Does Effort Payoff in Learning? Statistical Analysis on Statistics e-Learning Experience Outcome


Due to COVID-19 and safe-distancing measures in Singapore, most of the university classes have been moved to online for the past 2 years. With the change, we have provided two channels to facilitate students learning experiences – the online class participation and a non-compulsory e-learning activity. The online class participation involves students’ effort in presenting their thinking process through shared documents, where they propose different methods and discuss their results in the class. The participation of the additional e-learning activity is voluntary and is based on the students’ self-assessment of their learning needs and process. The activity provides unlimited attempt to MCQ quizzes relevant to the lecture and tutorial contents, targeting to provide students with additional practices and deeper understanding. We document the importance of students’ online class participation and efforts in e-learning after class in their learning efficiency, using both linear model and classification tree.

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Fei Gao, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore
Bingqiao Li, Singapore Institute of Technology, Singapore, Singapore

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Conference: IICE2023
Stream: Teaching Experiences

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