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Artículos, Noticias y Breves El profesor Novak dinamita el aprendizaje de memoria con sus mapas conceptuales. Defiende el estudio mediante la unión de conceptos frente al pensamiento mecánico que desaparece en un plazo de seis meses. [Ver noticia] Congreso internacional de mapas conceptuales Conferencia Magistral del professor Fermín González en el 6º Congreso Internacional de Metodología de la Ciencia y la Investigación para la Educación realitzada a Campeche. Mèxic. Presentación en colegios de México DF de “Cómo aplicar el aprendizaje significativo en el aula” del profesor Antoni Ballester Aprendizaje y competencias. El aprendizaje significativo como parte vital del aprendizaje basado en competencias, teoría y pràctica Conferencia de Antoni Ballester Conferencia de Antoni Ballester “Cómo aplicar el aprendizaje significativo en el aula”. Videoconferencia Dr. El profesor Novak dinamita el aprendizaje de memoria con sus mapas conceptuales [Ver noticia] Presentación del libro Artículo de Joseph D.
A.A.P.P.Q and C-I-SAID I have been retired for more than 10 years but I still get e-mails about C-I-SAID and the A.A.P.PQ. C-I-Said is a legacy product and may not work on modern operating systems. It is freeware and no longer supported. The programme files are here. To activate the programme use this licence number Download A.A.P.P.Q - Alcohol and Alcohol Problems Pereception Questionairre. A.A.P.P.Q. and associated questionairres seem to be still in use. Download AAPPQ.Zip I also have hard copies of the original articles. The Key References to the AAPPQ are Cartwright, A. (1981) Are Different Therapeutic Perspectives Important in the Treatment of Alcoholism, British Journal of Addiction 76, pp. 347-361. Cartwright, A. & Gorman, D. (1993) Processes Involved In Changing The Attitudes Of Clinicians Toward Working With Drinking Clients, Psychotherapy Research, 3(2), pp. 95-104. Implications of using the composite and short versions of the AAPPQ. Download AAPPQ Key Papers.pdf The following paper is also available.
Guide 7: Less Structured Designs A refresher from our overview: To start (my opinion), I don't like the terminology distinction "quantitative-qualitative." It confuses the level of the variables (such as nominal or interval) with the way you conducted your study (e.g., experiment, ethnography), and that is just plain inaccurate. Many historical studies, for example, are highly quantitative. Field studies may gather information on quantitative variables. Furthermore, the level of the variables, whether quantitative or qualitative, also has absolutely nothing to do with causality or internal validity. Yet, we suspect that differences exist among methods called "quantitative" and those called "qualitative." I believe that key is STRUCTURE. Less structured ("qualitative") research is much more fluid. A huge reason for this fluidity is that once you enter "the field," whether this is an organization or a set of records, you will almost certainly encounter many unanticipated events, patterns or sequences. Ethnographies Gleaning
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The placebo effect and a partici The placebo effect and a participatory worldview John Heron, formerly Assistant Director, British Postgraduate Medical Federation, University of London Published in D.Peters (ed), Understanding the Placebo Effect in Complementary Medicine, London, Churchill Livingstone, 2001, pp 189-212. Outline Inquiry paradigms Cartesian anomaly The downfall of positivism A participatory worldview Critical subjectivity and four ways of knowing Methodology: co-operative inquiry The body as a subjective-objective reality The relevance and limits of conventional medical research The relevance of co-operative inquiry A co-operative inquiry project Inquiry paradigms Any method of inquiry presupposes an inquiry paradigm, which is a set of basic beliefs about the nature of reality and how it may be known (Guba and Lincoln, 1994; Heron and Reason, 1997). These are philosophical presuppositions of the method and are not derived from the method.
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