Sökning: "“Collaborative problem solving”"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 32 uppsatser innehållade orden “Collaborative problem solving”.
- Magister-uppsats, KTH/Ljusdesign
Sammanfattning : Studies suggest that diversity is advantageous to group work. As lighting design teams become increasingly diverse, there is an increased opportunity for innovation as well as miscommunication. LÄS MER
- Master-uppsats, Stockholms universitet/Institutionen för pedagogik och didaktik
Sammanfattning : This research analyses hackathons which are collaborative innovation making by using technology events, in terms of using these as a tool to facilitate a lifelong learning process in obtaining digital competence among other 21 st century skills. The aim of this research is to explore and analyse the perceptions and experiences of hackathon participants and different stakeholders about the learning process experienced during a hackathon event. LÄS MER
3. Processes and competencies for in-house system integration of robotic applications : A case study using collaborative robotsMaster-uppsats, Mälardalens högskola/Innovation och produktrealisering
Sammanfattning : Industrial robots are important for the competitiveness in high wages countries and during the last 10 years the number of installed robots have tripled in the world. A combination of the high demand for robots and system integration and a lack of competence makes it hard for companies to acquire the robot applications they require as well as maintain and improve them. LÄS MER
- Uppsats för yrkesexamina på grundnivå, Malmö universitet/Fakulteten för lärande och samhälle (LS)
Sammanfattning : Today's society is multicultural which means that also our classrooms are multicultural. The teaching must then be designed so that all pupils can develop as far as possible, which is expressed in the curriculum. LÄS MER
- Magister-uppsats, Lunds universitet/Nationalekonomiska institutionen
Sammanfattning : There is a heated debate on what teaching practices should be used to foster the skills students need for the current and future workplace. The 21st-century skills movement, among others, argue that 21st-century skills such as creativity, critical thinking, and collaboration should be actively taught to students using more modern teaching practices (for example students working in small groups and focusing on critical thinking) and less traditional teaching practices (for example lecturing and focusing on fact-based knowledge). LÄS MER