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Erickson, Tim; Chen, Ernest – Teaching Statistics: An International Journal for Teachers, 2021
This paper describes a short module for introducing data science to senior school students or other data-science beginners. The design focuses on "data moves." Students use CODAP to do their work.
Descriptors: Data, Statistics Education, Novices, Data Analysis
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Murphy, Gavin – Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2023
Given recent large-scale reform of school leadership and management policy with implications for leadership preparation, the Republic of Ireland is an interesting context in which to explore leadership preparation. Although policy reforms have influenced the preparation and development of school leaders at all levels in the system, there is little…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Principals, Novices, Experience
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Moraes, Christopher; Blain-Moraes, Stefanie; Morell-Tomassoni, Sierra; Gorbet, Robert B. – International Journal of Technology and Design Education, 2021
Many design frameworks introduced to novices are not compatible with the behaviours and habits of mind of expert designers. This creates a barrier to effective practice, especially when novice designers tackle ill-defined, wicked problems. The W-model is a pedagogical framework that provides a prescriptive design model for novices, enabling them…
Descriptors: Design, Novices, Problem Solving, Models
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Merga, Margaret; Mason, Shannon – Higher Education Research and Development, 2021
Contemporary early career researchers (ECRs) must share their research findings with both academic and non-academic audiences in order to advance their careers. With university organisational factors potentially both demanding and inhibiting ECR research dissemination, more needs to be known about ECRs' perceptions and experiences of the benefits…
Descriptors: Novices, Researchers, Attitudes, Information Dissemination
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Castelló, Montserrat; McAlpine, Lynn; Sala-Bubaré, Anna; Inouye, Kelsey; Skakni, Isabelle – Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, 2021
Over the past two decades, identity has emerged as a concept framing studies of early career researcher experience. Yet, identity is an amorphous concept, understood and used in a range of ways. This systematic review aimed to unpack the underpinnings of the notion of researcher identity. The final sample consisted of 38 empirical articles…
Descriptors: Researchers, Self Concept, Professional Identity, Theories
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Robson, Samuel G.; Tangen, Jason M.; Searston, Rachel A. – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2021
Experts outperform novices on many cognitive and perceptual tasks. Extensive training has tuned experts to the most relevant information in their specific domain, allowing them to make decisions quickly and accurately. We compared a group of fingerprint examiners to a group of novices on their ability to search for information in fingerprints…
Descriptors: Expertise, Visual Perception, Attention, Novices
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Monereo, Carles; Liesa, Eva – Higher Education Research and Development, 2022
This study analyses early career researchers' identity positions from a dialogical-self perspective and their experiences when facing significant research events over their career trajectory. An idiographic longitudinal approach, based on the Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA), and a narrative methodology were used. Five social science…
Descriptors: Novices, Researchers, Professional Identity, Experience
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Köhler, Daniel P.; Rausch, Andreas – Vocations and Learning, 2022
Expertise is featured by continued high performance in a particular domain. Expertise research has primarily focused on absolute expertise in structured domains such as chess and emphasized the significance of deliberate practice for expertise development. We investigated the development of relative expertise in commercial domains as part of…
Descriptors: Expertise, Job Skills, Sales Occupations, Foreign Countries
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Robson, Samuel G.; Searston, Rachel A.; Edmond, Gary; McCarthy, Duncan J.; Tangen, Jason M. – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2020
Perceptual experts have learned to rapidly and accurately perceive the structural regularities that define categories and identities within a domain. They extract important features and their relations more efficiently than novices. We used fingerprint examination to investigate expert-novice differences in feature choice. On each fingerprint…
Descriptors: Expertise, Novices, Criminology, Genetics
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Chen, Chih-Chia; Ryuh, Yonjoong; Luczak, Tony; Lamberth, John – Journal of Motor Learning and Development, 2021
The purpose of this study was to examine the distance of varying focus of attention for experienced and novice golfers on a golf putting task. Forty-eight experienced and 48 novice golfers were randomized into four attentional focus conditions: control (no instruction), internal (i.e., focus on the arm movement), external proximal (i.e., focus on…
Descriptors: Attention, Athletics, Athletes, Performance
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Marcon Zabecki, Jessica; Quigley-McBride, Adele; Meissner, Christian A. – Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2022
Across two experimental studies, we investigated the role of information loss, contextual information, and distinctive features of fingerprints on novice's ability to judge whether two fingerprints came from the same source. Distinctive fingerprints resulted in more accurate decisions. Information loss diminished performance on the comparison…
Descriptors: Crime, Evidence, Human Body, Court Litigation
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Webb, Keith; Leeder, Thomas M. – Sport, Education and Society, 2022
Whilst coach education has been the subject of much critique, it is often the first opportunity for novice coaches to be formally taught how to coach. Nevertheless, novice coaches arrive at coach education courses with an array of pre-existing dispositions and coaching theories, referring to naturalised and self-referenced approaches towards…
Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Training, Novices, Teaching Methods
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Ardimento, Pasquale; Bernardi, Mario Luca; Cimitile, Marta; De Ruvo, Giuseppe – ACM Transactions on Computing Education, 2020
Novice programmers often encounter difficulties performing debugging tasks effectively. Even if modern development environments (IDEs) provide high-level support for navigating through code elements and for identifying the right conditions leading to the bug, debugging still requires considerable human effort. Programmers usually have to make…
Descriptors: Programming, Novices, Troubleshooting, Open Source Technology
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Ingraham, Colette L.; Johnson, Emily M.; Lopez, Kenia – Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 2022
Research indicates the need for better training for consultants working in culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) schools. Using a constructivist grounded theory approach, this study investigated the use of the Consultation Peer Feedback Process (CPFP) as a tool for developing skills and perspectives among consultants. This study analyzed the…
Descriptors: Consultants, Novices, Feedback (Response), Peer Evaluation
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Gregory, Kristen Howell; Burbage, Amanda Kate – Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 2022
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of critical friendship on a first- and last-year doctoral student's novice and expert mindsets during role transitions. Doctoral students are challenged to navigate role transitions during their academic programs. Experiences in research expectations, academy acculturation and…
Descriptors: Friendship, Criticism, Doctoral Students, Reflection
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