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A Personalized Learning Approach based on Learning Speed

Hicham Aberbach1, Adil Jeghal1, Abdelouahed Sabri1, Hamid Tairi1 and Loubna Laaouina1
  • 1 University of Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Morocco
Journal of Computer Science
Volume 17 No. 3, 2021, 242-250

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/jcssp.2021.242.250

Submitted On: 27 December 2020 Published On: 5 April 2021

How to Cite: Aberbach, H., Jeghal, A., Sabri, A., Tairi, H. & Laaouina, L. (2021). A Personalized Learning Approach based on Learning Speed. Journal of Computer Science, 17(3), 242-250. https://doi.org/10.3844/jcssp.2021.242.250

Abstract

This learning is a process composed of several mechanisms oriented towards the acquisition of certain knowledge, whose actors are called learner and teacher, to improve the effectiveness and usefulness of learning we need to personalize the knowledge, skills and behaviors that allow for a change to a mode of education that gives diverse learning choices to the learners, where the experience is tailored to the learning preferences, specific interests and needs of each learner, we are talking here about personalized learning or adaptive learning, The best criterion that emphasizes personalized or adaptive learning is that it is valid for all levels of education. This includes students from Grade 1 through to adults studying for their career assessments, our work consists in proposing a new method of learning personalization in order to affect the learner towards the content that is appropriate to him, this method is based on the one hand, on the calculation of the learning speeds and on the other hand on the estimation of the average of these velocities using the Markov decision process. The result presented at the Test and result section shows the importance, the quality and the positive impact of this method compared to the other existing.

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Keywords

  • Learning
  • Process
  • Adaptive Learning
  • Personalized Learning Personalization
  • Method
  • Learning Speed
  • Markov Decision Process