A Didactic Analysis of Student Content Learning During the Reciprocal Style of Teaching
- Investigating a Peer-to-Peer Community Service Learning Model for LIS Education. O'Brien, Heather L.; Freund, Luanne; Jantzi, Leanna; Sinanan, Samantha // Journal of Education for Library & Information Science;Oct2014, Vol. 55 Issue 4, p322
This research explores the professionalization of Library and Information Science (LIS) students who participated in a peer-tutoring service, "Research Rescue." Research Rescue was a collaboration of the Chapman Learning Commons and the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies (SLAIS)...
- Translating between representations in a social context: a study of undergraduate science students' representational fluency. Nichols, Kim; Ranasinghe, Muditha; Hanan, Jim // Instructional Science;Jul2013, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p699
Interacting with and translating across multiple representations is an essential characteristic of expertise and representational fluency. In this study, we explored the effect of interacting with and translating between representations in a computer simulation or in a paper-based assignment on...
- Wall crawlers. Daily, Laura; Horan, Kevin // National Geographic World;May97, Issue 261, p2
Reports on the adventure of a group of adolescents who climbed the Upper Limits Rock Gym of Bloomington, Illinois which is inside towering grain silos. Challenging routes that climbers took on; Safety tips recommended by gym owner Chris Schmick. INSET: Thrills, not spills..
- The Development of a Culturally Appropriate Analogy for Implicit Motor Learning in a Chinese Population. Poolton, Jamie M.; Masters, Richard S. W.; Maxwell, Jon P. // Sport Psychologist;Dec2007, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p375
Learning a motor skill by analogy can benefit performers because the movement that is developed has characteristics of implicit motor learning: namely, movement robustness under pressure and secondary task distraction and limited accrual of explicit knowledge (Liao & Masters, 2001). At an...
- A STUDY ON KINESTHETIC SENSE AND MOTOR CREATIVITY OF ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE GROUP AND SPORTS PERFORMANCE GROUP. Sarkar, Saugata // Golden Research Thoughts;Oct2013, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p1
Active life needs movement, because movement is the basis of life. Exercise helps to improve the all round development. Any type of movement requires several qualitative ability of neuro-muscular response. So the aim of the study was set to observe the kinesthetic sense and motor creativity of...
- Climbing the Walls at School. // District Administration;May2004, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p16
Focuses on the program called climbing the walls offered by schools in Texas as of the physical education classes. Benefits of the program to students; Involvement of upper body strength, coordination and balance in wall climbing.
- MOVE. // Current Health 2;Nov2009, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p2
The article focuses on the benefits of indoor rock walls for indoor climbers.
- On a Grand Scale. FLANDERS, KEVIN // BusinessWest;4/7/2014, Vol. 30 Issue 21, p30
The article discusses the emergence of indoor rock climbing in Hadley, Massachusetts, with particular focus on two facilities which offer the exercise such as Central Rock Gym and Northampton Ahtletic Club (NAC).
- Reinhold Messner. Fischer, Ludger; Schneider, Sabine // Baumeister;mar2012, Vol. 109 Issue 3, p15
The article presents a sarcastic email from Ludger Fischer to Reinhold Messner, mountaineer and adventurer, in which he mocks Messner's presence at the inauguration of an indoor climbing and bouldering hall in Bozen, Italy.