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Online learning-teaching project
STICEF , 2003,
Abstract: Two dimensions of tele-learning project are concerned by this article where we take in consideration learning, teaching and specific learning context. We believe that we have to accord particular attention to improve some cognitive and socio-cognitive skills such negotiation, argumentation and knowledge restructuring. We propose a pedagogical structure of mediation within mediated and distributed learning environments. At the same time, we suggest an on-line tool for pedagogical scenario to teacher. The tool allows teacher to adopt different approaches where learning products are related to the best teaching and learning strategy to be used. The tool also offers a set of job-aids that help teacher to manage, specify and develop learning activity, assessment modality, etc.
O mito fascista da romanidade
Giardina, Andrea;
Estudos Avan?ados , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-40142008000100005
Abstract: this essay aims to analyze how the myth of rome was used by mussolini to create a fascist specificity that coincided with a specificity of the italian nation. ritual practices, gestures, values and symbols were retaken, sometimes arbitrarily, in order to build a myth that generated new ambiguities and that, different from nazism, constituted a hindrance to the survival of "romanity" after mussolini.
The Modernisation of Manipulative Therapy  [PDF]
Max Zusman
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2011.25110
Abstract: Research indicates that, despite physiotherapists’ comprehensive training in the basic sciences, manipulative (currently “musculoskeletal”) therapy is still dominated in the clinical setting by its original, now obsolete, structure-based “biomedical” model. This is further inexplicable in the light of evidence that not only the underlying “philosophy” but also several of the fundamental requirements of the clinical process itself which has the structural-mechanical model as its basis, have been shown to be flawed or at least irrelevant. The apparent inability of the profession to fully abandon outmoded “concepts” (and embrace the acknowledged science-based “best practice” biopsychosocial model) may have potentially undesirable consequences for both patients and therapists engaged in the management of (chronic) musculoskeletal pain and disability.
On the Existence of Subharmonic Screech in Choked Circular Jets from a Sharp-Edged Orifice  [PDF]
Max Kandula
Open Journal of Acoustics (OJA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/oja.2014.41003
Abstract: Experiments are performed in choked circular hot and cold nitrogen jets issuing from a 2.44 cm diameter sharp-edged orifice at a fully expanded jet Mach number of 1.85 in an effort to investigate the character of screech phenomenon. The stagnation temperature of the cold and the hot jets are 299 K and 319 K respectively. The axial distribution of the centerline Mach number was obtained with a pitot tube, while the screech data (frequency and amplitude) at different axial and radial stations were measured with the aid of microphones. The fundamental screech frequency of the hot jet is slightly increased relative to that of the cold jet. It is concluded that temperature effects on the screech amplitude are manifested with regard to the fundamental and the subharmonic even at relatively small temperature range considered.
Anatomía económica de Rheidae
Giardina,Miguel A.;
Intersecciones en antropolog?-a , 2006,
Abstract: in this paper, the economic indexes for rheidae (class aves), which include the calculation of the modified general utility index (mgui) and its component indexes, meat utility index (mui), marrow index (mi), white grease index (wgi) and general utility index (gui), are presented. moreover, the methodology implemented for obtaining each index and the discussion of the results in an archeofaunistic setting are also presented. the results obtained show net values of meat performance associated with the anatomical portions belonging to the appendicular skeleton, as well as a high grease index in the axial portions (mainly pelvic girdle and sternum), and a high marrow index in tibiotarsus and tarsometatarsus. finally, the correlation that exists between the economic utility index and the structural bone density index is analyzed, showing a problem of equifinality.
Hupokeimenê Phusis nel libro I della Fisica di Aristotele: sulla natura del sostrato
Giovanna R. Giardina
Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-512x2010000200013
Anatomía económica de Rheidae Economic anatomy of Rheidae
Miguel A. Giardina
Intersecciones en Antropología , 2006,
Abstract: En el siguiente trabajo se presentan los índices de Rendimiento Económico para Rheidae (Clase: Aves), los cuales incluyen los cálculos del índice de Utilidad General Modificado (Modified General Utility Index o MGUI) y de los índices que lo componen: el índice de Utilidad de Carne (Meat Utility Index o MUI), índice Medular (Marrow Index o MI), índice General de Grasa (White-Grease Index o WGI) y el índice de Utilidad General (General Utility Index o GUI). Se presenta además la metodología implementada para la obtención de cada uno de los mismos y se discuten las implicancias de los resultados a la luz de las expectativas generadas para los conjuntos arqueofaunísticos. Los resultados obtenidos muestran valores netos de rendimiento de carne, asociados a las partes anatómicas correspondientes al esqueleto apendicular, así como altos índices de grasa en las porciones axiales (cintura pélvica y esternón principalmente) y médula en tibiotarso y tarsometatarso. Por último se analiza la correlación existente entre los índices de Rendimiento Económico y el índice de Densidad Mineral ósea, la cual muestra un problema de equifinalidad. In this paper, the Economic Indexes for Rheidae (Class Aves), which include the calculation of the Modified General Utility Index (MGUI) and its component indexes, Meat Utility Index (MUI), Marrow Index (MI), White Grease Index (WGI) and General Utility Index (GUI), are presented. Moreover, the methodology implemented for obtaining each index and the discussion of the results in an archeofaunistic setting are also presented. The results obtained show net values of meat performance associated with the anatomical portions belonging to the appendicular skeleton, as well as a high grease index in the axial portions (mainly pelvic girdle and sternum), and a high marrow index in tibiotarsus and tarsometatarsus. Finally, the correlation that exists between the Economic Utility Index and the Structural Bone Density Index is analyzed, showing a problem of equifinality.
Ergodic Properties of Microcanonical Observables
C. Giardina',R. Livi
Physics , 1997,
Abstract: The problem of the existence of a Strong Stochasticity Threshold in the FPU-beta model is reconsidered, using suitable microcanonical observables of thermodynamic nature, like the temperature and the specific heat. Explicit expressions for these observables are obtained by exploiting rigorous methods of differential geometry. Measurements of the corresponding temporal autocorrelation functions locate the threshold at a finite value of the energy density, that results to be indipendent of the number of degrees of freedom.
Comment on ``Both site and link overlap distributions are non trivial in 3-dimensional Ising spin glasses'', cond-mat/0608535v2
P. Contucci,C. Giardina'
Physics , 2006,
Abstract: We comment on recent numerical experiments by G.Hed and E.Domany [cond-mat/0608535v2] on the quenched equilibrium state of the Edwards-Anderson spin glass model. The rigorous proof of overlap identities related to replica equivalence shows that the observed violations of those identities on finite size systems must vanish in the thermodynamic limit. See also the successive version cond-mat/0608535v4
Thinking transport as a twist
Cristian Giardina,Jorge Kurchan
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s10955-009-9736-y
Abstract: The determination of the conductivity of a deterministic or stochastic classical system coupled to reservoirs at its ends can in general be mapped onto the problem of computing the stiffness (the `energy' cost of twisting the boundaries) of a quantum-like operator. The nature of the coupling to the reservoirs determines the details of the mechanical coupling of the torque at the ends.
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