Bayesian Model Average for Student Learning Location
Keywords:Bayesian Model Selection, Students' perception, Price perception, perception of university, city, student, learning location
The paper was conducted to understand the factors affecting the student’s learning location. The official study carried out an online survey through Google forms using a questionnaire with the participation of 125 samples. The Bayesian Model Selection shows that 03 factors are affecting student studying location (SSL), which are Students’ perception (PP), Price perception (PRI), Perception of universities in a big city (UNI). From the results, we have proposed many implications for improving student learning. This study uses the optimal choice of Bayesian Model Selection for the student learning location. Students’ perceptions (PP), price perceptions (PRI), and university perceptions in big cities (UNI) all have a 97.1 percent impact on student studying places (SSL). Model 1 is the best option by BIC, and four variables have a probability of 100%.
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