- Aug 2021
theory is often conflated with “conceptual”. So people talk about having a theoretical or conceptual framework.
See Varpio, L., Paradis, E., Uijtdehaage, S., & Young, M. (2020). The Distinctions Between Theory, Theoretical Framework, and Conceptual Framework. Academic Medicine: Journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges, 95(7), 989–994.
- May 2020
Brangwynne, C. (2020 April 29). How a Landmark Physics Paper from the 1970s Uncannily Describes the COVID-19 Pandemic. Scientific American Blog Network. https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/how-a-landmark-physics-paper-from-the-1970s-uncannily-describes-the-covid-19-pandemic/
- cell information
- social systems
- transmission reduction
- conceptual framework
- Phil Anderson
- social distancing
- Nov 2019
Although educators may use technology for personal use, technology may not be used to supportlearningor prepare students for thecurrent digital culture.
This article focused on how K-8 and K-5 classrooms fail to use the technology in their classrooms. In the first section of this article, the author defines the problem and provides a conceptual framework for the problem. In the second section of this article, the author presents the research, data that was collected during the study, and the participants that were involved. In section three, the project description and the projected goal was shared. Along with the literature that was reviewed, obstacles that were encountered, evaluation, and changes that were made to change the predicted outcome. The last section, section four concluded with the strengths, limitations, other approaches that were encountered during the project. The project closed out with the analysis, changes that effected the project/social change, and future research. Rate: 4/5
- May 2019
Conceptual Framework as an orientation to "real possibilities" regarding the use of technology as an aid to comprehending complex problems through revelation regarding improvement opportunities.
- Jan 2019
This kind of system approach to human intellectual effectiveness does not find a ready-made conceptual framework such as exists for established disciplines. Before a research program can be designed to pursue such an approach intelligently, so that practical benefits might be derived within a reasonable time while also producing results of longrange significance, a conceptual framework must be searched out—a framework that provides orientation as to the important factors of the system, the relationships among these factors, the types of change among the system factors that offer likely improvements in performance, and the sort of research goals and methodology that seem promising.