Characterizing ELL Students' Behavior During MOOC Videos Using Content Type

@article{Uchidiuno2017CharacterizingES,
  title={Characterizing ELL Students' Behavior During MOOC Videos Using Content Type},
  author={Judith Uchidiuno and Jessica Hammer and Evelyn Yarzebinski and K. Koedinger and A. Ogan},
  journal={Proceedings of the Fourth (2017) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale},
  year={2017}
}
  • Judith Uchidiuno, Jessica Hammer, +2 authors A. Ogan
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings of the Fourth (2017) ACM Conference on Learning @ Scale
  • Making MOOCs accessible to English Language Learners (ELLs) requires that students understand the language of instruction, and that instructional strategies address their unique learning challenges. Through the analysis of clickstream log data gathered from two MOOC courses deployed on Coursera, Introduction to Psychology and Statistical Thermodynamics, we show that ELL students exhibit distinct struggle behaviors in video portions without visual aids e.g., narrations without slides. Our… CONTINUE READING
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