Spontaneous Speaking Skills Development in E-Learning Environments

4th International ELT Conference: Issues, Challenges and Solutions in the e-Era


Spontaneous Speaking Skills in Online Education
Balbay, Seher (2021-12-04)
Active learning for class imbalance problem
Ertekin Bolelli, Şeyda; Giles, C Lee (2007-07-23)
Continuous learning processes in creating the public realm
Ataoev, A. (Thomas Telford Ltd., 2007-09-01)
This paper presents a three-year long participatory action research (PAR) project conducted in collaboration with government officials, researchers, social workers and 400 street children in six Turkish metropolitan cities. By utilising the experiences of this project, it is argued that inclusive planning of public space requires a 'process' approach that can stimulate those involved to a more liberating state. The PAR methodologies can provide the means to conduct planning in a process of participation and...
Self-regulated learning in academic presentation skills
Balbay, Seher (null; 2017-06-03)
Active learning with uncertainty sampling for large scale activity recognition in smart homes
Alemdar, Hande; Ersoy, Cem (2017-01-01)
One of the major problems faced by automated human activity recognition systems is the scalability. Since the probabilistic models employed in activity recognition require labeled data sets for adapting themselves to different users and environments, redeploying these systems in different settings becomes a bottleneck. In order to handle this problem in a cost effective and user friendly way, uncertainty sampling based active learning method is proposed. With active learning, it is possible to reduce the an...
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S. Balbay, “Spontaneous Speaking Skills Development in E-Learning Environments,” presented at the 4th International ELT Conference: Issues, Challenges and Solutions in the e-Era, Gaziantep, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/94049.