RU188923U1 - A device that implements the functions of the system for assessing the activity of students in the educational process - Google Patents

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RU188923U1
RU188923U1 RU2018138416U RU2018138416U RU188923U1 RU 188923 U1 RU188923 U1 RU 188923U1 RU 2018138416 U RU2018138416 U RU 2018138416U RU 2018138416 U RU2018138416 U RU 2018138416U RU 188923 U1 RU188923 U1 RU 188923U1
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The utility model relates to computing used for information processing. The technical result is to improve the efficiency of the educational process and the quality of learning. The device contains a master of the number of points scored by students as a result of testing, a master of the maximum number of points, a master of the number of completed test tasks, a master of the total number of test tasks, a master of the number of tasks performed independently an adder, a first subtractor, a unit for determining the modulus of a number, a unit generator of a single signal, a second subtractor, a signal master, a display unit, and information 1 il.

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The utility model refers to a computing technique used to process information that includes a number of components used to evaluate an aspect, for example, the activity of students in the educational process.

A device is known that implements the functions of an expert system for evaluating the effectiveness of teaching methods [1], which contains a unit for the number of students, a unit for the number of sections of a course, a unit for the maximum number of students, a unit for the duration of a course, a unit for the maximum amount of time allotted for a course, unit for entering test results, block for entering test parameters, matrix multiplication unit, first divider, matrix multiplication unit by number, adder, second divider, multiplier, third divider, the fourth divider, unit regulator of the standard value of the teaching efficiency ratio, comparing device, unit generator of a single signal, information display unit. The disadvantage of the device is that the known device [1] does not take into account the components of the activity of students, such as emotional and volitional, as well as the component of the objectivity of self-esteem.

Closest to the claimed utility model is a device for assessing the activity of students in the educational process, containing input registers, division units, adders, output register, display unit, clock generator and pulse distributor [2]. The known device [2] is designed to assess the activity of students in the learning process. The disadvantage of this device is the inability to adequately assess the level of activity of the student, because the value of the indicator exceeds a single value. Also, a drawback of the device is a significant distortion of the value of the activity of the trainees, to which the consideration of the reflexive component (self-esteem) results by summing it up with the rest.

The purpose of the utility model is to increase the efficiency of the educational process and the quality of learning.

The goal is achieved by the fact that the proposed device contains a master of the number of points scored by the student as a result of testing, a master of the maximum number of points, a master of the number of completed tasks for the test, a master of the total number of tasks for a test, a master of the number of tasks performed independently, a master of the number of self-assessment points , first divider, second divider, third divider, fourth divider, fifth divider, adder, first subtractor, second in The reader, the unit for determining the modulus of a number, the unit for displaying information, the unit master of a single signal, the unit master of a signal corresponding to the number four.

The activity of trainees in the educational process is a complex indicator and includes: the cognitive component (knowledge assessment), the emotional component (attitude to the task), the volitional component (trainee's actions) and the reflexive component (self-assessment). The cognitive component P is determined by the formula:

Figure 00000001

where S is the number of points scored by the student as a result of testing, S max is the maximum number of points.

The emotional component E is determined by the formula:

Figure 00000002

where N is the number of completed test tasks, N max is the total number of test tasks.

The will component V is determined by the formula:

Figure 00000003

where C is the number of tasks performed independently.

The reflective component is determined by the formula:

Figure 00000004

where Q is the number of self-assessment points, Q max is the maximum number of self-assessment points.

Since self-assessment is a subjective component, it is advisable to use a component of the objective self-assessment, which is determined by the formula:

M = 1- / R-P /.

The activity of students in the educational process is normalized in the range from 0 to 1 and is determined by the formula:

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FIG. depicts a structural diagram of the utility model.

The proposed device contains a unit of the number of points scored by the student as a result of testing 1, unit master of the maximum number of points 2, unit master of the number of completed tasks for test 3, unit master of the total number of tasks for test 4, unit master of the number of tasks performed independently 5, unit master of the number of points of self-assessment 6, unit master of the maximum number of points self-assessment 7, the first divider 8, the second divider 9, the third divider 10, the fourth divider 11, the adder 12, the first subtracter 13, the unit determining the module number 14, adatchik signal unit 15, the second subtracter 16, the dial signal corresponding to the number of four 17, the fifth divider 18, a display unit 19 information.

All blocks can be made in the form of files stored in a computer, supplied with the appropriate software.

The device works as follows.

From the output of the dial of the number of points scored by the student as a result of testing 1, the signal is fed to the first input of the first divider 8, to the second input of which a signal is sent from the output of the master of the maximum number of points 2. The output of the first divider 8 generates a signal corresponding to the value of the cognitive component P. From the output of the dial the number of completed tasks of test 3, the signal is fed to the first input of the second divider 9, the second input of which receives a signal from the output of the setpoint generator of the total number of tasks of test 4. The second divider generates a signal corresponding to the size of the emotional component E. From the output of the setpoint generator, the number of tasks performed by the 5th signal is fed to the first input of the third divider 10, the second input of which receives a signal from the output of the setpoint generator of the total number of test 4 tasks. corresponding to the volitional component V. From the output of the unit of the number of points of self-assessment 6, the signal arrives at the first input of the fourth divider 11, the second input of which receives the signal from the output of the setpoint generator, the maximum number of self-assessment points is 7. At the output of the fourth divider 11, a signal is generated corresponding to the reflexive component R. The signal from the output of the fourth divider 11 is fed to the first input of the first subtractor 13, the second input of which receives a signal from the output of the first divider 8. the output of the first subtracter 13 generates a signal corresponding to the difference in the values of the reflexive and cognitive components, which is fed to the input of the block for determining the module of the number 14, the output of which forms The signal corresponding to the module of the difference between the reflexive and cognitive components arrives at the second input of the second subtractor 16, the first input of which receives a signal from the output of the unit of the single signal. At the output of the second subtractor 16, a signal is generated corresponding to the component of the objectivity of the self-assessment M, which arrives at the fourth input of the adder 12, the first input of which receives a signal from the first divider 8, the second input of the adder 12 receives the signal from the output of the second divider 9, and the third input of the adder 12 receives a signal from the output of the third divider 10. At the output of the adder 12, a signal is formed corresponding to the sum of the cognitive component P, the emotional component E, the volitional component V and the component objectivity ca Evaluation M, which is fed to the first input of the fifth divider 18, the second input of which receives a signal from the output of the signal generator corresponding to the number four 17. The output of the fifth divider 18 generates a signal corresponding to the activity of students in the educational process, which is input to the display unit nineteen.

List of sources used.

1. A device that implements the functions of an expert system for assessing the effectiveness of teaching methods: Pat. 177622 Ros. Federation: IPC 51 G06F 15/00 / A.N. Ivlev, O.V. Ternovskaya; Applicants and patent holders: AN Ivlev, OV Ternovskaya - №2017115102; declare 04/27/2017; publ. 03/02/18, Bull. No. 7.-5 with: Il.

2. A device for assessing the indicator of activity of trainees in the educational process: Pat. 2369900 Ros. Federation: IPC 51 G06F 17/18, G06Q 90/00 / A.A. Burba, MF Leontiev, V.P. Odintsova, N.V. Shmelev; Applicants and patent holders A.A. Burba, MF Leontiev, V.P. Odintsova, N.V. Shmeleva - №2008110544 / 09; declare March 21, 2008; publ. 10.10.2009; Bul №28. - 5 s: il.

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  1. A device that implements the functions of the trainees activity assessment system in the educational process, containing a master of the number of points scored by a student as a result of testing, connected to the first input of the first divider, the second input of which is connected to the output of the master of the maximum number of points, the master of the total number of test tasks, the output of which is connected with the second input of the third divider and the second input of the second divider, the first input of which is connected to the output of the master of the number of completed tasks of the test, master of the test the number of tasks performed independently, the output of which is connected to the first input of the third divider, the output of which is connected to the third input of the adder, the first input of which is connected to the output of the first divider, and the second input is connected to the output of the second divider, the setpoint of the number of self-assessment points, the output of which is connected to the first input of the fourth divider, the second input of which is connected to the output of the setter of the maximum number of self-assessment points, the information display unit, characterized in that it contains the first subtracter, The first input of which is connected to the output of the fourth divider, the second input is connected to the output of the first divider, and the output is connected to the input of the module determining the number of the module, the output of which is connected to the second input of the second subtractor, the first input of which is connected to the output of the unit single signal, and the output is connected to the fourth input of the adder, the output of which is connected to the first input of the fifth divider, the second input of which is connected to the output of the signal setter corresponding to the number four, and the output connected to the input of the info display unit rmacii.
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