Signals tells students how they’re doing even before the test

Signals tells students how they’re doing even before the test

[Shared via AddThis]

John Campbell, associate vice president for Purdue’s Rosen Center for Advanced Computing, developed the neat tool in this article that mines the data in Purdue’s course management system to send students a quick view of their status in courses in an easy-to-read list of Signals–like traffic signals. The study shows that students benefit from the early warnings by changing their work habits to turn around poor performance.

Advertisements


Categories: technology

Tags:

%d bloggers like this: