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Artech 2005. Actas [do] 2º Workshop Luso-galaico de Artes Digitais

Marcos, Adérito; Valbom, Leonel; Meira, Marta
Fonte: Centro de Computação Gráfica Publicador: Centro de Computação Gráfica
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em /08/2005 POR
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2ª Workshop Luso-Galaico de Artes Digitais, Vila Nova de Cerveira, 27 Agosto, 2005; O Artech 2005. 2º Workshop Luso-Galaico de Artes Digitais, constitui em si mais um passo no caminho de aproximação das comunidades da arte e da computação. Tratou-se do segundo evento de uma série organizada anualmente, de intercâmbio entre Portugal e a Galiza, que visa fomentar o contacto e a colaboração entre as comunidades dos dois lados da fronteira, que lidam com a arte digital, considerando as suas múltiplas facetas tanto do foro artístico, tecnológico ou social. Este é o livro de Actas do Artech 2005.

Oficina de TV, uma prática educomunicativa: estudo de caso de uma criança abrigada; Workshop, an educommunication proposal: the case study of an institutionalized child

Sommerhalder-Miike, Helenita
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 04/08/2008 PT
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De um lado está a educomunicação, um campo novo, da interface entre a educação e a comunicação, definido como sendo um campo de intervenção social e de atuação profissional; subdivide-se em áreas específicas de atuação, como a da educação para a mídia, constituída pelas reflexões da relação entre produtores, o processo produtivo, a recepção das mensagens e os programas de formação de receptores autônomos e críticos frente aos meios de comunicação. De outro, estão crianças que vivem em abrigos, entidades vistas comumente como lugares de exclusão para onde são levados crianças e adolescentes à espera de um incerto destino melhor, cuja condição de vida, tanto anterior quanto atual, pode implicar em prejuízos ao desenvolvimento. Neste trabalho, que se caracteriza como uma pesquisa em ação, buscou-se compreender as possibilidades de ganhos que a participação em uma oficina de TV pode trazer para crianças abrigadas através de um estudo de caso de uma menina de onze anos, que vive em um abrigo de uma cidade de porte médio do interior de São Paulo. Procurou-se identificar mudanças na condição de desenvolvimento desta criança, expressas no seu contexto de vida cotidiana, que poderiam ser consideradas possivelmente decorrentes da participação no projeto. Adotamos como referencial teórico-metodológico a Rede de Significações. A oficina foi realizada em 30 encontros...

Recordação e transicionalidade: a oficina de cartas, fotografias e lembranças como intervenção psicoterapêutica grupal com idosos; Remembrance and Transitionality: the workshop of letters, photographs and memories as psychotherapeutic intervention of group with elderly

Gil, Claudia Aranha
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 25/10/2010 PT
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O estudo tem o objetivo de apresentar a Oficina de Cartas, Fotografias e Lembranças como proposta de método psicoterapêutico dirigido a idosos, em um enquadre grupal, e verificar seu alcance e seus benefícios para esse grupo. A pesquisa foi desenvolvida com o método clínico, baseado na teoria psicanalítica e, em especial, na leitura dos conceitos winnicottianos. A proposta terapêutica, descrita no trabalho foi desenvolvida a partir dos temas de recordação e transicionalidade, cujos efeitos foram avaliados antes e depois da intervenção. Participaram do estudo seis idosos de ambos os sexos um homem e cinco mulheres com idade entre 65 e 79 anos, que frequentavam um Grupo de Terceira Idade. Para compreensão diagnóstica, foram realizadas duas entrevistas iniciais e aplicados os instrumentos WHOQOL-BREF (Inventário de Qualidade de Vida - Forma breve), o BDI - Inventário Beck de Depressão e o Teste de Apercepção Temática para Idosos - SAT. O estudo descreve o processo psicoterapêutico desenvolvido, realizado em grupo e de forma breve, durante 16 sessões, o movimento entre os campos que se evidenciaram e as mudanças que ocorreram na vida dos participantes. A partir da análise do processo psicoterapêutico, a proposta da Oficina desenvolvida com esse grupo se mostrou eficaz. Houve significativa melhora dos sintomas depressivos e...

"Dança para todos": cartografias de experiências artísticas da oficina de dança e expressão corporal como lugar-ponte; "Dance for All" : cartographies of artistic experiences of the dance and body expression workshop as bridge-place

Bichara, Tatiana Alves Cordaro
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 29/05/2014 PT
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O objetivo deste trabalho é compreender o que a Oficina de Dança e Expressão Corporal produz em seu entorno, pelos territórios por onde passa e nos sujeitos que a vivenciam no espaço da cidade. Como objetivo específico, sistematiza a metodologia desenvolvida nos encontros da Oficina de Dança e Expressão Corporal como uma possibilidade de atuação que prioriza a arte da dança com finalidade artística, em grupo aberto e heterogêneo, de forma pública e gratuita. Como método, opta pelo uso de narrativas (Benjamin, 1994) de vivências da pesquisadora como coordenadora e dançarina da Oficina e da transcrição de depoimentos/testemunhos oferecidos pelos participantes do grupo. Deleuze e Guattari (2010) apresentam-se como importantes interlocutores para fundamentar a leitura cartográfica dessa história e o registro que subsidiou a postura indagativa e reflexiva sobre o que se cria, no processo em andamento da Oficina de Dança e Expressão Corporal, a qual foi tratada neste estudo como lugar-ponte para o sujeito/grupo transitar pelos polos institucionais e abrir passagens, em devir subjetivo e territorial, para além deles. A contribuição da filosofia de Espinosa (2009) mostra-se relevante à dimensão analítica deste trabalho...

The flower workshop in psychosocial rehabilitation: A pilot study

Pereira, Alfredo; Pereira, Maria Alice Ornellas
Fonte: Universidade Estadual Paulista Publicador: Universidade Estadual Paulista
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 47-50
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We report a pilot study with the Flower Workshop, a new modality of psychosocial rehabilitation group activity. Cognitive performance in schizophrenia and other mental conditions can be impaired depending on the tasks to be executed and their respective social context. The vulnerability of these individuals can be reduced by means of cognitive and socio-affective facilitation. We conducted a pilot study to introduce the Flower Workshop in a public Mental Health Service in the city of Ribeirao Preto (Sao Paulo-Brasil) with 12 participants during 18 months (2002-2003). With cognitive and socio-affective facilitation, participants were able to construct vases and make flower arrangements successfully.

WORKSHOP NACIONAL “INVESTIGAÇÃO EM OLIVICULTURA E AZEITE - RESULTADOS E APLICAÇÕES

Santos, Francisco L.; Sousa, Adélia O.; Rei, Fernando; Garcia, Raquel; Coelho, Renato R.; Perdigão, Joana
Fonte: Instituto de Ciências Agrárias e Ambientais Mediterrânicas Publicador: Instituto de Ciências Agrárias e Ambientais Mediterrânicas
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Workshop Nacional “Investigação em Olivicultura e Azeite – Resultados e Aplicações” De 27-06-2013, 09:00 a 28-06-2013 Sala de Conferências do Pólo da Mitra da Universidade de Évora O Workshop Nacional dedicado ao tema “Investigação em Olivicultura e Azeite – Resultados e Aplicações” realizou-se nos dias 27 e 28 de junho de 2013. Pretendeu-se com este evento, dirigido a produtores, técnicos, e todos os interessados, divulgar os resultados obtidos no âmbito de projetos de investigação em curso em Portugal na área da Olivicultura e Azeite, com especial ênfase nas potenciais aplicações e contribuições para o desenvolvimento do setor. As sessões incidiram nos seguintes temas Sistemas e Técnicas Culturais Recursos Genéticos e Melhoramento Proteção Fitossanitária Tecnologia e Qualidade do Azeite Apresentações Tema 1 - Sistemas e Técnicas Culturais Múltiplos olhares sobre a transpiração do olival - Francisco Lúcio dos Santos Gestão de cobertos vegetais de leguminosas anuais de ressementeira natural em olival - Manuel Ângelo Rodrigues Mecanização do Olival - soluções e novos desafios - Arlindo de Almeida Máquina para a Colheita em Contínuo de Azeitona - António Bento Dias Influência de diferentes regimes hídricos no uso e na eficiência do uso da água...

A Workshop Report on Wheat Genome Sequencing: International Genome Research on Wheat Consortium

Gill, Bikram S.; Appels, Rudi; Botha-Oberholster, Anna-Maria; Buell, C. Robin; Bennetzen, Jeffrey L.; Chalhoub, Boulos; Chumley, Forrest; Dvořák, Jan; Iwanaga, Masaru; Keller, Beat; Li, Wanlong; McCombie, W. Richard; Ogihara, Yasunari; Quetier, Francis;
Fonte: Genetics Society of America Publicador: Genetics Society of America
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /10/2004 EN
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Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a wheat genome sequencing workshop was held November 10–11, 2003, in Washington, DC. It brought together 63 scientists of diverse research interests and institutions, including 45 from the United States and 18 from a dozen foreign countries (see list of participants at http://www.ksu.edu/igrow). The objectives of the workshop were to discuss the status of wheat genomics, obtain feedback from ongoing genome sequencing projects, and develop strategies for sequencing the wheat genome. The purpose of this report is to convey the information discussed at the workshop and provide the basis for an ongoing dialogue, bringing forth comments and suggestions from the genetics community.

Guidance from an NIH Workshop on Designing, Implementing, and Reporting Clinical Studies of Soy Interventions1–4

Klein, Marguerite A.; Nahin, Richard L.; Messina, Mark J.; Rader, Jeanne I.; Thompson, Lilian U.; Badger, Thomas M.; Dwyer, Johanna T.; Kim, Young S.; Pontzer, Carol H.; Starke-Reed, Pamela E.; Weaver, Connie M.
Fonte: American Society for Nutrition Publicador: American Society for Nutrition
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2010 EN
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The NIH sponsored a scientific workshop, “Soy Protein/Isoflavone Research: Challenges in Designing and Evaluating Intervention Studies,” July 28–29, 2009. The workshop goal was to provide guidance for the next generation of soy protein/isoflavone human research. Session topics included population exposure to soy; the variability of the human response to soy; product composition; methods, tools, and resources available to estimate exposure and protocol adherence; and analytical methods to assess soy in foods and supplements and analytes in biologic fluids and other tissues. The intent of the workshop was to address the quality of soy studies, not the efficacy or safety of soy. Prior NIH workshops and an evidence-based review questioned the quality of data from human soy studies. If clinical studies are pursued, investigators need to ensure that the experimental designs are optimal and the studies properly executed. The workshop participants identified methodological issues that may confound study results and interpretation. Scientifically sound and useful options for dealing with these issues were discussed. The resulting guidance is presented in this document with a brief rationale. The guidance is specific to soy clinical research and does not address nonsoy-related factors that should also be considered in designing and reporting clinical studies. This guidance may be used by investigators...

Cell Plasticity in Lung Injury and Repair: Report from an NHLBI Workshop, April 19–20, 2010

Borok, Zea; Whitsett, Jeffrey A.; Bitterman, Peter B.; Thannickal, Victor J.; Kotton, Darrell N.; Reynolds, Susan D.; Krasnow, Mark A.; Bianchi, Diana W.; Morrisey, Edward E.; Hogan, Brigid L.; Kurie, Jonathan M.; Walker, David C.; Radisky, Derek C.; Nish
Fonte: American Thoracic Society Publicador: American Thoracic Society
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 01/06/2011 EN
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In April 2010, a NIH workshop was convened to discuss the current state of understanding of lung cell plasticity, including the responses of epithelial cells to injury, with the objectives of summarizing what is known, what the field needs to know, and how to get there. The proximal stimulus for this workshop is the body of recent evidence suggesting that plasticity is a prominent but incompletely characterized property of lung epithelial cells, and that a focus on understanding this aspect of epithelial cell biology in particular, may be an important window into disease pathobiology and pathogenesis. In addition to their many vital functions in maintaining tissue homeostasis, epithelial cells have emerged as both a central target of disease initiation and an active contributor to disease progression, making a workshop to investigate the role of cell plasticity in lung injury and repair timely. The workshop was organized around four major themes: lung epithelial cell plasticity, signaling control of plasticity, fibroblast plasticity and crosstalk, and translation to human disease. Although this breakdown was recognized to be somewhat artificial, it was felt that this approach would promote cross-fertilization among groups that ordinarily do not communicate and lend itself to the generation of new approaches. The summary reports of individual group discussions below are followed by consensus priorities and recommendations of the workshop participants.

A workshop report on HIV mHealth synergy and strategy meeting to review emerging evidence-based mHealth interventions and develop a framework for scale-up of these interventions

Karanja, Sarah; Mbuagbaw, Lawrence; Ritvo, Paul; Law, Judith; Kyobutungi, Catherine; Reid, Graham; Ram, Ravi; Estambale, Benson; Lester, Richard
Fonte: The African Field Epidemiology Network Publicador: The African Field Epidemiology Network
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 11/11/2011 EN
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mHealth is a term used to refer to mobile technologies such as personal digital assistants and mobile phones for healthcare. mHealth initiatives to support care and treatment of patients are emerging globally and this workshop brought together researchers, policy makers, information, communication and technology programmers, academics and civil society representatives for one and a half days synergy meeting in Kenya to review regional evidence based mHealth research for HIV care and treatment, review mHealth technologies for adherence and retention interventions in anti-retroviral therapy (ART) programs and develop a framework for scale up of evidence based mHealth interventions. The workshop was held in May 2011 in Nairobi, Kenya and was funded by the Canadian Global Health Research Initiatives (GHRI) and the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). At the end of the workshop participants came up with a framework to guide mHealth initiatives in the region and a plan to work together in scaling up evidence based mHealth interventions. The participants acknowledged the importance of the meeting in setting the pace for strengthening and coordinating mHealth initiatives and unanimously agreed to hold a follow up meeting after three months.

Stakeholder Priorities for Comparative Effectiveness Research in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Workshop Report

Krishnan, Jerry A.; Lindenauer, Peter K.; Au, David H.; Carson, Shannon S.; Lee, Todd A.; McBurnie, Mary Ann; Naureckas, Edward T.; Vollmer, William M.; Mularski, Richard A.
Fonte: American Thoracic Society Publicador: American Thoracic Society
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Comparative effectiveness research (CER) is intended to address the expressed needs of patients, clinicians, and other stakeholders. Representatives of 54 stakeholder groups with an interest in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) participated in workshops convened by the COPD Outcomes-based Network for Clinical Effectiveness and Research Translation (CONCERT) over a 2-year period. Year 1 focused on chronic care and care coordination. Year 2 focused on acute care and transitions in care between healthcare settings. Discussions and provisional voting were conducted via teleconferences and e-mail exchanges before the workshop. Final prioritization votes occurred after in-person discussions at the workshop. We used a modified Delphi approach to facilitate discussions and consensus building. To more easily quantify preferences and to evaluate the internal consistency of rankings, the Analytic Hierarchy Process was incorporated in Year 2. Results of preworkshop and final workshop voting often differed, suggesting that prioritization efforts relying solely on requests for topics from stakeholder groups without in-person discussion may provide different research priorities. Research priorities varied across stakeholder groups, but generally focused on studies to evaluate different approaches to healthcare delivery (e.g....

Future Directions in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Research. An NHLBI Workshop Report

Blackwell, Timothy S.; Tager, Andrew M.; Borok, Zea; Moore, Bethany B.; Schwartz, David A.; Anstrom, Kevin J.; Bar-Joseph, Ziv; Bitterman, Peter; Blackburn, Michael R.; Bradford, William; Brown, Kevin K.; Chapman, Harold A.; Collard, Harold R.; Cosgrove,
Fonte: American Thoracic Society Publicador: American Thoracic Society
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The median survival of patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) continues to be approximately 3 years from the time of diagnosis, underscoring the lack of effective medical therapies for this disease. In the United States alone, approximately 40,000 patients die of this disease annually. In November 2012, the NHLBI held a workshop aimed at coordinating research efforts and accelerating the development of IPF therapies. Basic, translational, and clinical researchers gathered with representatives from the NHLBI, patient advocacy groups, pharmaceutical companies, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to review the current state of IPF research and identify priority areas, opportunities for collaborations, and directions for future research. The workshop was organized into groups that were tasked with assessing and making recommendations to promote progress in one of the following six critical areas of research: (1) biology of alveolar epithelial injury and aberrant repair; (2) role of extracellular matrix; (3) preclinical modeling; (4) role of inflammation and immunity; (5) genetic, epigenetic, and environmental determinants; (6) translation of discoveries into diagnostics and therapeutics. The workshop recommendations provide a basis for directing future research and strategic planning by scientific...

Setting research priorities to reduce malaria burden in a post graduate training programme: lessons learnt from the Nigeria field epidemiology and laboratory training programme scientific workshop

Fawole, Olufunmilayo I; Ajumobi, Olufemi; Poggensee, Gabriele; Nguku, Patrick
Fonte: The African Field Epidemiology Network Publicador: The African Field Epidemiology Network
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 17/07/2014 EN
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Although several research groups within institutions in Nigeria have been involved in extensive malaria research, the link between the research community and policy formulation has not been optimal. The workshop aimed to assist post graduate students to identify knowledge gaps and to develop relevant Malaria-related research proposals in line with identified research priorities. A training needs assessment questionnaire was completed by 22 students two week prior to the workshop. Also, a one page concept letter was received from 40 residents. Thirty students were selected based the following six criteria: - answerability and ethics; efficacy and impact; deliverability, affordability; scalability, sustainability; health systems, partnership and community involvement; and equity in achieved disease burden reduction. The workshop was over a three day period. The participants at the workshop were 30 Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programme (NFELTP) residents from cohorts 4 and 5. Ten technical papers were presented by the experts from the academia, National Malaria Elimination (NMEP) Programme, NFELTP Faculty and Implementing partners including CDC/PMI. Draft proposals were developed and presented by the residents. The “strongest need” for training was on malaria prevention...

Setting Research Priorities for HIV/AIDS-related research in a post-graduate training programme: lessons learnt from the Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programme scientific workshop

Poggensee, Gabriele; Waziri, Ndadilnasiya Endie; Bashorun, Adebobola; Nguku, Patrick Mboya; Fawole, Olufunmilayo Ibitola; Sabitu, Kabir
Fonte: The African Field Epidemiology Network Publicador: The African Field Epidemiology Network
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 30/07/2014 EN
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In Nigeria the current prevalence of HIV is 4.1% with over 3.5 million infected and estimated 1.5 million in need of anti-retroviral treatment. Epidemiological and implementation studies are necessary for monitoring and evaluation of interventions. To define research areas which can be addressed by participants of the Nigeria Field Epidemiology and Training Programme (NFELTP) a workshop was held in April 2013 in Abuja, Nigeria. Priority research areas were identified using criteria lists for ranking of the relevance of research questions. Based on a research matrix, NFELTP residents developed the aims and objectives, study design for HIV-related research proposals. This workshop was the first workshop held by the NFELTP to establish an inventory of research questions which can be addressed by the residents within their training period. This inventory will help to increase HIV/AIDS-related activities of NFELTP which are in accordance with research needs in Nigeria and PEPFAR objectives.

The Effectiveness of an Online Workshop on Behavior Management as a Professional Development Tool for Teachers

Kuriyan, Aparajita B
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
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The current study examines the effects of an online workshop pertaining to classroom behavior management on teacher self-efficacy, attitudes, motivation, knowledge, and practices. In addition, information about teacher utilization of the Internet, their opinions about professional development, and experiences with classroom management were collected. Participants included 57 1st through 5th grade special and regular education teachers. Eligible teachers were those who teach an academic subject and had at least one child in the classroom they considered as disruptive. Teachers were randomized to either a training or waitlist group. Classroom observations of teacher practices and questionnaires were utilized. Teachers in the training group participated in two assessment points, baseline and post-workshop, and received access to the online course immediately following the baseline assessment. Teachers in the waitlist group participated in three assessment points, baseline, post-workshop, and follow-up, and received access to the online course immediately following the post-workshop assessment. Findings show that all teachers had access to the Internet at home and at school and used it on a daily basis. The majority of teachers indicated having some past training on all the techniques that were presented in the online workshop. All teachers expressed satisfaction with the workshop...

What have we learnt about the cultural, social and behavioural determinants of health? From Selected Readings to the first Health Transition Workshop

Caldwell, John C
Fonte: Health Transition Centre, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University Publicador: Health Transition Centre, National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National University
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 52049 bytes; application/pdf
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The article explores the issue of whether the holding of an international workshop in Canberra in 1989, and the preparation of papers for it, increased our knowledge of the cultural, social and behavioural determinants of health and whether the publication of the proceedings placed new knowledge in the public domain. The approach adopted is to compare those proceedings with a collection of selected readings on the subject made shortly before as part of the same program and also with certain other publications. The conclusions reached are that, in addition to having stimulated interest in the field, the workshop and its proceedings furthered knowledge in at least five important areas: (1) the existence of mortality-prone households; (2) the impact of differing cultural situations of women in terms of individualism on their children’s survival; (3) the mechanisms whereby maternal education is translated into child survival; (4) the impact of culture and ethnicity on mortality; and (5) indirect indices of the impact of care. The workshop failed to contribute to substantial advances (or draw attention to the lack of advance) in the following areas: (1) the measurement of Third World morbidity or health; (2) adult health transition; (3) the impact of radicalism or egalitarianism in communities other than Kerala and Sri Lanka on mortality; (4) the impact of lifestyle diseases on Third World mortality; (5) the identification of economically optimum mixes of social change and the provision of health services in reducing mortality and improving health; and (6) the employment of health transition knowledge in the reduction of mortality and the improvement of health.; no

THE EFFECTS OF A MENTAL IMAGERY WORKSHOP ON COACHES’ ENCOURAGEMENT OF IMAGERY USE

Edwards, Jaymi
Fonte: Quens University Publicador: Quens University
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Recreational athletes are encouraged to use mental imagery by their coaches less frequently than elite athletes (Jedlic, Hall, Munroe-Chandler, & Hall, 2007). The purpose of this study was to examine whether a mental imagery workshop would increase recreational level coaches’ encouragement of imagery to their athletes when compared to coaches attending a communication workshop. The workshops provided coaches with imagery or communication information and tools as well as role-playing opportunities. Recreational sport coaches (N = 132; M age = 41.80 years, SD = 9.67) completed the Coaches Encouragement of Athletes Imagery Use Questionnaire (CEAIUQ; Jedlic et al.), Coach-Athlete Relationship Questionnaire (CART-Q; Jowett & Ntoumanis, 2004), and questionnaires assessing coaches’ demographics, confidence, knowledge, and attitudes towards imagery. These questionnaires were completed before the workshop and online four weeks later. Repeated measure MANCOVAs, controlling for sex and highest level coached, were performed comparing the coaches’ encouragement of imagery use, as well as their confidence, attitudes, and knowledge of mental imagery, across the two study groups. No group by time interactions were found for any of the five functions of imagery. However...

Feedback in Teaching Practice: A Workshop for Teachers; Feedback en la Práctica Docente: Un Curso de Formación para el Profesorado; Feedback na prática letiva: Uma oficina de formação de professores

Fonseca, Jesuína; Universidade de Lisboa; Carvalho, Carolina; Universidade de Lisboa; Conboy, Joseph; Universidade de Lisboa; Salema, Helena; Universidade de Lisboa; Valente, Maria Odete; Universidade de Lisboa; Gama, Ana Paula; Instituto Superior D. Afo
Fonte: Instituto de Educação da Universidade do Minho Publicador: Instituto de Educação da Universidade do Minho
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/06/2015 POR
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The use of feedback in the classroom can promote the quality of teacher student relationships, student academic involvement and achievement, eventhough teachers may not always use it in the best way. In this article we describe the development and evaluation of a workshop designed to enhance teacher knowledge and skills in the use of feedback strategies. Twelve teachers participated in the workshop. Reports and reflections of teachers reveal that participation in the workshop potentiated greater awareness and more appropriate use of feedback strategies. A long-term workshop, that integrates specific objectives related to feedback strategies and reflection sessions interspersed with application work in the classroom, can promote participants’ involvement, knowledge and skills in the use of these strategies.It can also result in greater involvement and learning by these teachers’students. Keywords: Teacher education; Teacher feedback; Feedback strategies and effects;Workshop; El uso del feedback en el aula puede promover la calidad de las relaciones profesor-alumno, la participación académica y el rendimiento del alumnado,aunque los docentes no siempre lo usan de la mejor manera. En este artículo se describe el desarrollo y la evaluación de un curso diseñado para mejorarlos conocimientos y capacidades de los docentes en el uso de estrategias de feedback...

Workshop On Verification Of Water Quality Models

Thomann, Robert V.; Barnwell, Thomas O. Jr.
Fonte: Universidade de Delaware Publicador: Universidade de Delaware
Tipo: Relatório Formato: 14031370 bytes; application/pdf
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency sponsored a "National Workshop on the Verification of Water Quality Models" to evaluate the state-of-the-art of water quality modeling and make specific recommendations for the direction of future modeling efforts. Participants represented a broad cross-section of practitioners of water quality modeling in sections of government, academia, industry and private practice. The issues discussed during this workshop, which was held in West Point, N.Y., on 7-9 March 1979, were models in decision making, model data bases, modeling framework and software validation, model parameter estimation, model verification and models as projection tools. These issues were discussed by workshop participants who were organized into small groups, each of which discussed the state of the art of a specific branch of water quality modeling. Groups were divided into areas of wasteload generation, transport, salinity-TDS, dissolved oxygen-temperature, bacteria-virus, eutrophication and hazardous substances. Workshop findings were summarized by committee reporters and are presented in state-of-the-art reports. Workshop participants also presented basic issue reports and technical support papers, all of which are included in this document. This report was submitted...

Workshop in the library: one day of librarian; Oficina na biblioteca: um dia de bibliotecárioWorkshop in the library: one day of librarian

Pacheco, Raquel
Fonte: Associação Catarinense de Bibliotecários Publicador: Associação Catarinense de Bibliotecários
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Artigo Avaliado pelos Pares; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 24/11/2009 POR
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The main objective of this project is to share relevant experiences that were conducted in a workshop given in the Escola Desdobrada Retiro da Lagoa in Florianópolis, in July of the 2008. It took place inside the Monteiro Lobato library with participants from the fourth grade. It is important to highlight, even though this project was coordinate by participative, cooperate and solidary work, the library Raquel Pacheco was conducted this work shop. The goals of this workshop. Were two: to that the library’s resources are. A common good and how was the technical processing of the library’s resourcesand this job should make under responsibility of the a professional, the librarian. The methodology used in the workshop was based on a presentation of previous works and practical activities inherent to the technical process. It is veryimportant of emphasize every moment of this workshop were main for the development this report that show the process and the objectives was get for the students this workshop aroused moments of reflection on how to think and act daily in order to better tare care of cur library resources.; o objetivo principal deste relato é compartilhar experiências relevantes vivenciadas na oficina realizada na Escola Desdobrada Retiro da Lagoa no Município de Florianópolis – SC...