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Data Mining and University Dropout, A Literature Review

Henry David Bacca Morales et al., Henry David Bacca Morales et al.,, TJPRC
2021 International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development  
There are different investigations that highlight the importance of the processing of large amounts of data to predict and prevent the desertion of students by the implications that this brings at the  ...  This study analyzes some key concepts and literature available on data mining and school dropout showing the current state of these thematic, specifically in the IEEE XPLORE Digital Library online database  ...  Predicting the probability of student dropout through EMIR using data Improvement of weight backpropagation with particle swarm optimization for student dropout prediction from current and graduate students  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijmperdjun202125 fatcat:g3vj4g2lizartlt2peth2uvibu

Patterns and Perceptions in Male Secondary School Dropouts in the United Arab Emirates

Natasha Ridge, Samar Farah, Soha Shami
2013 Al Qasimi Foundation  
Using a sample of 149 dropouts and 347 non-dropouts, this study is the first to apply a mixed-methods comparative design to explore the patterns and trends in male dropout rates across government schools  ...  in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).  ...  They appreciate their continued encouragement and dedication to the development of youth and education in the United Arab Emirates.  ... 
doi:10.18502/aqf.0107 fatcat:n7idyye2ine6xlardkf4p3zyru

A Phenomenological Study on International Student Withdrawals from Malaysian Higher Education Institutions

Norizan Sulong, Noraini Othman
2020 International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences  
system and computer field, utilizing data set approach and predicting the risk of dropping out.  ...  While the focus of most dropout studies in higher education has always been on the traditional campus setting that serve local students, most studies on international student withdrawal are from information  ...  While the approach used was the utilization of meta data set to provide insight into international student dropout phenomenon and to predict their risk of dropping out, the present study, a humanistic  ... 
doi:10.6007/ijarbss/v10-i12/8323 fatcat:zxaojxsbfjba5oc44erpic7dae

Human resource development through vocational education in the Uunited Arab Emirates: the case of dubai polytechnic

Stephen Wilkins
2002 Journal of Vocational Education and Training  
A questionnaire was also completed by HRD/HRM professionals in 22 large business organisations in the Emirate of Dubai. Most of the secondary data came from government sources.  ...  Like the HCT, Zayed University delivers programmes in the English language and emphasises the use of the most current technologies for teaching and student learning.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13636820100200185 fatcat:rilndzubwzbnvffitwt6bpspdy

Predicting Student Performance and its Influential Factors using Hybrid Regression and Multi-Label Classification

Abdullah Alshanqiti, Abdallah Namoun
2020 IEEE Access  
data are extracted from the past and the currently running semesters, while the scheduled data for the upcoming semesters are used for prediction.  ...  Another important survey by [8] , exploring 71 papers, indicated that 70% of the studies aimed at predicting student performance and 21% of the studies targeted the prediction of student dropout probability  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3036572 fatcat:jq24ajswrfc2nnouscdto2ypka

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2018 2018 7th International Congress on Advanced Applied Informatics (IIAI-AAI)  
), and Kunihiko Takamatsu (Kobe Tokiwa University) Nobuhiko Kondo (Tokyo Metropolitan University) and Toshiharu Hatanaka (Osaka University) Predicting the Probability of Student Dropout through EMIR  ...  Using Data from Current and Graduate Students 478 Katsuhiko Murakami (The University of Tokyo), Kunihiko Takamatsu (Kobe Tokiwa University), Yasuhiro Kozaki (Osaka Kyoiku University), Aoi Kishida  ... 
doi:10.1109/iiai-aai.2018.00004 fatcat:meumt3jpgfb47iyqhf4mehvq44

A Comparison of EDM Tools and Techniques

Eman Alshehri, Hosam Alhakami, Abdullah Baz, Tahani Alsubait
2020 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
EDM techniques are now being used for predicting the enrolment of students in a specific course, detection of any irregular grades, prediction about students' performance, analyzing and visualizing of  ...  Furthermore, the results also cite that Bayesian and Decision Tree Classifiers are the most widely used techniques for predicting the students' performance.  ...  On the other hand, to predict the probability of student's graduation at JIIT University of India. R. Ahuja, and Y. Kankane [14] applied Seven techniques for education data mining.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2020.0111295 fatcat:a6i7zt7mebekpjfir5cad5a6zq

A Practical Model for the Evaluation of High School Student Performance Based on Machine Learning

Mostafa Zafari, Abolghasem Sadeghi-Niaraki, Soo-Mi Choi, Ali Esmaeily
2021 Applied Sciences  
The dataset includes behavioral information, individual information and the scores of students that were collected from teachers and a one-by-one survey through an online questionnaire.  ...  As a result, the effective features of the database were identified, and the least important features were eliminated from the dataset.  ...  ’ dropout probability.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app112311534 fatcat:wifhq2pirzaw3djrcmrhoo35hm

The Relationship between Budget Adequacy and Student Enrolment in TVET Institutions in Bungoma County, Kenya

Jayne Nasimiyu Wasike, Dr. Juma Ingendi, Julius Maiyo
2020 Journal of Advances in Education and Philosophy  
The items from the main questionnaire were organised according to the specific research objectives. Data was analyzed was done using descriptive statistics, Pearson correlation and Linear regression.  ...  Proportionate stratified sampling, Census and simple random sampling were used to select a sample size of 426 respondents. Data was collected using questionnaires and document analysis.  ...  The dependent variable is the factor being predicted and the factor that is being used to predict the value of the dependent variable is the independent variable [14] .  ... 
doi:10.36348/jaep.2020.v04i09.003 fatcat:kcbsac6kbvehpf3bv4mxcbjyxq


Jin Deng, Ieda M. Santos, David J. Mathieu
2018 PUPIL: International Journal of Teaching, Education and Learning  
Qualitative data were collected using interviews from a purposeful sample of 5 expatriate students.  ...  The problem that prompted this study was the institution showed low graduation rates for expatriate students and had not assessed the perceptions of key factors that impacted their attendance and persistence  ...  Then, I critically reviewed current literature using constructs from Tinto's theory about students' persistence or dropout behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.20319/pijtel.2018.22.115136 fatcat:b4zkrxjzzncall6khpsyxtcgdi

A longitudinal cohort study to explore the relationship between depression, anxiety and academic performance among Emirati university students

Suheir Awadalla, E. Bethan Davies, Cris Glazebrook
2020 BMC Psychiatry  
This study aims to determine the prevalence of depression and anxiety in university students in United Arab Emirates (UAE).  ...  PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scales were used to assess depressive and anxiety symptoms. At six-month follow-up, 134 participants (33.3%) provided details of their current GPA.  ...  Acknowledgements SA would like to acknowledge and thank all the students who took part in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12888-020-02854-z pmid:32917172 fatcat:gk5qzl7vxnc3hnwp4z7hpzcxvm

Narrative Integrated Career Exploration Platform

Sakib Shahriar, Jayroop Ramesh, Mohammed Towheed, Taha Ameen, Assim Sagahyroon, A. R. Al-Ali
2022 Frontiers in Education  
To evaluate the perceived usefulness of the platform, a case study involving university students was performed.  ...  The platform contains four playable tracks allowing students to explore careers in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, internet of things, and electronics.  ...  Geographically, the volunteers were enrolled from universities in the United Arab Emirates, India, and the United States.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.798950 fatcat:4lktra6sdndrxg5lrtdkrlmznm

Literacy, visual culture, and citizenship in education

Rob Linné, Molly Quinn
2020 Septentrio Conference Series  
In this presentation, and paper, we propose to share, and theorize concerning, something of the fruits of such work in which our education students (in our teaching literacy and curriculum design courses  ...  color but also for all those who are low-income or in poverty (Gorski, 2017); as educators and scholars we were particularly interested in working with students in ways that might induce us to critically  ...  Characteristics Children's Access to and Use of the Internet Endnotes: 1 Data come from the Current Population Survey (CPS), a household survey.  ... 
doi:10.7557/5.5397 fatcat:6yrxoerf3vf3rdsr2kwbjku62q

IHE Spring Issue #97

Philip Altbach
2019 International Higher Education  
If you would like to subscribe, please send an e-mail to:, including your position (graduate student, professor, administrator, policymaker, etc.), your country of residence, and area of  ...  There is no charge for a digital subscription; a fee of $35/year applies to a subscription to the print version.  ...  This event will provide master's students, PhD students, and young professionals from around the world with opportunities to present their research and interact with experts on new developments in internationalization  ... 
doi:10.6017/ihe.2019.97.10982 fatcat:pkcjglsgozdb3c2bpxelm6unmm

Social Marketing , Education and the Female Workforce : A Comparison of United Arab Emirates and Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Noura Al Rashedi, Abdullah Al Shamsi, Mohamed Rashed, Tomasz Sinczak, Sasha Hodgson, Kate O'Neil
2015 Middle East Journal of Business  
The religious, socioeconomic, and political status are fundamental principles that form the values of women's lifestyles in the Muslim World and especially in the GCC.  ...  It varies largely from nation to nation depending on how globalization has managed to affect the society in line with the lifestyles of modern living.  ...  The U.S Department of commerce predicted in 2011 that $22.7 billion of their economy is generated from Saudi student enrollment (Hausheer, 2014) . (4) It was produced by a Saudi producer and revolved  ... 
doi:10.5742/mejb.2015.92597 fatcat:ju7qpa3f5beffjg2gs3pxnky6q
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