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Williams, Anna H.; Johnston, Michael B.; Averill, Robin – Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability, 2023
Suitable execution of moderation policy is challenging but crucial for the trustworthiness and credibility of internal high-stakes assessment systems. In formal education, policies are rarely implemented as intended. Instead, they are "enacted" in ways influenced by mediating factors including the internal and external contexts of…
Descriptors: Educational Assessment, Educational Policy, Policy Formation, Credibility
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Schuelka, Matthew J.; Engsig, Thomas Thyrring – International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2022
Education systems are made up of individuals, groups, identities, cultures, institutions, discourses, networks, histories, relationships, and so on. In other words, educational systems are complex. Enter into this complexity the issue of inclusion from/for a heterogenous society and how these complex systems can be designed and -- specifically for…
Descriptors: Role of Education, Systems Analysis, Inclusion, Access to Education
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Alejandra J. Magana; Aparajita Jaiswal; Theodora Loyce Amuah; Mariana Zamora Bula; Mohammad Shams Ud Duha; Jennifer C. Richardson – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2024
Contribution: The study characterizes aspects of cognitive and metacognitive dimensions of team cognition of software development teams in educational settings. Background: The software development industry requires software engineers and developers to work in teams; for this, there is substantial research on teamwork in the context of the…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Engineering Education, Undergraduate Students, Teamwork
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Oblak, Mara K. – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2021
Recent events have emphasized the need for behavior-analytic service delivery models that can remain clinically consistent and produce high-quality outcomes while adapting to environmental change. This paper reports outcomes of an organization that adapted to changes in its service delivery model during a worldwide pandemic. The organization…
Descriptors: Pandemics, COVID-19, Systems Analysis, Delivery Systems
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Dunn, Paul; Miller, Robert E. – Journal of Information Systems Education, 2022
This teaching case describes the functionality of a system employing IoT sensors to monitor part levels for a fictitious auto parts manufacturer. Data from the sensors are used to populate a centralized database and generate a dashboard for management. The system also generates tiered alerts to notify part runners and managers of pending part…
Descriptors: Database Design, Data Analysis, Manufacturing, Internet
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Powell, Anne; Barber, Connie S. – Journal of Information Systems Education, 2021
This teaching case presents a cross-team systems analysis and design case requiring integration of multiple, interdependent systems. Case deliverables are a mix of both traditional and agile methodologies. Students are introduced to methodology tools and techniques including data flow diagrams, use case diagrams, user stories, and…
Descriptors: Systems Analysis, Information Systems, Systems Development, Undergraduate Study
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Schwieger, Dana – Journal of Information Systems Education, 2022
Connecting people with resources is a common activity. However, special situations have unique data needs. Without the appropriate leadership and tools to manage the data, the connections may never take place. This case examines the data needs associated with providing resources and social connections for families having a member with a special…
Descriptors: Databases, Design, Individual Needs, Special Needs Students
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Baligar, Preethi; Mallibhat, Kaushik; Kavale, Sanjeev; Joshi, Gopalkrishna – IEEE Transactions on Education, 2022
Contribution: This study identifies the attributes of complexity that can be incorporated into engineering design problems at first-year undergraduate engineering projects. The findings are compiled as a set of guidelines to aid engineering educators in crafting design problems. Background: Engineering professionals solve complex problems like…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Design, Problem Solving, College Freshmen
Silver, Harvey F.; Boutz, Abigail L.; McTighe, Jay – Educational Leadership, 2022
Infusing five processes into assignments can help students hone the skills they'll need to address complex problems. The world students will enter is full of complex, unpredictable problems--and students will need sophisticated thinking skills to cope. The authors unpack five thinking processes students need to internalize through opportunities in…
Descriptors: Thinking Skills, Cognitive Processes, Inquiry, Design
Timothy Wolsey – ProQuest LLC, 2020
The purpose of this study was to examine how positive impacts could be achieved on student's ability to successfully navigate financial aid processes within the Maricopa Community College system and specifically at Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC). By evaluating existing processes and implementing enhanced system protocols (ESP), this…
Descriptors: Student Financial Aid, Access to Education, Community College Students, Professional Personnel
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Nguyen, Ha; Santagata, Rossella – Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 2021
Researchers have found that computer modeling fosters the learning of causal mechanisms in systems, an important crosscutting concept in science that many novice learners find challenging. Despite the research that highlights the role of teacher's instructional practices in enacting computer tools, few studies have considered teachers' use of…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Models, Middle School Students, Hispanic American Students
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Inese Trusina; Elita Jermolajeva; Viktors Gopejenko – Journal of Teacher Education for Sustainability, 2023
The article investigates sustainable development from the holistic perspective, taking into account the complex nature of the world and the dynamism of the socio-economic systems. The study is interdisciplinary, as it addresses the issues of economics, mathematics and physics with the main focus on the modern perspective of sustainable development…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Sustainability, Holistic Approach, Educational Methods
Meghan Rens; Epke Vogel; Daniëlla van Uden; Willem Kleinendorst – European Training Foundation, 2023
The past years have witnessed a growing trend in applied research in Vocational Education and Training (VET), which refers to investigative activities and services conducted by VET organisations which have a strong practical focus on solving real-life problems. Insights from applied research can be used to develop or improve products and services,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Vocational Education, Research, Program Evaluation
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Ghafarpour, Hajar; Moinzadeh, Ahmad – Learning Environments Research, 2020
In this study, classrooms were regarded as systems in which the teacher and students interact in context and behaviors of the teacher and students affect each other mutually in a cyclical or spiral manner. We attempted to capture nuances of interactional pattern that are not readily visible through the product-oriented approaches. To analyse…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Interaction, Systems Analysis, Experienced Teachers
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Landry, Jeffrey P.; Pardue, J. Harold; Daigle, Roy J. – Information Systems Education Journal, 2018
Bart Longenecker was one of the most influential Information Systems (IS) educators ever. Renowned for his decades of work on IS model curricula, Bart died in 2016 after a 44-year career. This paper traces the life's work of this EDSIG Fellow and Professor Emeritus to capture his IS education legacy.
Descriptors: Information Systems, Biographies, Curriculum Development, Models
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