A Review on The Educational Data Mining


  • Kirthick Kumaran. A.S, Dr. Palati Sinduja, Dr. R. Priyadharshini,


The Educational data mining interaction changes over crude information coming from instructive frameworks into valuable data that might greatly affect instructive examination and practice. Customarily, specialists applied data mining techniques like bunching, grouping, affiliation rule mining, and text mining to the instructive setting. Educational data mining is based on data mining techniques and algorithms and is aimed at exploring educational data to find predictions and patterns in data that characterize learners’ behavior. It is noteworthy to mention that the clustering approach has been applied to different variables within the context of education. All the more regularly, understudies frail in arithmetic would fear the simple thought of being asked by the educator to sit in the front seat. Some regular aphorisms propose that the back-benchers in a study hall are ordinarily lethargic students when contrasted with the individuals who sit in the front seats. Many theories and studies are reported on the usage of learning styles in teaching to improve the quality of education. The new way of e-learning is the latest efficient trend in learning style theories. The modern way of learning and a widely used technique for faster and an easily acquired way in the field of education. Various researches have been conducted on the feasibility of e-learning. In learning methods, it requires learners to work together in groups or teams to reach a goal. It develops the abilities for interaction, enables sharing and cooperation, and focuses on the collective perspective towards problem-solving skills amongst learners.



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Kirthick Kumaran. A.S, Dr. Palati Sinduja, Dr. R. Priyadharshini,. (2021). A Review on The Educational Data Mining. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(2), 676–685. Retrieved from http://dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/966