Using Teaching Analytics to Reflect on the Teaching Design

 
 
 
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    Teaching is encouraged through the support and the collaboration of other teachers. Data mining comes as a way to better reflect on teaching design as well as classroom practices. In this paper we are going to use the concept of Teaching Analytics as a tool that can help teacher analyse their educational design and that enable them to create better learning conditions for their students in our platform. This article also includes a comparison of lesson plan between two teachers at the Shariaa University, Fez.

     


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    support and the collaboration, teaching design, Teaching Analytics

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Article ID: 28093
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v8i1.11.28093




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