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organise

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menganjurkan

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2015-08-16
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apa maksud organise

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apa maksud mengatur

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2017-10-30
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Organise Your Thoughts

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Urus Tanggapan Anda

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Organise your proofs!

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Urus proof anda!

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2014-08-15
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Store and organise your random notes

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Simpan dan urus nota rawak anda

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Summarize and organise plenty of information.

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Ringkaskan dan urus maklumat yang banyak.

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App used to organise stereo monitoring for JACK

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Apl yang digunakan untuk mengurus pemantauan stereo untuk JACK

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A free tool to structure and organise your information with mind mapping

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Alat percuma untuk strukturkan dan susun maklumat anda menggunakan pemetaan minda

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Provide support to teachers and parents on the use of digital tools: Organise brief training or orientation sessions for teachers and parents as well, if monitoring and facilitation are needed.

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Berikan sokongan kepada guru dan ibu bapa mengenai penggunaan alat digital: Atur latihan ringkas atau sesi orientasi untuk guru dan ibu bapa juga, jika pemantauan dan fasilitasi diperlukan.

Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-08-25
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Plan the study schedule of the distance learning programmes: Organise discussions with stakeholders to examine the possible duration of school closures and decide whether the distance learning programme should focus on teaching new knowledge or enhance students’ knowledge of prior lessons.

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Rancang jadual belajar bagi program pembelajaran: Atur perbincangan dengan pihak berkepentingan untuk mengkaji kemungkinan tempoh penutupan sekolah dan putuskan sama ada program pembelajaran jarak jauh perlu menumpukan pada pengajaran pengetahuan baharu atau meningkatkan pengetahuan pelajar mengenai pelajaran sebelumnya.

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Challenges Challenges are game tasks or exercises. Depending on genre games can have physical, economical, conceptual, tactical, logistic, exploration and logic challenges (Adams, 2009). Most of the educational exercises are related with the conceptual and logic challenges. The easiest method to implement game like challenges is to design exercises like quizzes that require active interaction and participation (Cheong, Cheong, & Filippou, 2013). When project or problem-based learning is implemented, students can plan and choose between different strategies. Some organise physical activities combined with learning tasks for activating students (e.g., mobile learning guided tours) (Hansen, 2005). Economical challenges can be related with game-like assignments where students collect items for solving exercises. Those items can be used in the next assignments (e.g., materials for crafting) (Sheldon, 2011). 2.1 Resource accumulation Accumulating resources: finding, unlocking, collecting and managing limited resources are the core elements of game economical challenges. Examples of economical challenges vary from accumulating resources (also points) to achieving balance in ecosystem or taking care of living things (Adams, 2009). Teachers can provide in-game “currency” for students for certain achievements. Later they can change his currency with items that are useful for solving further challenges (like drawing sets or software licenses) (Sheldon, 2011). 2.2 Creative Play Creative play is related with the possibility to design game elements from smaller items like weapons and vehicles to entire game words like game levels. In the construction and management game genre main challenges are based on creativity (Adams, 2009). Creative play is similar to the problem- or project-based learning or to inquiry-based learning where the starting point (problem or idea) is set but the outcome can be different – depending on the selection of content and methods. Competition Scoreboard Fight Big Boss Challenges Resource Accumulation Creative Play Decision Making 7 2.3 Decision Making Making decisions is central part in all game challenges (Costikyan, 2002). Even shooting games are related with the decisions like run or attack. In the strategy games all challenges are related with decisions. Players are forced to make decisions in order to proceed. Decision-making is part of the interaction. In some genres decisionmaking is related with moral choices (ethical aspects of the game). Researchers have found that games can teach making decision (Prensky, 2007) because they generate safe environment for failing. Business simulators are classical examples of using games for learning decision-making through authentic tasks (Kiili, 2005). Games teach to take risks (Prensky, 2007). Usually, players fail with the mission several times before they reach to the goal. Although teachers have access to educational patterns like Three Bears, Mission Impossible and Mistake (Bergin et al., n.d.) that try to reduce the students’ fear towards failure, traditional schools are punishing and discouraging students for failures with negative grades. 2.4 Risk Risk is a game element that is most difficult to integrate with the course design. Risk can be created with the help of uncertainty. Uncertainty can be achieved with the help of luck (or chance or randomness). But it can be generated also with the help of hidden information that will be revealed when player takes risk or generated by the action of the opposite player (Adams, 2009). At the same time using the luck in educational conditions can teach the chance seeking (Bardone, 2012). In the educational conditions risk can be implemented for example in the format of quiz between two students. Risk requires reward. Some games are heavily based on randomness (e.g., gambling) but players prefer to believe that their achievements are based on skills (Adams, 2009) and not on luck. Therefore randomness should be used rarely and with caution. In the educational conditions randomness can be used by rolling the dice for selecting the student who has to make a presentation (Sheldon, 2011). Decision Making Safe environment Moral and Ethics Challenges Interactions Uncertainty Luck (Chance) Unknown Information Opponent’s Actions

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Letzte Aktualisierung: 2020-10-18
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U2Media was established in 2003, with the aim to organise impactful events and help clients promote their messages effectively. With more than 20 years of collective working experience in events management, media and training consultancy, U2Media is poised to deliver impressive events management work for our clients. As a specialist events management agency, U2Media is committed to deliver creative innovation and strategy. We provide fresh and custom ideas to personalise our events and make a lasting impression on our clients’ guests. Our experience and reputation for excellent customer service and return on investment makes us the best choice for your events. As experts in managing the unpredictability of events, let our team handle all your needs, while you enjoy peace of mind.

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Letzte Aktualisierung: 2014-05-30
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