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Analyse de pratiques de tutorat dans un campus numérique de ma trise de fran ais langue étrangère à distance Analysis of tutoring practices in a digital campus in the context of an online Masters in French as a foreign language
Christelle Celik
ALSIC : Apprentissage des Langues et Systèmes d'Information et de Communication , 2008, DOI: 10.4000/alsic.833
Abstract: Nous nous intéressons dans cet article à la fonction émergente qu'est le tutorat en ligne et aux différents modes de tutorat. Notre observation porte sur l'étude d'une partie de la communication pédagogique qui a eu lieu dans le cadre de la ma trise de fran ais langue étrangère sur le campus numérique Canufle animé par une équipe de divers enseignants provenant d'universités différentes tout au long de l'année universitaire 2004-2005. à travers l'analyse du discours des consignes et des messages réactifs de deux des tuteurs, nous mettons en évidence différentes modalités du tutorat et montrons que les tuteurs cherchent non seulement à établir un lien socio-affectif avec leurs étudiants mais également à susciter le conflit sociocognitif. Nous tentons de montrer le nouvel éthos tutoral tel qu'il se dessine au sein des discours. In this article we are interested in the emergent function which is the online tutoring and in the different ways of tutoring. Our observations focus on the study of a part of the pedagogical communication which took place within the context of a Masters in French as a foreign language on the digital campus Canufle led by a team of teachers coming from different universities during the 2004-2005 academic year. Through the discourse analysis of the instructions and the feedback messages of two of the tutors, we underline the different tutoring modalities and show that the tutors do not try only to establish a social affective bond with their students but also to motivate the social cognitive conflict. We try to show the new tutoral ethos as it becomes apparent into their discourses.
The Contribution of Supervisors to Doctoral Students in Doctoral Education: A Qualitative Study  [PDF]
Kazim Celik
Creative Education (CE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2013.41002
Abstract: In this study, it was aimed to analyze supervisor-student relationship in the doctoral education based on views of students. For this reason, research assistants having completed doctoral education and got PhD title were asked what the contributions of their supervisors were and what kind of problems they experienced in doctoral education. Considering academic advising process, it was intended to shed a light on both formal and information sides of supervisor-student relationship. As a design of the study, qualitative case study method was used. In the light of the aim of the study, “semi-structured data collection form”, one of the qualitative data collection tools, was used to collect the data. The data gained from 19 research assistants having completed their PhD degrees in the past 36 months were analyzed with content analysis. The past/ongoing contribution of supervisors to their students’ education were classified under the themes of contribution to their personal development, contribution to academic development, contribution to professional development, and contribution to intellectual development. The students, being in intimate relationship with their supervisors, emphasize positive contributions of supervisors. However, the students, not being in an intimate relationship, underline the negative characteristics of their supervisors. Few of the participants utter ongoing contribution of supervisors. This study analyzes dimensions for the contribution of supervisors to students in doctoral education, and the experiences of students in these dimensions. In this regard, academicians who are supervisors or will be supervisors are expected to benefit from the study.
The Feature-Based a New Object Coding Approach for Prismatic Parts at the Part Modeling  [PDF]
Ismet Celik, Ali Unuvar
Modeling and Numerical Simulation of Material Science (MNSMS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/mnsms.2013.34018

Use of features in order to achieve the integration of design and manufacture has been considered to be a key factor recent years. Features such as manufacturing properties form the workpiece. Features are structured systematically through object oriented modeling. This article explains an object coding method developed for prismatic workpieces and the use of that method in process planning. Features have been determined and modeled as objects. Features have been coded according to their types and locations on the workpiece in this given method. Feature codings have been seen to be very advantageous in process planning.

Which Are the Factors Associated to Child Mistreatment? Use of a Routinely Collected Specific Dataset for Surveillance in a Belgian Pediatric Unit  [PDF]
Christelle Senterre, Brigitte Vanthournout
Health (Health) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/health.2014.612171
Abstract: Introduction: Child abuse is a serious health problem with compelling evidence that the phenomenon is common throughout the world. The Center “SOS enfants ULB” is a specialized team, established in a pediatric ward, which had mission to prevent and to treat the situations of children victims of physical, sexual, psychological abuse or of neglect. Our objectives were to describe the characteristics of 439 children hospitalized for (suspicion of) maltreatment and to investigate different factors potentially associated with the children at risk of neglect or maltreatment, the children victims of neglect and the physically maltreated children. Methods: Chi square test and multinomial logistic regression models with clustered robust standard error were applied to assess the relationship between the three types of mistreatment and the potential associated factors. Results: Maltreatment was observed for almost one in two children (48.7%) and approximately four on ten (41.5%) were considered at risk. Physical abuse was the most prevalent (57.9%) among the maltreated children and neglect was the second most prevalent (37.4%) form of maltreatment. Regarding the criteria leading to hospitalisation, at least one protective criterion was observed for a little more than eight children on ten. The parental criteria have shown that social problems and conjugal conflicts were the most prevalent for this category of hospitalisation criteria. Conclusion: These data, concerning the hospitalized children for which there is (suspicion of) mistreatment, collected by this team make important contribution to describing child maltreatment and its associated factors. Despite the fact that these hospitalized cases may be probably more serious than those who were not reported, every event, however small it may be, should be known for better organizing each level of prevention.
Effect of Lunar Synchronization on the Reproduction Time of Discus Fish (Symphysodon sp.) Under Controlled Aquarium Conditions
Pinar Celik,Ihsan Celik
Journal of Animal and Veterinary Advances , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/javaa.2011.890.893
Abstract: The reproduction times of the discus fish were observed for 2 years under fully-controlled production conditions. The position of the moon was also recorded on the spawning day of the fish at a light photoperiod of 14 h and a dark photoperiod of 10 h with water quality parameters of 27-30°C, pH 4.5-6.5 and conductivity of 80-200 μS. Of 102 observed reproductions, 28 occurred at the first quarter of the moon, 28 at full moon, 40 at the last quarter and 6 at new moon. Accordingly, it has been concluded that the discus fish display a reproduction behavior according to the lunar cycle even indoors, although they do not receive direct moonlight.
Simultaneous bilateral spontaneous pneumothorax : A case report
Celik Burcin,Celik Hale
Annals of Saudi Medicine , 2007,
Cold, calcium and hypertension; is there a relationship between them?
Murat Celik,Turgay Celik
Journal of Experimental and Integrative Medicine , 2011,
Abstract: In their study published in this issue of the Journal of Experimental and Integrative Medicine, Kozyreva et al touched upon a quite interesting topic; the relationship between thermoregulation and immune system under the exposure of cold, and the modulator effect of exogenous Ca(2+) in hypertensive and normotensive rats. In that study, they observed that in thermoneutral conditions, the difference between hypertensives and normo-tensives in immune response parameters was small, some calcium-dependent mechanisms of immune response development can possibly be blocked by cold, and deep cooling on the background of administered Ca(2+) caused significant stimulation instead of suppression of the immune response in rats with arterial hypertension compared to normotensives. These observations can be explained not only the functional vascular properties of blood vessels, but also other physiological systems and molecular mechanisms involving in the response to cold in hypertensives. The prevalence of hypertension is increased in people who... [J Exp Integr Med 2011; 1(4.000): 241-242]
On some hyperbolic planes from finite projective planes
Basri Celik
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2001, DOI: 10.1155/s0161171201006184
Abstract: Let Π=(P,L,I) be a finite projective plane of order n, and let Π′=(P′,L′,I′) be a subplane of Π with order m which is not a Baer subplane (i.e., n≥m2
Effects of Different Salt (NaCl), Nitrate (NO3) and Acid (H2SO4 , Hcl) Concentrations on the Germination of Centaura amonicola Hub.-Mor. (Section: Cyanoroides) Seeds
Sezgin Celik
Journal of Food Technology , 2013,
Abstract: The aim of this study to determine germination eco-physiology of Centurea amonicola Hub.-Mor., common countryside in Turkey, under over grazing thread. For this aim, germination of the seeds investigated under two different photoperiod (8h light-16h darkness and 16h light- 8 h darkness) and in different concentrations of NaCl, KNO H SO and HCl solutions. There was no germination in 3%NaCl, 1-3% KNO 1- 3, 2 4 3, 3%H SO and 2-3% HCI concentrations in each photoperiod. According to univariate variance analyse of 2 4 germination test results, germination media with different (0,5%, 1%, 2% NaCl; 0,5%, 1%, 2%, 3% KNO 0,5% 3; H SO ; 0,5%, 1% HCl concentrations and control (8h light-16h darkness and 16h light- 8 h darkness and 24 h 2 4 light) were significant; photoperiod and photoperiod-treatment interaction were not significant on germination percentage. And different concentration levels, photoperiod and photoperiod x treatment interactions were significant on germination speed (P<0.05).
Stability Analysis of a Population Dynamics Model with Allee Effect
Canan Celik
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2007,
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