The Academic and Education Analytics of Student and Teacher Learning Process - An Empirical Study on Student Performance
Author(s):
T. Malathi, Dr. K. Ram Mohan Rao
Keywords:
Higher Education, Data mining, Big Data analytics, Learning Analytics, Academic Analytics, Education Analytics.
Abstract
The main objective of educational institutions in India is to achieve the development of the student not only in knowledge but also in practical implementation of that knowledge. One of the way to achieve the mentioned objective is to monitor the students continuously and adapting the various methodologies or training needs for different students with different levels of understanding. In higher education academic institutions for improving student performance and retention, most of them have adopted the academic analytics and learning analytics. Due to this pandemic situation, the educational institutions under different universities should adapt the use of digital platforms. As the virtual teaching and learning has been initiated completely in full fledged environment, it now became very easy to access the data of the learner. Hence, it made all the data collection an easy task and I am presenting the empirical study of the various articles, which have given their contribution towards the student learning and performance enhancement. I had discussed about the concept of big data analytics, learning analytics, academic analytics and education analytics in higher education, where the student learning, student performance evaluation and retention has been penetrated. While several studies have reported the implementation details and the successes of specific analytics initiatives, relatively fewer studies exist in literature that describe the possible constraints that can preclude an academic or learning analytics initiative from succeeding fully, meeting the criteria of success as defined by the stakeholders affected by such initiatives. In India, with the ubiquitous smart devices it made the life of the students to explore the various ways of online education and for the teachers, it made a new pace of teaching learning methodology.
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Unique Paper ID: 153979

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 61 - 66
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