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A Case Study of Applying Learning Analytics in General Mathematics Class

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  • 1=Department of Graduate School of Education, Kyung-Hee University, Korea, Republic of
  • Department of Technology of Education, Kyung-Hee University, Korea, Republic of
  • Department of Information Security, Tong-myung University, Korea, Republic of

Abstract


The researcher hope to extend the cafe management period and aims to draw more active participation through various methods and use more tools of communication with the students to receive continuous feedback not only during exam period but during the semester. As mentioned in the debate, the class will be supplemented to help not only the teacher but also the students, in line with the purpose of learning analytics, and the researcher confirmed that by analyzing the learners’ learning activities and styles using Naver Cafe’s analysis tools, the quality of the individual learning abilities can be enhanced. In the future, this research could be useful as a case study of using learning analytics and hopefully learning analysis tools will be used more widely in education and that this research can be extended into more fields.

Keywords

Big Data, General Mathematics, Learning Analytics, Mathematics Education

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