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Project Troff documentNetwork on creativity in pre-school
CREANET is a Comenius Multilateral Network aimed at developing a European forum related to creativity in preschool education from a multidisciplinary and cross-institutional perspective. The network includes partners from ten European countries, representing both research institutes and local/regional actors who organise early childhood education. The activities of the network consist of research activities examining the European approach to creativity in pre-school as well as practice-oriented activities aiming at the exchange of good practices between practitioners. One of the aims is also to develop new projects and partnerships based on these activities.
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PersonKaisa Oksanen, Ph.D.
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Project object codeOmahoitopalvelu: toteutus ja pilotointi
Hankkeen tavoitteena Vetreeni-palvelun kehittäminen ja pilotointi. Vetreeni on Jyväskylän yliopiston Agora Centerissä kehitetty ikäihmisten terveyskäyttäytymistä edistävä sähköinen palvelu, jossa käyttäjät hyödyntävät tablet-laitteita. Vetreenin tavoitteena on ikäihmisten motivoiminen aktiiviseen liikkumiseen, toimintaan ja sosiaaliseen kanssakäymiseen. Palvelun käyttäjillä on myös mahdollisuus tallentaa itse seuraamiaan terveystietoja omalle terveystilille Taltioni-tietokantaan.
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Person Octet StreamPäivi Parikka, M.Sc. (Econ)
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ProjectProcess-modelling and -simulation solution for organizational leaders (Prosessien mallinnus ja simulointi organisaation johdolle)
A common problem in today’s organizations is the lack of proper analytic tools while aiming to efficient utilization of vast amounts of data and ReMaster will be answer for this need. With help of ReMaster organizations can analyse, evaluate and develop their processes and use relevant data for decision support. The aim of ReMaster-project is to investigate the most promising commercial and utilization paths of knowledge management service concept based on computational methods.
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ProjectThe Wellbeing of the Metropolis
The project looked into the competitiveness of the Finnish metropolitan region. Its objective was to produce an impartial examination of the region’s competitiveness and to generate proposals for enhancing its vitality. The central themes were: future visions of its municipalities, the competitiveness of its centres of innovation, new concepts in the service sector, emerging dimensions of municipal democracy and sustainable spatial structure.
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Project application/x-troff-meTraining Grapheme-Phoneme Correlations with a Child-friendly Computer Game
GRAPHOGAME is a child-friendly computer game that helps children to learn the basic letters and their sounds. Through a series of levels, gradually, the child is able to construct these letters into small words and then larger words. Importantly, the game incorporates a dynamic element in that it also adapts to the child’s own level of ability and sets further levels in accordance with this ability. This prevents frustration in the context of learning while, at the same time, enjoyable positive feedback sustains the child’s interest in playing for sufficient time for learning to be established.
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ProjectUbiquitous Care System to Support Independent Living
The main objective of the EU FP7-project Confidence was the development and integration of innovative technologies for the detection of abnormal events (such as falls) or unexpected behaviours that may be related to a health problem in elderly people. With the proposed approach, the elderly will gain confidence and independence. Confidence is a cost effective, non-intrusive and reliable system that will increase the quality of life and security of the elderly and, thus, prolong their personal autonomy and participation in society.
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Project TeX documentUnderstanding and Providing a Developmental Approach to Technology Education
The project consortium has created a unique developmental approach for technology education: Compared to many other projects that have tried to involve girls in technology, the UPDATE approach includes a strong focus on early childhood and primary education, phases in which the attitudes are often formed. From th is understanding, it is far too late to start to try rising the girls' interest at only at secondary or later stages.
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