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Repositório Científico do Instituto Politécnico do Porto
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  • What do students of a higher education institution think about flipped learning

    Lopes, Ana Paula; Soares, Filomena (2017)
    The “Flipped Classroom” or “Inverted Classroom” is a method of blended learning in which the traditional lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed. It is a pedagogical model in which students gain first-exposure learning prior the class and focus on the processing part of learning (open discussions, solving tasks and application problems, clarifying the supporting fundaments, etc.) in class. This implies a much more active role for students and a more challenging miss...

    Interactive light and sound table: an EPS@ISEP project

    Reimus, Aare; Miklaszewska, Izabela; Fernandez, Maria Ricondo; Jurjonaité, Toma; Silva, António Ferreira da; Malheiro, Benedita; Silva, Manuel F.; Ribeiro, Maria Cristina; Caetano, Nídia Sá; Ferreira, Paulo; Guedes, Pedro (2013)
    Interactive products are appealing objects in a technology-driven society and the offer in the market is wide and varied. Most of the existing interactive products only provide either light or sound experiences. Therefore, the goal of this project was to develop a product aimed for children combining both features. This project was developed by a team of four thirdyear students with different engineering backgrounds and nationalities during the European Project Semester a...

    Determination of tartaric acid in wines by FIA with tubular tartrate-selective electrodes

    Sales, M. Goreti F.; Amaral, Carolina E. L.; Delerue-Matos, Cristina (2001)
    A flow injection analysis (FIA) system comprising a tartrate- (TAT) selective electrode has been developed for determination of tartaric acid in wines. Several electrodes constructed for this purpose had a PVC membrane with a complex of quaternary ammonium and TAT as anion exchanger, a phenol derivative as additive, and a more or less polar mediator solvent. Characterization of the electrodes showed behavior was best for membranes with o-nitrophenyl octyl ether as solv...

    Os Azorean refugee acts de 1958 e 1960

    Anacleto-Matias, Maria Helena (2002)
    Polissema: Revista de Letras do ISCAP 2002/N.º 2 Linguagens A revista está em acesso aberto no link do editor É importante notar que no terceiro milénio, e com o objectivo de minorar a discriminação, há certos sectores sociais que preferem a designação excluídos socialmente à nomenclatura refugiados. Não nos incluímos nesses sectores, devido à história de sucesso social que muitos imigrantes de origem açoreana alcançaram em terras americanas. E a apoiar o postulado anterio...

    Electromagnetism based approach to Sector design in Waste Collection

    Rodrigues, Ana Maria; Soeiro Ferreira, José (2014)
    For efficient planning of waste collection routing, large municipalities may be partitioned into convenient sectors. The real case under consideration is the municipality of Monção, in Portugal. Waste collection involves more than 1600 containers over an area of 220 km2 and a population of around 20,000 inhabitants. This is mostly a rural area where the population is distributed in small villages around the 33 boroughs centres (freguesia) that constitute the municipality. In most freguesias, ...
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