Do digital learning tools greatly contribute to the improvement of the academic performance of the students? Hypothesis There are many effects of digital learning on the academic performance of IT3A. To widely inform the students about their lessons; by using digital learning, it helps the students gather more information. By the use of technology, the student can easily learn by their self and feel comfortable while learning. Also, digital learning helps the students to be more active in their lesson because technology is widely used and is easy to use.
Students make self-observation when they focus on an aspect of their performance related to their subjective standards of success. Then, self-judgement occurs when students determine how well their general and specific goals were met. Student self-reactions and interpretations
According to Duffy (2004) it is important for the mentor to facilitate learning needs and assessment by giving the student the opportunity to reflect on their learning needs and assess themselves. It is also arguable that it is important for a student to identify their own learning needs and self-assessment but the mentor needs to adhere to assessment process in order to provide fair and accurate assessment (Walsh 2014). The most important role of a mentor is to assess the progress of a student accurately and identify the learning needs and problems which the student is encountering on a placement at an early stage. (Philips et al 2000). To assess accurately and holistically a mentor should be able to assess the student’s competency through measurable assessment tools and to do assessment process accurately (Embo et al 2015).
If a student is not satisfied on an activity, a chance is shown that this student might scout another school to get the satisfaction they need. Satisfaction is a variable to many things and has many variables itself. The decisions of a student of a choice of school may be influence by satisfaction. Satisfaction itself can be influenced by the contentment of an individual. Satisfaction is an important role in quality check of education.
In certain cases, individualized applications do better than conventional class room learning practice in its efficacy in student 's knowledge growth. AI techniques concerned in tool development for students with learning disabilities. Artificial intelligence automates fundamental activities in edification, like
Study habits itself affects the Academic performance of students taking up BS Accountancy measured by their General points average (GPA). According to Nonis & Hudson (2010), Study Habits can have either positive or negative effects with academic performance because of its direct relationship with it. There is a positive effect of study habits if one’s General Percentage Average (GPA) were good or high on the other hand, if their grades are below average there is a negative impact on it. Positive or negative effect is based on grades because it represents the academic performance of each student. Every student wants to aim for a high grades, and in order to achieve it students should know how to be effective.
Peer assessment is one of the most commonly used among these new assessment culture. In higher education, peer assessment is being implemented gradually as an alternative method for student evaluation . Research show that, peer assessment has many advantages which helps learners in learning process and improved quality. It also help learners to achieve high cognitive educational objectives which includes in depth learning by evaluation, creation and critical analysis . It helps students to understand the content in deeper level and they can get new ideas while reviewing other.
Each informs the other. It helps me in modifying my teaching strategies and helps my learners in modifying their learning strategies. Therefore, learning and assessment are like two sides of a coin, one cannot exist without the other. I feel that formative assessment in constructivism works best rather than summative because the focus is to improve the quality of a learner than creating evidence of their grades. It assists my learners in learning and helps in identifying their strengths and weaknesses.
The goal of summative assessment is to grade the progress of learning and assess the learners’ improvement level. • The exams are carried out in order to determine what the students have learned, therefore the aim of summative assessments is not self- assessment, but to grade what the learners have learned in aforementioned
• Observations may enable you to see things that are taken for granted by participants in the learning and teaching context. Their perceived lack of importance by participants may mean that they would not be picked up by other methods that explore participant perceptions. Main disadvantages of observation: • Observations can be time consuming. Getting a representative pic-ture of the implementation over the duration of a pilot or embed-ding phase of a change in learning and teaching will involve attending more than one learning and teaching activity or event. • Observation of activity may affect the behavior of those involved in it and hence what you observe.