Analyzing Student’s Learning Interests in the Implementation of Blended Learning Using Data Mining

Yuri Ariyanto, Budi Harijanto, Atiqah Nurul Asri

Abstract


Blended Learning combines teaching and learning activities in the classroom and online teaching. In its implementation, this learning method requires a lot of data. One of them is the student's online test score data which can be used as an evaluation of learning. For this reason, in this study, data mining is used to determine the results of online student examinations as well as to determine student interest in learning about the implementation of Blended Learning. Data mining techniques are used in the logs of online learning session results, so that one can assess the online learning system used. By assessing the system, it can be identified which students who have studied hard and those who have not studied in the online exam. The series data used are student test score data on the State Polytechnic of Malang Learning Management System (LMS). The student score dataset is arranged based on variables in the Educational Process Mining (EPM) Dataset of UCI, which are obtained from teacher’s assignments. In addition, data mining classification is used to determine student interest in learning towards blended learning. In the process of data mining, comparative analysis is carried out using the features of the RapidMiner tool to carry out the process of student data for training and data validation. This process uses several algorithms along with student data which is divided into two sets for training and validation. From the results of data mining calculations produce a classification with minimum errors. From the test, the resulting linear regression algorithm has RMSE 0.000 and SE 0.000, while the neural network algorithm has RMSE 0.525 and SE 0.275.


Keywords


Blended Learning, Data Mining, Classification Technique, Educational Process Mining, RapidMiner.

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