Instructional Design Data Mining

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Instructional Design Data Mining

Data driven decision-making systems allow instructional designers to engage in continuous improvement of course design to optimize student learning.



In this education and teacher training course, part of the Instructional Design and Technology MicroMasters program we will delve into data driven decision-making and you will learn data mining techniques to collect actionable data. You will learn how to analyze learner statistics to improve the impact of design and technology on learning. 



It’s important for instructional designers to have systematic plans for gathering data and learner analysis to guide ongoing course adjustments to improve teaching and learning. Data is critical to the continuous improvement process.


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Starts : 2018-03-26

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