Jason Cleveland, Mathematical, Computing & Information Science
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Tutoring has always been a cornerstone of academia, but one question has recently arisen; how many hours a student needs to attend tutoring in order to succeed in their course? There are many variables that can influence the hours needed. Some of the more important variables include prerequisite grades, ACT/SAT scores, and placement tests scores. Jacksonville State University’s Precalculus Algebra course is a perfect sample course to apply machine learning skills such as regression to discern how many hours one specific student needs in order to succeed. This presentation describes the important variables and the Precalculus Algebra course data from Jacksonville State University in order to show how many hours in tutoring are needed to succeed with a desired grade in a course.
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Algebra | Educational Methods
White, Christopher, "Analyzing Tutoring Data Using Regression" (2020). JSU Student Symposium 2020. 32.