Desarrollo de una propuesta para la gestión de conflictos en un aula de primaria del colegio William Booth, en Osorno, Chile

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Europe University of Atlantic > Teaching > Final Master Projects Cerrado Español Investigación de carácter mixto que a partir de la identificación de las situaciones conflictivas existentes y la evaluación de la calidad de las relaciones al interior de un aula, busca diseñar una propuesta de gestión de conflictos a través de la mediación como herramienta principal. metadata Aedo Finlez, Paula Andrea mail (2022) Desarrollo de una propuesta para la gestión de conflictos en un aula de primaria del colegio William Booth, en Osorno, Chile. Masters thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

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Investigación de carácter mixto que a partir de la identificación de las situaciones conflictivas existentes y la evaluación de la calidad de las relaciones al interior de un aula, busca diseñar una propuesta de gestión de conflictos a través de la mediación como herramienta principal.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: mediación, conflcitos, educación, niños, paz
Subjects: Subjects > Social Sciences
Subjects > Teaching
Divisions: Europe University of Atlantic > Teaching > Final Master Projects
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Influence of E-learning training on the acquisition of competences in basketball coaches in Cantabria

The main aim of this study was to analyse the influence of e-learning training on the acquisition of competences in basketball coaches in Cantabria. The current landscape of basketball coach training shows an increasing demand for innovative training models and emerging pedagogies, including e-learning-based methodologies. The study sample consisted of fifty students from these courses, all above 16 years of age (36 males, 14 females). Among them, 16% resided outside the autonomous community of Cantabria, 10% resided more than 50 km from the city of Santander, 36% between 10 and 50 km, 14% less than 10 km, and 24% resided within Santander city. Data were collected through a Google Forms survey distributed by the Cantabrian Basketball Federation to training course students. Participation was voluntary and anonymous. The survey, consisting of 56 questions, was validated by two sports and health doctors and two senior basketball coaches. The collected data were processed and analysed using Microsoft® Excel version 16.74, and the results were expressed in percentages. The analysis revealed that 24.60% of the students trained through the e-learning methodology considered themselves fully qualified as basketball coaches, contrasting with 10.98% of those trained via traditional face-to-face methodology. The results of the study provide insights into important characteristics that can be adjusted and improved within the investigated educational process. Moreover, the study concludes that e-learning training effectively qualifies basketball coaches in Cantabria.

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Do ICT firms manage R&D differently? Firm-level and macroeconomic effects on corporate R&D investment: Empirical evidence from a multi-countries context

Technological firms invest in R&D looking for innovative solutions but assuming high costs and great (technological) uncertainty regarding final results and returns. Additionally, they face other problems related to R&D management. This empirical study tries to determine which of the factors favour or constrain the decision of these firms to engage in R&D. The analysis uses financial data of 14,619 ICT listed companies of 22 countries from 2003 to 2018. Additionally, macroeconomic data specific for the countries and the sector were used. For the analysis of dynamic panel data, a System-GMM method is used. Among the findings, we highlight that cash flow, contrary to the known theoretical models and empirical evidences, negatively impacts on R&D investment. Debt is neither the right source for R&D funding, as the effect is also negative. This suggests that ICT companies are forced to manage their R&D activities differently, relying more on other funding sources, taking advantage of growth opportunities and benefiting from a favourable macroeconomic environment in terms of growth and increased business sector spending on R&D. These results are similar in both sub-sectors and in all countries, both bank- and market based. The exception is firms with few growth opportunities and little debt.

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Risk Factors for Eating Disorders in University Students: The RUNEAT Study

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