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Toerner, Michael C.; Swindle, C. Bruce; Burckel, Daryl V. – American Journal of Business Education, 2014
Professional accountants regularly search the FASB'S Accounting Standards Codification to find answers to financial accounting questions. Accounting educators know this and frequently use research cases in an attempt to help students begin developing this ability. But many students struggle with these cases because they have not been taught how to…
Descriptors: Accounting, Undergraduate Students, Standards, Codification
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Sadler, D. Royce – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 2014
Internationally, attempts at developing explicit descriptions of academic achievement standards have been steadily intensifying. The aim has been to capture the essence of the standards in words, symbols or diagrams (collectively referred to as codifications) so that standards can be: set and maintained at appropriate levels; made broadly…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Academic Achievement, Educational Assessment, National Standards
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Barrett, Matthew E.; Swan, Alexander B.; Mamikonian, Ani; Ghajoyan, Inna; Kramarova, Olga; Youmans, Robert J. – International Journal of Instruction, 2014
This study examined the encoding specificity principle in relation to traditional and computer-based note taking and assessment formats in higher education. Students (N = 79) took lecture notes either by hand (n = 40) or by computer (n = 39) and then completed either a computer or a paper-based assessment. When note taking and assessment formats…
Descriptors: Notetaking, Congruence (Psychology), Higher Education, College Students
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Kimble, Chris – Information Research: An International Electronic Journal, 2013
Introduction: This article returns to a theme addressed in Vol. 8(1) October 2002 of the journal: knowledge management and the problem of managing tacit knowledge. Method: The article is primarily a review and analysis of the literature associated with the management of knowledge. In particular, it focuses on the works of a group of economists who…
Descriptors: Knowledge Management, Literature Reviews, Economics, Codification
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Nijhof, Andre; Wilderom, Celeste; Oost, Marlies – Ethics and Education, 2012
Most professionals have the arduous task of managing their own dual loyalty: in one contextual relationship, they are members of a profession while simultaneously they are employed as members of a locally established organisation. This sense of a dual loyalty has to be taken into account when professional bureaucracies develop ethics programmes.…
Descriptors: Ethics, Universities, Compliance (Legal), Integrity
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Padawer, Ana – Ethnography and Education, 2012
Ever since the first ethnographic studies, the question about how people learn in different contexts was an essential element of research. Studies in anthropology of education have increasingly focused on schooling. Nowadays, however, the traditional topic of learning in out-of-school contexts recovers its relevance because the development of…
Descriptors: Familiarity, Ethnography, Entomology, Rural Areas
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Guzman, Gustavo; Trivelato, Luiz F. – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning, 2011
The progressive deployment of market-oriented regulatory frameworks in mass Higher Education Institutions (MHEI hereafter) triggered, in a wide variety of forms and degrees, the application of Knowledge Management principles in MHEI. This means the application of the knowledge "codification strategy", where the focus is on the economies of the…
Descriptors: Knowledge Management, Higher Education, Codification, Colleges
Nelson, Elena Margaret – ProQuest LLC, 2010
The focus of this dissertation is the highly specialized and stylized liturgical language of Russian Church Slavonic (RCS). Historically, RCS has been strictly controlled by authorities and has conformed to established norms, but innovations have nevertheless arisen in response to various conditions. One major wave of innovations was a long,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Slavic Languages, Languages for Special Purposes, Christianity
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Juni, Samuel; Trobliger, Robert – Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 2009
The analysis of response inconsistency is a crucial aspect of intellectual and clinical psychological assessment. Erratic patterns of failures and successes across and within particular domains qualify the measurement of intellectual potential and functioning. Although the interpretation of intertest scatter (inconsistencies between subtest…
Descriptors: Intelligence, Psychological Evaluation, Codification, Evaluation Methods
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Trochim, William M. K. – New Directions for Evaluation, 2009
The author develops the basic idea of evaluation policy, describes a practical model for development and revision of evaluation policies (including a taxonomy, structure, and set of principles), and suggests critical challenges and opportunities for the future of evaluation policy. An evaluation policy is any rule or principle that a group or…
Descriptors: Educational Principles, Policy Formation, Standards, Evaluation Criteria
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Chinyowa, Kennedy C. – Research in Drama Education, 2009
The prevailing tendency in applied drama and theatre research and practice in African contexts has been for both critics and practitioners to apply the Freirian educational paradigm of "codification" and "decodification" in the interpretation of their work. Guarav Desai asserts that most of the theoretical premises of applied…
Descriptors: Drama, Codification, Foreign Countries, Standards
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Swift, Peter E.; Hwang, Alvin – Learning Organization, 2008
Purpose: This paper seeks to present organizational learning processes of knowledge accumulation, articulation, codification and subsequent routine development in a marketing services organization where judgment and rules of thumb were more the norm than codified knowledge and explicit routines. The case illustrates how organizational learning…
Descriptors: Learning Theories, Codification, Learning Processes, Leadership
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Guzman, Gustavo; Trivelato, Luiz F. – Learning Organization, 2008
Purpose: This paper aims to analyse and evaluate the transfer process of codified knowledge (CK) performed under two different approaches: the "socio-technical" and the "top-down". It is argued that the socio-technical approach supports the transfer of CK better than the top-down approach. Design/methodology/approach: Case study methodology was…
Descriptors: Knowledge Management, Methods, Educational Research, Information Transfer
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Johnson, Ane Turner; Janosik, Steven M. – College and University, 2008
Public concerns regarding illegal immigration are currently polarizing the United States. Regardless of one's position, the children of illegal (also referred to as undocumented) immigrants are in a particularly vulnerable situation. While undocumented children are allowed free public primary and secondary education, their path to skills…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Public Policy, Undocumented Immigrants, Access to Education
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Sawh, Ruth; Scales, Alice M. – Negro Educational Review, The, 2006
Our narrative focuses on the middle passage of the slave trade in the West Indies. Herein we describe why more men, women, and children were imported in the West Indies than other islands. Specifically, our aim was to address how slaves in the middle passage of the triangular slave trade were treated, how they sustained themselves, and how they…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Slavery, International Trade, World History
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