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Study on student performance estimation, student progress analysis, and student potential prediction based on data mining

Fan Yang, Frederick W.B. Li
2018 Computers & Education  
students' prior knowledge as well as the performance/attributes of other students who have similar characteristics.  ...  Evaluation results show that the proposed tools can give correct and more accurate results, and also offer a better understanding on student progress.  ...  A generalized linear mixed effects model was used to generate statistic information in order to describe students' learning progress on different skills. [23] predicted student performance using the contextual  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2018.04.006 fatcat:u72m64a7rbakbn6jrz7hthsg6m

Data-Based Decision-Making [chapter]

Stanley L. Deno
2015 Handbook of Response to Intervention  
The goal for the university students was to learn how to function in, what was then, a new special education program model in which students with high-incidence disabilities would spend most of their days  ...  Moving ahead in this project, the decision that was most challenging for me was the type of instructional program that the university students would use in attempting to increase the basic skills  ...  It also forces on us the prospect of having to create and manage a more differentiated program at each tier of our RTI model in an effort to be responsive to the progress of all students.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4899-7568-3_2 fatcat:arovf5qgxnc4dp5ppqqczcjfqa

Self-efficacy and achievement behaviors

Dale H. Schunk
1989 Educational Psychology Review  
The bulk of the article reviews research on students' self-efficacy for acquiring skills and performing achievement behaviors.  ...  Research addressing cognitive skills, social skills, motor skills, and career choices has shown that self-efficacy is an important construct that helps to explain students' learning and performance of  ...  The most parsimonious model showed a direct effect of treatment on skill and an indirect effect through persistence and self-efficacy, an indirect effect of treatment on persistence through self-efficacy  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf01320134 fatcat:ecina7kunjbgfdtrsmexwjmmem

Effects of Argumentation Based Concept Cartoon Activities on Students' Scientific Process Skills

Suat Türkoguz, Merve Ci̇n
2014 Mersin Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Dergisi  
This study was aimed at examining the effects of argumentation based concept cartoon activities on students' scientific process skills.  ...  The results showed that students in the experimental group were much better in the development of science process skills towards "Electricity In Our Life" unit than the control group.Key Words: argumentation  ...  The prediction skill in the secondary school students is the skill observed on the lowest levels.  ... 
doi:10.17860/efd.91037 doaj:c987873ea4f3404f95bb9746e508d086 fatcat:kba6kdfo2ncoflpg47yftks3gq

Can Curriculum-Embedded Measures Predict the Later Reading Achievement of Kindergarteners at Risk of Reading Disability?

Eric L. Oslund, Deborah C. Simmons, Shanna Hagan-Burke, Oi-Man Kwok, Leslie E. Simmons, Aaron B. Taylor, Michael D. Coyne
2014 Learning Disability Quarterly  
This study examined the changing role and longitudinal predictive validity of curriculum-embedded progress-monitoring measures (CEMs ) for kindergarten students receiving Tier 2 intervention and identified  ...  Structural equation modeling indicates that CEMs explained a significant amount of variance on first-(54%-63%) and second-grade (34%-41%) outcomes.  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared the following potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article: Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0731948714524752 fatcat:6uz5ub4yijcxnf474crzgm3fyi

Predicting reading outcomes with progress monitoring slopes among middle grade students

Tammy D. Tolar, Amy E. Barth, Jack M. Fletcher, David J. Francis, Sharon Vaughn
2014 Learning and Individual Differences  
We used multi-group modeling to evaluate the effects of reading ability, reading intervention, and progress monitoring administration condition on slope validity.  ...  Effective implementation of response-to-intervention (RTI) frameworks depends on efficient tools for monitoring progress.  ...  The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development or the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.lindif.2013.11.001 pmid:24659899 pmcid:PMC3960003 fatcat:xb3qv3tmwfea3napqhb3z6htey

Kindergarten Reading Skill Level and Change as Risk Factors for Chronic Problem Behavior

Kent McIntosh, Carol Sadler, Jacqueline A. Brown
2011 Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions  
In this study, the authors explored the effect of prereading skills at the start of kindergarten and change in skills during kindergarten on response to Tier I (universal) Schoolwide Positive Behavior  ...  used to determine whether reading skills at school entry or change in reading skills over the course of kindergarten were more predictive of chronic problem behavior in Grade 5.  ...  Department of Education, K-3 Model Demonstration (HB324T000025), and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of Canada (F09-05052).  ... 
doi:10.1177/1098300711403153 fatcat:s34akhnmord5dk5vqyj643myjy

Self-efficacy, motivation, and performance

Dale H. Schunk
1995 Journal of Applied Sport Psychology  
Regardless of domain, research shows that self-efficacy helps to predict motivation and performance, and studies testing causal models highlight the important role played by self-efficacy.  ...  Some evidence is provided on the utility of self-efficacy as a predictor of behavior.  ...  The latter effect may be especially pronounced among students who have had difficulty acquiring skills. Also, the belief that one is more competent than a model can raise efficacy.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10413209508406961 fatcat:vcihuesmtfhddamezrqnlixwzi

Insights Into First Grade Students' Development of Conceptual Numerical Understanding as Drawn From Progression-Based Assessments

Miriam Balt, Annemarie Fritz, Antje Ehlert
2020 Frontiers in Education  
Findings show that the students' performance increased significantly over time and that the initial conceptual numerical understanding had a positive effect on the students' learning progress as well as  ...  This study examines numeracy learning of 101 first grade students over the course of one school year using progression-based assessments.  ...  positive effect of numerical pre-knowledge on the subsequent acquisition of more sophisticated numeracy skills.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2020.00080 fatcat:znjhhsfa75cxfpwk4z2r6pj7my

Extracting Knowledge Concerning Digital Literacy by using a Predictive Model in Data Mining

Soheila Sadeghiyan, Dariush Noroozi, Marjan Maadi
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The goal of this paper is prediction of the effect of computer literacy and internet literacy on Digital literacy competence of individuals.  ...  To determine best predictive model, the accuracy of generated model is obtained.  ...  the desired goal of a predictive model [9] .  ... 
doi:10.5120/15741-4696 fatcat:3xkyiqi3u5e5zotce5jja5mseu

Skills to not fall behind in school [article]

Felipe Maia Polo
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Our methodology primarily includes the use of a Bayesian logistic regression model and our results suggest that both cognitive and social-emotional skills may impact the conditional probability of falling  ...  Our dataset contains the same students in 2012 and 2017, and we consider that there was a academic progress delay for a specific student if he or she progressed less than expected in school grades.  ...  marginal increase in each of the skills on the predicted probability of school delay for an individual.  ... 
arXiv:2001.10519v1 fatcat:rlf6juddhvdfdc2icu5sw3paie

The Development of Academic Self-Efficacy [chapter]

Dale H. Schunk, Frank Pajares
2002 Development of Achievement Motivation  
Predictive Utility of Self-Efficacy The predictive utility of self-efficacy has also been tested using causal models.  ...  The most parsimonious model showed a direct effect of treatment on achievement and an indirect effect through persistence and self-efficacy, an indirect effect of treatment on persistence through self-efficacy  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-012750053-9/50003-6 fatcat:rdxrrjws25h2roivrf6pdq4fva

Predictive Validity of Curriculum-Embedded Measures on Outcomes of Kindergarteners Identified as At Risk for Reading Difficulty

Eric L. Oslund, Shanna Hagan-Burke, Deborah C. Simmons, Nathan H. Clemens, Leslie E. Simmons, Aaron B. Taylor, Oi-man Kwok, Michael D. Coyne
2016 Journal of Learning Disabilities  
The authors recommended that measures of these skills also change in accordance with reading progression.  ...  The use of pseudowords requires students to rely on decoding skills to effectively read the words. Median split-half reliability is .87 (Woodcock, 1987 (Woodcock, /1998 ).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022219416664866 pmid:27553037 fatcat:p4uvr2n6f5dkhi3yp2xze2jpzi

Page 2654 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 93, Issue 7 [page]

2006 Psychological Abstracts  
The results of this research indicated that reasons of students showed to resistance behavior are: do not want to change their study habits, can not change their study skills, believe the new study skills  ...  Second, studies investigating the effectiveness of a syllable-based reading approach on the word-reading skills of middle school children with reading difficulties are reviewed.  ... 

Developments in Curriculum-Based Measurement

Stanley L. Deno
2003 The Journal of special education  
Curriculum-based measurement (CBM) is an approach for assessing the growth of students in basic skills that originated uniquely in special education.  ...  Beyond those fundamental uses of CBM, recent research has been conducted on using CBM to predict success in high-stakes assessment, to measure growth in content areas in secondary school programs, and  ...  This systematic approach to setting goals, monitoring growth, changing programs, and evaluating the effects of changes is the formative evaluation model.  ... 
doi:10.1177/00224669030370030801 fatcat:xjwciwqydzgwrbndyyor3ry65q
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