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20 days ago
Hi Everyone:This is the result of the D&R testing. I am sorry that I did not come out at the first time.The main conclusion is: There is a positive effect of `prediction.io` which means the recommendations from prediction.io are more likely to be categorized as `good recommendation`.However, the effect is not statistically significant. This may because it is a small sample size.If you are interested about the information I provide in the D&R, feel free to check the slides and give me more feedbacks! Here...
20 days ago
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5 months ago
Check this article from The Economist and see how technology changes education in poor countries. What's the role of the educator with the help of new technology? Some highlights:Research by Justin Sandefur of the Centre for Global Development shows that teachers in poor countries tend to be remarkably well-paid, by local standards. Evidence from countries as diverse as Indonesia and Pakistan suggests that teache...
7 months ago
Social interactions between students are a major and under-explored part of education. Understanding how learning relationships form in undergraduate classrooms, as well as the impacts these relationships have on learning outcomes, can inform educators in unique ways and improve educational reform. Social network analysis (SNA) provides the necessary tool kit for investigating questions involving relational data. In my recent case study of Gary's class, ...