherman, Professor at mount Sinai school of medicine in new York in the 1 ...

                                               

Dyslexia

Dyslexia, also known as reading disorder, is characterized by problems with reading, despite normal intelligence. Different people are affected to different degrees. Problems may include difficulties in spelling, to read quickly, to write the wor ...

                                               

E-learning (theory)

Alarm principle: the use of visual, auditory or temporal cues to draw attention to important elements of the lesson. Common techniques include arrows, circles, highlighting, or underlining text, and pause or vocal accents to the narrative. The fi ...

                                               

Educational assessment

Educational assessment or educational evaluation is a systematic process of documenting and using empirical data from the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and beliefs concerning the program and effectiveness of student learning. These estimates can ...

                                               

Educational data mining

Educational data mining is described field studies associated with the use of data mining, machine learning and statistics to information received from educational institutions. At a high level, the field seeks to develop and improve methods to s ...

                                               

Educational psychologist

Educational psychologist is a psychologist whose differentiating functions may include diagnostic and psycho-educational assessment, psychological counseling in educational communities, community-type psycho-educational intervention and mediation ...

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