Definitions for "Interactions"
the degree to which the student has access to peers without disabilities; frequent interactions are short-term interactions without opportunities for students to get to know one another (e.g., saying “Hi” in the hallway, eating lunch in the same cafeteria, etc.); sustained interactions occur over time with opportunities for students to develop relationships (e.g., presence in regular education classrooms on a daily basis, belonging to the same club, being on a sports team, etc.)
Online and Web-enhanced courses have to include three types of interaction: student-content, student-instructor, and student -student interaction.
The relationship between different components of software under test.
a highly relevant subject in biofinformatics
Occurs when the effect of one factor on a response depends on the level of another factor(s).