developmental learning

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learning that takes place as a normal part of cognitive development

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These objectives will be achieved through theoretical studies concerning the relationship of a robot s state and a robot s sensed context; through an open source software implementation of a developmental learning that associates high-dimensional sensor input to actuation in real-time; and through controlled experimental evaluations with the iCub humanoid robot and human teachers.
Pyle and DeLuca framed their profiles in relation to contemporary assessment theory, recognizing that teachers' assessment practices fundamentally operated within a sociodevelopmental framework of learning that acknowledged classroom context, social interactions, and developmental learning continuums (Black & Wiliam, 2006; Brookhart, 2004).
Thursday: Louis Theroux - Extreme Love (BBC2, 9pm) is an uncompromising report from New Jersey's Developmental Learning Centre for children with autism.
These considerations led to the development of an integrated, longitudinal and developmental learning curriculum.
After years of comprehensive education and social, vocational, recreational and rehabilitation training at the centre, the students with developmental learning challenges celebrated the occasion with their families and friends.
Mary Beth Rosson, Hansa Sinha, Dejin Zhao, John Carroll, Craig Ganoe and Jan Mahar, in "wConnect: Cultivating a Landscape of Online Places for a Developmental Learning Community", describe the tools they are using to seed and build a developmental learning community, including extensions of Facebook and design approaches like participatory design.
Stanley Greenspan and practiced at Santa Monica's SmartStart Developmental Learning Center, where the Linthorsts were exposed to it.
Although colleges have worthy intentions to assist and guide people in a developmental learning process about diverse issues, the trainings, as the article suggests, often backfire because of a confrontational approach that hopes to build an empathic response.
It is also important for the teacher to determine how his/her class is moving toward specific academic and/or social/behavioral goals, and then assess the developmental learning outcomes for the students.
Furthermore, counsellors could no longer deliver guidance unilaterally, rather, they would learn with teachers to design developmental learning experiences, to participate in the implementation of programme components, and to provide information on the effectiveness of each components.
Three major themes emerged from students' use of concept maps: 1) factors influencing the map creation, 2) developmental learning process over time, and 3) validation of existing knowledge and construction of new knowledge.
Its principal, a former psychologist who specialized in child development, cofounded TIS in 2000 on the belief that children should be taught according to their developmental learning stages.
Spell's experience that children learn best by absorbing material sequentially through simple exercises that are taught orally, visually, and viscerally, says Wingate-Spell, was consistent with developmental learning theory.
He noted that once educators know the nature of developmental growth (in K-12), they then can establish the conditions necessary to encourage developmental learning.
He also was the men's varsity coach at Lehigh University, where he earned his doctorate in education in 1970 while serving as Director of the famed Centennial Elementary Laboratory School, the breeding ground for many of his innovative approaches to developmental learning systems.
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