Influence of Self-efficacy Improvement on Online Learning Participation
Keywords:self-efficacy, online learning behaviors, learning participation, cluster analy-sis
More and more online learning apps are emerging, thanks to the development of Internet plus education and online learning platforms. Learning efficacy is the leading impactor of online learning participation. To avoid inefficiency and poor effect of online learning, it is necessary to explore the theory on the relationship between self-efficacy improvement and online learning participation. This paper examines the influence of self-efficacy improvement on online learning participation. Firstly, a general normal distribution map was drawn for self-efficacy. Then, a prediction model was established for participation based on the series of online learning behaviors. In addition, the k-means clustering (KMC) algorithm was optimized by information entropy, and the flow of the improved KMC was explained. The proposed model was proved valid through experiments.
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