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CBT

CBT

Abbreviation for:
carotid body tumour
childhood brain tumour
Code Blue team
Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive behavioural therapy (Medspeak-UK)
cognitive bias test
competency-based training
computer-based training (Medspeak-UK)
cord blood transfusion
cord blood transplant
core body temperature

CBT

Abbreviation for cognitive behavioral therapy.

CBT

cognitive behaviour therapy
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2014), for example, had designed reflective activities in his computer-assisted learning system to encourage self-questioning about learning experiences leading to self-directed learning.
2010 A British study compared computer-assisted learning with traditional lecture/demonstration for teaching handwashing.
This article focuses on a computer-assisted learning module developed to enhance non-expert nephrology nurses' knowledge of dialysis complications.
Students' attitudes towards and use of computer-assisted learning in oral radiology over a 10-year period.
Banerjee, Cole, Duflo, and Linden present the results of a two-year randomized evaluation of a large-scale remedial education program, conducted in Mumbai and Vadodara, India, along with the preliminary results of a randomized evaluation of a computer-assisted learning program in Vadodara.
He has over 100 publications in robotics, computer vision, algebraic algorithms, computational geometry, graphics, HCI, CSCW and computer-assisted learning.
Skills are continuously changing and need to be kept up-to-date through a number of vehicles including formalized training, on-the-job training, computer-assisted learning, self-instructional guides, coaching, and other approaches.
Examples of such methods involve classroom use of visual displays for lecture-based courses (Seaman, 1998), the development of multimedia computer-assisted learning (MCAL) (Barker, 1989), and the ability to provide students with access to a wealth of information through the World Wide Web, including interactive learning Web sites (Sherman, 1998).
As network-based, computer-assisted learning is drawing more and more attention the past few years, promising learning theories such as constructive learning and collaborative learning have found new meaning and new ways of implementation in the new, network-based environment.
Successful programs are likely to include a blend of one-on-one tutoring, small-group work and computer-assisted learning along with formal classes.
For instance, McConnell shares experiences with computer-assisted learning.

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