Particular quantitative analysis of accesses to mathematical study sources
Radek Krpec 1 * , Tomáš Barot 1 *
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1 Department of Mathematics with Didactics, Faculty of Education, University of Ostrava
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Due to the occurred pandemic situation in the world, the importance of the distance forms of the learning has been increased. In the environment of the university education, the full-time studies became similar as the part-time studies according to the fulfilling the requirements on students. The wide spectrum of the online techniques and strategies has been proposed yet. In this paper, the elementary level of the distance materials is considered regarding the essential environment of the learning system Moodle. The activity of the participants of the Moodle courses is available in the system itself. However, the further detailed statistical analysis is not directly integrated and this type of the analysis can be also an advantageous feedback for the other academics. Advantages can be in the form of an identification of knowledge about the behaviour of students in courses in general. Moreover, the consideration of the statistical significance is appropriate for conclusions of an identified students’ behaviour in a quantitative sense, as can be seen in this article with the particular analysis of the students distance access to mathematical study sources.



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