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A CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PULLING STRENGTH OF TOW FOR JAPANESE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
The aim of this study was to obtain the data of gender differences of pulling strength during experimentally executed TOW for Japanese elementary school children. In mean back strength, gender
FUNDAMENTAL EXPERIMENT FOR CONSTRUCTING IT-TOW
The purpose of this study was to collect some baseline data which may be used for developing an IT-tow system by using a load cell. The pulling forces were measured in 3 tests, hold1 phase, hold2
A THREE-DIMENSIONAL MOTION ANALYSIS OF TWO-HANDED AND WAIST BELT PULLING BACKWARD EXERCISES IN ELITE TUG OF WAR ATHLETES
In order to find the benefits of the waist belt (WB) in Tug of War (TOW) sport, the purpose of this study was to compare kinematic differences between two-handed (TH) and WB pulling backward
The possibility of predicting learning performance using features of note taking activities and instructions in a blended learning environment
A formative assessment was introduced to a blended learning course in order to predict participant’s learning performance using measurements of their note taking activity and metrics of their
ANALYSIS OF TIMING SKILL OF DROP EXERCISE IN ELITE INDOOR TUG OF WAR ATHLETES
In order to describe the timing skill of the elite athletes of indoor Tug of War, the purpose of this study was to determine the relationships between peak force time (PT) differences and the peak
BIOMECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF PULLING FORCE IN TUG OF WAR WITH COMPUTER SIMULATION
The purpose of this study was to investigate pulling force in tug of war in accordance with the changes of the tuggers’ posture using the computer simulation, and considering the characteristics of
The Impact of Learner Characteristics on Learning Performance in Hybrid Courses among Japanese Students.
To improve the management of hybrid courses, the relationship between learner characteristics and learning performance was analyzed in two regular university courses. Undergraduate and graduate
IMPACT OF INFORMATION LITERACY AND LEARNER CHARACTERISTICS ON LEARNING BEHAVIOR OF JAPANESE STUDENTS IN ONLINE COURSES
TLDR
Results of causal analyses indicate that operational skills (component of information literacy) affect the online learning experience of bachelor students, while for masters students, attitudes affect learning habits in online learning experiences.
Student’s Reflections on Their Learning and Note-Taking Activities in a Blended Learning Course
Student's emotional aspects are often discussed in order to promote better learning activity in blended learning courses. To observe these factors, course participant's self efficacy and reflections
Analysis of student's reflections upon the efficacy of their note-taking activities in a blended learning course
TLDR
The contributions of the factors of self efficacy and other student's characteristics were evaluated in several causal relationships and the effectiveness of note-taking activity was discussed.
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