have applied different decision tree algorithms like ID3(Iterative Dichotomiser) and C4.5 to predict students academic performances and checked their accuracy to choose the appropriate algorithm that could be effectively applied. Mohammed M. Abu Tair and Alaa M. El-Halees  have given a case study on how to use different data mining techniques like Association Rule Mining, Clustering, Classification and Outlier Detection at various phases to improve the academic performance of graduate
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Linda Lalicata Week six summaries Liu, O.L., Mao, L., Frankel, L., & Xu, J. (2016). Assessing critical thinking in higher education: The HEIghten approach and preliminary validity evidence. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 41(5), 677-694. Doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2016.1168358 This paper is based on a correlational study that tested the validity of the HEIghten approach to assessing critical thinking in college students.
4.0 RESEARCH QUESTION This study will answer the following questions: i. What are the perceptions of school leaders on the management of School Performance Dialogue that are implemented in schools? ii. Does the school have internet facilities and what is the level of internet access? iii.
• Benefits of computer security awareness? • What are the results of the students current perception of computer security • Why students may perceive computer security the way they do? • What resources are in place to assist with better computer awareness and security on campus 1.4 Research Approach According to Creswell (cited by Maree, 2007:265) the main objective of qualitative research is to investigate and interpret a fact or situation
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EXPLORING THE IMPACTS OF SELF-DIRECTED LEARNING APPROACH AMONG POLYTECHNIC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS ABSTRACT:- Self-Directed Learning (SDL) is an independent learning approach that develops students’ learning skills and professional skills through teaching and learning process. To embrace the SDL approach, the Department of Polytechnics has developed Curriculum Information Document Online System (CIDOS) as an online learning platform. Hence, the aim of this research is to study the impacts of SDL approach among polytechnic Mechanical Engineering students in their learning. This study targeted total 82 students from Material Science and Engineering Management classes. And the study, produced mixed findings reporting that students
(2005). Teachers’ perception on the effectiveness of co-curricular activities: A case study of Malaysian schools. Retrieved from http://www.teo-education.com/teophotos/albums/userpics/abdrashid.pdf Mancha, S. A., Ahmad, A. (2016). Co-curricular activities and its effects on social skills.