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Task- and non-task-specific factors classifying problem-solving experts and novices: Comparing students of the top ten high-performing eastern and western economies in PISA 2012
Jin,Songli; Cheung,Kwok Cheung; Sit,Pou Seong
2017-09-01
Source PublicationContemporary Educational Research Quarterly
ISSN18144810
Volume25Issue:3Pages:71-103
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to make use of the computergenerated log files to derive task-specific indicator variables of problem-solving processes of an exemplary problem task (TRAFFIC) to examine factors of relative importance and thereby classify and differentiate high-performing problem-solving experts from lowperforming problem-solving novices. Added to the task-specific indicators are non-task-specific variables collated from questionnaires administered in the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) 2012 study.
KeywordClassification and regression tree (CART) Educational data mining Log file PISA Problem solving
DOI10.6151/CERQ.2017.2503.03
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Language英语
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Corresponding AuthorJin,Songli
AffiliationFaculty of Education,University of Macau,,Macao,Macao
First Author AffilicationFaculty of Education
Corresponding Author AffilicationFaculty of Education
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Jin,Songli,Cheung,Kwok Cheung,Sit,Pou Seong. Task- and non-task-specific factors classifying problem-solving experts and novices: Comparing students of the top ten high-performing eastern and western economies in PISA 2012[J]. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly,2017,25(3):71-103.
APA Jin,Songli,Cheung,Kwok Cheung,&Sit,Pou Seong.(2017).Task- and non-task-specific factors classifying problem-solving experts and novices: Comparing students of the top ten high-performing eastern and western economies in PISA 2012.Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly,25(3),71-103.
MLA Jin,Songli,et al."Task- and non-task-specific factors classifying problem-solving experts and novices: Comparing students of the top ten high-performing eastern and western economies in PISA 2012".Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly 25.3(2017):71-103.
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