#LAK11 Learning Analytics

This Learning Analytics sounds good.

How would I apply it to my courses?


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  1. You can use a particular tool such as the one offered by wheebox (www.wheebox.com). This works by gathering an initial assessment, intermediary assessment and final assessment. At the end of each assessment you can determine the strengths and weaknesses of your students and adjust your course curriculum accordingly in between assessments. Learning groups can also be formed through analytics, lets say for example in the subject of English, student a is good in verbs, but poor in nouns, student b is the complete opposite, so you can pair them up together and they can learn off each other through study groups or working on projects together.

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