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Title: An Approach for a more Objective Evaluation of Practical Projects, Used in the Training Process
Authors: Delinov, Emil
Eskenazi, Avram
Keywords: Project Based Training
Evaluation Criteria
Analytic Hierarchy Process - AHP
Application of AHP
Aggregating Individual Judgments
Aggregating Individual Priorities
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
Citation: Serdica Journal of Computing, Vol. 8, No 4, (2014), 409p-432p
Abstract: Well–prepared, adaptive and sustainably developing specialists are an important competitive advantage, but also one of the main challenges for businesses. One option of the education system for creation and development of staff adequate to the needs is the development of pro jects with topics from real economy ("Practical Projects"). The objective assessment is an essential driver and motivator, and is based on a system of well-chosen, well-defined and specific criteria and indicators. An approach to a more objective evaluation of practical projects is finding more objective weights of the criteria. A natural and reasonable approach is the accumulation of opinions of proven experts and subsequent bringing out the weights from the accumulated data. The preparation and conduction of a survey among recognized experts in the field of project-based learning in mathematics, informatics and information technologies is described. The processing of the data accumulated by applying AHP, allowed us to objectively determine weights of evaluation criteria and hence to achieve the desired objectiveness. ACM Computing Classification System (1998): K.3.2.
ISSN: 1312-6555
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