Learning analytics improve learning outcomes.
This proposition is about improved learning outcomes:, including cognitive gains, improved assessment marks, better scores on tests and attainment results.
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Key QuestionsDo we see real improvements in learning outcomes for learners? We may be able to see patterns in learners’ data, but can we take action based on those patterns that improves their learning? We may be able to personalise learning based on learners’ data, but does that make any difference to how much they learn?
Most Viewed Evidence
- Crowd-sourced learning in MOOCs: learning analytics meets measurement theory - 2344 Views
- The effect of using digital student monitoring systems on learning outcomes - 1686 Views
- Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Learning Outcomes: A Meta-Analysis - 1536 Views
- How achievement emotions impact students’ decisions for online learning, and what precedes those emotions - 1501 Views
- Use of Sensor Data may support Reflective Learning at Work - 1498 Views