A proposed model for the students’ perceived satisfaction in the computer architecture Course

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ICORES 2017 - Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Operations Research and Enterprise Systems
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Soares J.F.M.
Kurihara T.
Raunheitte L.T.M.
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Copyright © 2017 by SCITEPRESS – Science and Technology Publications, Lda. All rights reserved.This paper presents a study with the preliminary results of an exploratory research to study the possibility of adapting the Perceived Satisfaction model proposed by Oliver (1997) into a model involving the Student Perceived Satisfaction in the Computer Architecture course, where practical classes were conducted using the Marie CPU simulator as a mechanism of active learning practice. This model seeks to represent the student satisfaction in relation to three latent variables: Equity, Performance and Expectations, where the data processing is performed by applying the correlations technique with the Spearman coefficient. The main goal was to find the correlations regarding the student satisfaction with respect to the use of Marie CPU Simulator as an active learning practice in the Computer Architecture course. The components of these variables, in principle, precede the student satisfaction and allow for the identification of those that are the most relevant to determine this response.
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Active Learning , Computer architecture course , Exploratory research , Latent variable , Satisfaction model , Student satisfaction