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The Basics of Education Data Mining and Learning Analytics


Educators may not always be able to provide each student with the one-on-one time needed for personalized learning. Data mining and analytics make it easier for educators to address the needs of students with varied academic capabilities. We’ve covered the status of Adaptive Learning – Challenges and Developments. College Stats explains the basics of educational data mining and learning analytics in the infographic below. It’s an introductory version for this topic.

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How Can Data Mining & Analytics Enhance Education?

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