In order to keep multi-role communication action of virtual network classroom orderly and correctly at the same time, this paper proposes and studies its communication collaborative relationship based on Petri Net. Firstly, it introduces the basic theory and the system state change graph of the roles in virtual classroom, and discusses in detail the collaborative relationship between students and teacher in network environment. Especially by taking advantage of Petri Net tool, this paper in
International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 2, 29–37
Research on smart spaces represents one of the most innovative work being done recently. One of the interesting applications of smart spaces is the smart classroom. It aims at using new technologies and tools to provide adaptive, comfortable and personalized learning which supports and facilitates the learning operation. Often instructors waste a precious time of theirs courses on tasks not directly related to the course content especially adjusting several times both the light system of the
International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 1, 1–8
This article explores how involvement in an Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) programme in one New Zealand early childhood centre provides leadership opportunities for teachers and children and highlights the benefits of [re]connecting young children with nature on a regular basis. It focuses on teachers’ and parents’ views and perspectives on their participation in this nature-based education programme, specifically in regard to the leadership opportunities that the programme
Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , ISSUE 1, 32–45
The purpose of this article is to use a research-based and teaching experience approach to demonstrate how regular classroom teachers identify and support at-risk students with academic and social issues impacting their lives. It also gives insight about challenges facing these students from the teachers’ perspectives. Six different case-studies briefly describe a gifted at-risk student that each teacher recognized as needing help and found ways to provide support. Each case study reflects the
Claudia V. Gonzales,
Eva Marie Bisaillon
Apex , ISSUE 1, 21–28
analysis can help architects and classroom users adopt a more rational approach to further optimization and work out a definite building process which could provide a platform to compare different alternatives on a common and comprehensive basis.
Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 4, 73–87
Path planning of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is an optimal problem in the complex combat field environment. Teaching-Learning-Based Optimization (TLBO) algorithm is presented under the inspiration of the teaching-learning behavior in a classroom. In this paper, this algorithm is applied to design a path by the search angle and distance, by which a better path at higher convergence speed and shorter route can be found. Finally experimental comparison results show that TLBO algorithm is a
International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 3, 1310–1325
The use of semi-physical simulation platform for school laboratory and classroom building scene a lot of field measurements, analysis of power line channel transmission characteristics of the different environments, and features a three-dimensional graphic display of variable power line channel under different scenarios. At the same time in order to improve the efficiency of the data analysis, the use of MATLAB simulation software design based on off-line data analysis software GUI interface
International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 3, 125–128
context, the ideological and political theory needs a new teaching model to make up for the shortcomings of the traditional teaching model. After a series of explorations, it is found that the teaching mode, which is based on classroom teaching and the network teaching is supplemented, is a new model in line with the requirements of the times. The network teaching platform of the ideological and political course has emerged as a new part of the network teaching.
International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 2, 95–98
classroom learning. Consequent areas of challenge within traditional academic domains, combined with their exceptional ability being rarely recognised or valued in schools, contribute to gifted visual-spatial learners being an “invisible group” (Gohm, Humphreys & Yao, 1998; Lubinski & Kell, 2013; Mahoney & Seeley, 1982; Seeley, 1987, 2003; Silverman, 1998; von Karolyi, 2013). These findings led to the development of a primary research aim to describe these differences and explore
Apex , ISSUE 1, 77–90
network evolution and allows educators a real-world example data set for use in classroom instruction.
Connections , ISSUE 1-2, 89–94
talented children. Teachers expressed positive attitudes towards gifted and talented children while acknowledging their lack of personal knowledge about gifted and talented education. The findings also identified teachers’ frustrations at barriers affecting their ability to support gifted and talented children’s social and emotional needs in their classroom programmes, including limited personal knowledge and skills, lack of professional development, lack of time to spend with gifted and
Apex , ISSUE 1, 18–35
of teaching content, and create a multidimensional interactive ideological and political classroom model. This will enable the teaching of ideological and political courses in universities to be carried out more effectively. Therefore, we should effectively use multimedia technology to assist our teaching in ideological and political education.
International Journal of Advanced Network, Monitoring and Controls , ISSUE 1, 122–125
team who changed the school culture from traditional one teacher per classroom settings to four to five teachers with approximately 105 students in flexible learning spaces. The principal and three members of the governing Board of Trustees of the school were interviewed. The study found that the leadership team had invested considerable time into sustained professional development in ways to effectively develop collaborative teaching communities within flexible learning spaces. The professional
Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice , ISSUE 1, 70–83
, children participated rarely in non-classroom and extracurricular activities. Parents reported a desire for their children to decrease time spent engaging in video games and increase time spent in the community, socializing, engaging in extracurricular activities, and completing chores. Parents reported a number of barriers to participation across community, home, and school settings. Conclusion: Children with ASD living in regional areas had restricted participation profiles and a number of barriers
Melissa H Black,
Scandinavian Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology , ISSUE 4, 170–182