TY - JOUR
AU - Zlatanovska, Biljana
AU - Kocaleva, Mirjana
AU - Krstev, Aleksandar
AU - Zdravev, Zoran
PY - 2016/09/29
TI - E - testing against classical testing in subject Mathematics
JF - Yearbook - Faculty of Computer Science; Vol 4 No 4 (2015): Yearbook 2015
KW -
N2 - In this paper we analyze the impact of the knowledge acquired from the previous mathematical education in correlation with knowledge gained from lectures and exercises in Mathematics. Analysis was based on a test. Testing is conducted on students of technical faculties. One part of these students are tested with electronic tests (e - students), and the other part are tested on classical way (c - students). Electronic testing is conducted on Moodle platform for e - learning. The testing covers three topics: integral, functions of several variables and differential equations. The collected data are treated with statistical processing and by results we conclude that c - students are weaker in terms of e - students. However both ways i.e. classical and electronic diverge each other and we cannot precisely define what results are less reliable.
UR - http://js.ugd.edu.mk/index.php/YFCS/article/view/1457