Abbreviation


CPER: explanation of abbreviations, prefixes (English, Greek, Latin) and acronyms concerning overall site.

All categories

Page: (Previous)   1  2  3  4  (Next)
  ALL

COURSE CATEGORY

BMC

BMC =
Bio-Mental Cybernetics
or
Bio-Mental Conditioning
or
Bio-Mental Cybergenetics
or
Body-Mind Cybernetics.

The category named 'Bio-Mental Cybernetics' (BMC) contains possible knowledge about the underlying mechanism of certain (circular) cause-effect phenomena that emerged during evolution to give rise to brain processes with regard to kinetics (body movement), emotions (feelings) and cognitions (thought).


NAC

NAC =
Neuro-Associative Cybernetics
or
Neuro-Altruistic Conditioning.

 


COURSE SUBJECT

CSRS

CSRS = Cybernetic Survival / Reproduction Strategies.


NMB

NMB = Natural Motives of Beauty.


CPER'S PARADIGM

CPER

CPER =
Centre for Progressive Evolution of Reality
or
Cybernetic Progressive Evolution of Reality
or
Cosmic Progressive Evolution of Reality.


CSRS

CSRS = Cybernetic Survival / Reproduction Strategies.


NMB

NMB = Natural Motives of Beauty.


DIDACTICAL INSTRUMENT

Fig.

Fig. = Figure .

A figure is a graphical illustration in the form of: a digital picture, schema, graph, cartoon or a photo.

The English term figure is derived from the Latin word figūra meaning 'shape'.


mcq

mcq = multiple choice question.
A multiple choice question allows the student to select a single or multiple responses from a pre-defined list, by clicking on the appropriate radio-buttons.

Variations:

mcq-ma = mcq - multiple answers.
This form of mcq lets the student choose several correct responses: The student may tick the checkbox before all answers that he/she believes to be correct.

mcq-mt = mcq - matching (text).
With a matching question, the answer to each of a number of sub-questions must be selected by the student from a dropdown list of possibilities (displayed as text).

mcq-n = mcq - numerical.
In a numerical question the student will see several possible answers starting with a number. In this case the student enters the correct number in the input field.

mcq-tf = mcq - true/false.
A true/false question allows the student to select one response from a pre-defined list of two options, such as:

  • True or False.
  • Yes or No.
  • 1 or 0.
  • Good or Bad.

(Logically speaking, "true" is related to 1 and "false" to 0, but this is not always the case with Good and Bad: in the 'real world' the moral statements "good" or "bad" are not per se the same as the logical parameters 1 or 0. For the sake of simplicity, we will use: good = 1 and bad = 0.)


qnr

qnr = questionnaire.

A questionnaire is a survey using a variety of question types, for the purpose of gathering data.
It can be used as a lesson exercise, or in an exam module.

Pictogram: Questionnaire



Page: (Previous)   1  2  3  4  (Next)
  ALL