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Michalski R S 2000 Learnable Evolution Model: Evolutionary Process Guided by Machine Learning Machine Learning, 38: 9-40
At the heart of these aspirations is the idea that learning is a learnable skill, something capable of development.
Another way to improve the management of learnable risks depends on whether you can build a network to help handle it and offset your disadvantage.
Kouzes' and Posner's research supports that leadership is an observable, learnable set of practices.
Parenting: A Learnable Skill" is the title of a class to be presented at 6:45 p.
One reason featured in my most recent papers is that the solutions involving problematic results are not E-stable or (therefore) adaptively learnable, as explained in the extensive theoretical contributions of Evans and Honkapohja.
Let students know immediately that the creative arts are as teachable and learnable as chemistry, business, psychology, or any other field.
I defended an approach which Professor Burbules aptly labels `proceduralism', emphasising learnable skills and tested techniques of making good ethical decisions.
Conversely, many children of hearing parents may not have the same internal-language base because (a) lipreading and speech training does not always result in normal English language acquisition (Quigley & Kretschmer, 1982; Wilbur, 1979); (b) parents may not possess adequate signing skills to communicate with their children (Bornstein, Saulnier, & Hamilton, 1980; Mindel & Vernon, 1987; Swisher, 1984; Swisher & Thompson, 1985); and (c) MCE systems invented to "represent English on the hands" are not natural languages and aspects of the systems may not be learnable to children attempting to acquire the system (Drasgow & Paul, 1995; Gee & Goodhart, 1985; Maxwell, 1983, 1987; Schick & Moeller, 1992; Supalla, S.
Sales is a certain kind of talent; these other things are skills that are learnable.
Themes such as altruism, ethical concern, commitment and cooperation are indeed "teachable and learnable subjects," and should be mandated in public education.
Have a plan, but leave room to delight in the unexpected learnable moment; in either case, put the children in the center of the experience so they become their own teachers.
Richardson has spent 30 years examining every type of sales conversation - deconstructing them, rebuilding them, and making them learnable and repeatable for each stage of the sales cycle.
8220;By taking advantage of GitHub (a tool we were already using and one many developers are intimately familiar with), we can open up the once-closed writing and editing process and allow the entire SitePoint community, including Learnable, to get involved in our publishing projects.
It is concluded that as emotional intelligence traits are learnable, training and promoting emotional intelligence of teachers can increase their general health which in turn promotes the general health of entire education organization that is responsible for educating and training the human recourses needed by all other sectors of the society.