What is the benefit of this embedded or in-process assessment? If you were a faculty member, what would your concerns be with using learning analytics in your classroom?

Topic: Examine the Pros and Cons of E-learning Platforms and Learning Analytics

Using your readings in this course and any additional scholarly literature you may find, address the following arguments/statements and positions regarding learning analytics as succinctly as possible.

For this assignment, respond to the following arguments/statements with a thoughtful, well-prepared response.

Learning analytics is said to dehumanize the educational experience. Numbers aren’t enough to dictate what to do. Learning analytics is a “big brother” mentality, welcomed by some and threating to others.

Analytics is used for profiling, and that will bias people’s expectations and behaviors. If learning analytics is used in eLearning environments, online instructors will be expected to become skilled analysts.

If learning analytics are used in eLearning environments, the assessment of learning shifts from final outcomes assessment to in-process assessment, also called embedded assessment.

Does this mean we don’t care about final outcome assessment?

What is the benefit of this embedded or in-process assessment?

Isn’t this just more work for the teacher?

If you were a faculty member, what would your concerns be with using learning analytics in your classroom? https://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/22/education/edlife/colleges-awakening-to-the-opportunities-of-data-mining.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0

What is the benefit of this embedded or in-process assessment? If you were a faculty member, what would your concerns be with using learning analytics in your classroom?