Predicting Factors that Influence Students’ Learning Outcomes Using Learning Analytics in Online Learning Environment

Saida Ulfa, Izzul Fatawi

Abstract


The application of online learning has increased significantly, recently. One of the key successes in online learning is student interactions. An active learning strategy would engage the students to interact with the course or to get involved in the learning process. The objective of this research was to predict which one of the student activities that would improve the learning outcome of the students? All the activities are related to non-human interaction. One of the activities is concept mapping. All the students’ activities in online learning were stored in LMS and the data generated as a learning analytics. A linear regression method was used to analyze the data. This research confirmed that working on exercises by using concept mapping yields significant results in improving the learning outcome of students.

Keywords


concept mapping; learning analytics; learning outcomes; non-human interaction; student success in online learning

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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