Publisher : Korean Data and Information Science Society
DOI : 10.7465/jkdi.2016.27.4.887
Title & Authors
A study on the improvement of academic achievement of probability and statistics in the hardware curriculum Lee, Seung-Woo;
The purpose of this study is to improve the learning ability of probability/statistics for H/W majors. Firstly, we developed a teaching method coupling probability/statistics with programming and multimedia signal processing courses that are opened in the H/W major curriculum. By use of its teaching-learning, we tried to verify the effectiveness on the improvement of learner's academic achievement and then analyze its educational efficiency through the regression analysis. Secondly, by analyzing the surveys and the statistical results of the education cases, we proposed a management plan on efficient teaching-learning in order to cultivate the learning ability of probability/statistics at a future time. Lastly, we concluded that probability/statistics is a required course of learners so as to contribute for the advanced technical development and the enhanced competitiveness in the field of the H/W.
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