Educational Analytics for….
1) Student Acquisition Optimization:
Improved success in recruiting of the most desirable student prospects through better analysis of their sentiment about the institution, better targeted information provided on the institution’s web site, and a better understanding of the potential student’s background and capabilities.
2) Student Course Major Selection:
Aligning a student’s passions with an appropriate major by analyzing the feelings that they express about their classes on social media and the amount of time they are dedicating to courses.
3) Student Performance:
Gaining an early understanding of the student’s work, social, sleep, and eating habits by measuring them in comparison to successful students can be a key to understanding early if a student is in trouble and needs corrective action.
4) Student Retention:
Understanding a student’s current sentiment about the institution and their instructors can help the institution take corrective action sooner that will enable retention of the student.
5) Student Progression:
Identifying “at risk” students who are not progressing towards graduation early in order to get them back on track. The cause of lack of adequate progression can be analyzed and addressed.
6) Teaching Effectiveness:
Understanding if lack of teaching effectiveness is a widely expressed sentiment about individual instructors can enable the institution to take corrective action faster. The institution can also reward those instructors who have widespread positive sentiment and successful students.