DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL FOR IMPLEMENTING A CASE METHOD FOR INTERACTIVE STUDY PROCESS MANAGEMENT MONITORING

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https://doi.org/10.37943/16TOVY6654

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keyword, base dictionary , reference word , induction step , tree model

Abstract

The importance of this research topic lies in the need to gather, store, analyze and disseminate accurate information on the management status of educational institutions to guarantee the provision of quality educational services. This is particularly crucial in the current trend towards digitalizing educational work and utilizing the internet to facilitate practical management tasks. The study aims to construct a case method model to supervise educational process management outcomes. For that purpose, the study scrutinises the implementation methodologies of existing case models to monitor and analyse the situation without human intervention. Also, the investigation entails creating an implementation algorithm and a simulation model of an interactive case method to monitor educational activities. The formalized logical-semantic apparatus is used to address the research problems. The algorithm development and simulation modeling enabled correlation of the obtained answer with the assigned task, automating the results output. Generating answers in the case method involves considering rules based on the base word, answer keywords, and constraints (true/false). These elements are part of the thesaurus specific to the survey domain and are included in the test's base vocabulary. To test an answer against a question, each inductive step is viewed through a logical formula. Logical statements such as conjunction, disjunction, logical negation, implication, and equivalence are represented by formulas. This method enables the evaluation of the respondent's answer based on the nodes within the statement tree integrated into the test. The progression from the initial word to the node-connection generates an automated assessment of individual educational process management standards. This study enables the enhancement of automated monitoring capabilities for the University's educational process results. The research suggests the potential for developing models and algorithms to form question sets and enable individualized assessments based on the respondent's performance. As a consequence, the devised algorithm and simulation model for the interactive case approach are showcased.  During the testing, the key words and example words were compared with the responses of the participants and specific results were obtained. Additional case vocabulary terms need to be added to address the limitations encountered during the model testing and the testing period.

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2023-11-14

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Zunimova, G., Soltan, G., Likhacheuski, D., Ismailova, A., & Issayeva, N. (2023). DEVELOPMENT OF A MODEL FOR IMPLEMENTING A CASE METHOD FOR INTERACTIVE STUDY PROCESS MANAGEMENT MONITORING. Scientific Journal of Astana IT University, 16(16). https://doi.org/10.37943/16TOVY6654

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