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Grade Prediction Modeling in Hybrid Learning Environments for Sustainable Engineering Education

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Zoe Kanetaki
Constantinos Stergiou
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Georgi Bekas
Christos Troussas
Cleo Sgouropoulou
Abdeldjalil Ouahabi
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Abstract

Since mid-March 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, higher education has been facing a very uncertain situation, despite the hasty implementation of information and communication technologies for distance and online learning. Hybrid learning, i.e., the mixing of distance and face-to-face learning, seems to be the rule in most universities today. In order to build a post-COVID-19 university education, i.e., one that is increasingly digital and sustainable, it is essential to learn from these years of health crisis. In this context, this paper aims to identify and quantify the main factors affecting mechanical engineering student performance in order to build a generalized linear autoregressive (GLAR) model. This model, which is distinguished by its simplicity and ease of implementation, is responsible for predicting student grades in online learning situations in hybrid environments. The thirty or so variables identified by a previously tested model in 2020–2021, in which distance learning was the exclusive mode of learning, were evaluated in blended learning spaces. Given the low predictive power of the original model, about ten new factors, specific to blended learning, were then identified and tested. The refined version of the GLAR model predicts student grades to within ±1 with a success rate of 63.70%, making it 28.08% more accurate than the model originally created in 2020–2021. Special attention was also given to students whose grade predictions were underestimated and who failed. The methodology presented is applicable to all aspects of the academic process, including students, instructors, and decisionmakers.
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hal-03652270 , version 1 (26-04-2022)

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Zoe Kanetaki, Constantinos Stergiou, Georgi Bekas, Sebastien Jacques, Christos Troussas, et al.. Grade Prediction Modeling in Hybrid Learning Environments for Sustainable Engineering Education. Sustainability, 2022, 14 (9), pp.5205. ⟨10.3390/su14095205⟩. ⟨hal-03652270⟩
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