Search for dissertations about: "quality learning"

Showing result 6 - 10 of 437 swedish dissertations containing the words quality learning.

  1. 6. Text Mining The Quality Paradigm(s)

    Author : Daniel Carnerud; Ingela Bäckström; Kristen Snyder; Ton van der Wiele; Mittuniversitetet; []
    Keywords : ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; TEKNIK OCH TEKNOLOGIER; ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY; Quality Paradigm; Quality Movement; Quality Revolution; Quality Management; QM; Total Quality Management; TQM; Business Excellence; Text Mining; Data Mining; Kvalitetsparadigm; Kvalitetsrörelsen; Kvalitetsteknik; Offensiv Kvalitetsutveckling; Text Mining; Data Mining;

    Abstract : The purpose of this thesis orbits around an examination of the formation of a quality paradigm. In this inquiry, the exploration and application of text mining have been used to provide new insights into quality as a paradigm. READ MORE

  2. 7. Trustful Relationships and School Development

    Author : Ulf Jederlund; Rune Hausstätter; Tatjana von Rosen; Pär Larsson; Roald A. Øien; Stockholms universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; trust; school development; collective learning; relational competence; relational pedagogy; teacher-student relationship quality; student self-efficacy; school trust; tillit; skolutveckling; kollektivt lärande; relationskompetens; relationell pedagogik; lärar-elevrelationer; elevers självtillit i skolan; skoltillit; specialpedagogik; Special Education;

    Abstract : Methods other than averages from national tests, grades and levels of eligibility for higher education to evaluate the quality of education and school development are called for. In this dissertation is examined how a conscious effort to develop trustful relationships and mutual interaction among all actors in schools may contribute to increased well-being, community and strengthened learning processes for both students and teachers. READ MORE

  3. 8. Learning text talk online : Collaborative learning in asynchronous text based discussion forums

    Author : Monica Liljeström; Agneta Hult; Anders. D. Olofsson; Lars Svensson; Umeå universitet; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; SOCIAL SCIENCES; Online learning; CSCL; online assessment; collaborative learning; peer assessment; peer review; folkbildning; Swedish liberal adult education online; higher education online; socio-cultural theory; asynchronous discussion forums; ADF; evaluation;

    Abstract : The desire to translate constructivist and sociocultural approaches to learning in specific learning activities is evident in most forms of training at current, not least in online education. Teachers worldwide are struggling with questions of how to create conditions in this fairly new realm of education for learners to contribute to the development of a good quality in their own and others' learning. READ MORE

  4. 9. Quality in e-learning within a cultural context : The case of Iran

    Author : Davoud Masoumi; Sweden University of Gothenburg Department of education; []
    Keywords : SOCIAL SCIENCES; SAMHÄLLSVETENSKAP; Quality; e-learning; culture;

    Abstract : Higher education institutions in general and virtual institutions in particular are experiencing pressure to become more competitive all over the world. Such striving for excellence can be associated with and seen as a consequence of globalization that is propelling the reshaping of higher education. READ MORE

  5. 10. Do-It-Yourself Learning in Kenya : Exploring mobile technologies for merging non-formal and informal learning

    Author : William Jobe; Henrik Hansson; Harald Kjellin; Evoda Mukama; Högskolan Väst; []
    Keywords : NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURVETENSKAP; NATURAL SCIENCES; NATURVETENSKAP; ICT4D; mobile learning; M4D; informal learning; non-formal learning; MOOCs; digital incentives; Informatics; Informatik; Computer and Systems Sciences; data- och systemvetenskap;

    Abstract : The educational landscape is changing and a variety of technologies and techniques are blurring the lines between traditional and non-traditional learning. This change is substantial in low-income countries: individuals in developing countries have a great desire to educate themselves and improve their quality of life. READ MORE