Share Paper: An Attempt to Analyze Mathematical Question-solving Processes Using STACK

  1. Yasuyuki Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan
  2. Yuko Ichikawa, National Institute of Technology ,Tokyo College, Japan
  3. Yoshinori Miyazaki, Shizuoka University, Japan
  4. Kentaro Yoshitomi, Osaka Prefecture University, Japan
  5. Saburo Higuchi, Ryukoku University, Japan
  6. Takahiro Nakahara, Sangensha, LLC., Japan
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Abstract: Mathematics e-learning systems can record students’ question-solving processes without being limited to multiple-choice questions. By looking at the mistakes made during the question-solving process, teachers can understand students’ learning processes. In recent years, learning analytics have been garnering interest as many teachers try to understand and optimize students’ learning processes and outcomes. In this study, we focus on the learning outcomes of mathematics e-learning systems that have not yet been, to our knowledge, comprehensively investigated. We analyzed question-solving processes using the data stored in the mathematics e-learning system STACK. We used the answers given to the question of differentiation between ...