Development of a scale to measure learners’ perceived preferences and benefits of data-driven learning

Atsushi Mizumoto, Kiyomi Chujo, Kenji Yokota
  • ReCALL, November 2015, Cambridge University Press
  • DOI: 10.1017/s0958344015000208

Development of a scale for data-driven learning (DDL)

What is it about?

In spite of researchers’ and practitioners’ increasing attention to data-driven learning (DDL) and increasing numbers of DDL studies, a multi-item scale to measure learners’ attitude toward DDL has not been developed thus far. In the present study, we developed and validated a psychometric scale to measure learners’ perceived preferences and benefits of DDL for research and pedagogical purposes.

Why is it important?

We propose that the scale can be used in future studies that utilize the same type of questionnaire research to facilitate further investigation of DDL.

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Dr. Atsushi Mizumoto (Author)
Kansai University

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