JUCS - Journal of Universal Computer Science 28(9): 898-915, doi: 10.3897/jucs.94160
English Teaching in Artificial Intelligence-based Higher Vocational Education Using Machine Learning Techniques for Students’ Feedback Analysis and Course Selection Recommendation
expand article infoXin Ma
‡ School of Foreign Languages, Zhengzhou Normal University, Zhengzhou, China
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Higher vocational education is a self-contained method of higher education that is aligned with global productivity and economic development. Its goal is to develop talented workers who contribute significantly to the economy and industry. Teaching analysis, teaching strategy, teaching practice, and assessment are all part of the course design process in high vocational education. Teaching assessment is one of the most effective methods for improving the quality of course teaching among teaching processes. This research proposes novel techniques in English teaching based on artificial intelligence for course selection based on students' feedback. Here, the dataset has been collected based on the students’ feedback on courses for Higher Vocational Education in English teaching. This dataset has been processed to remove invalid data, missing values, and noise. The processed data features have been dimensionality reduction integrated with K-means neural network. And the extracted features have been classified with higher accuracy using recursive elimination-based convolutional neural network. Based on this feedback data classification, recommendation for courses in Higher Vocational Education in English teaching has been suggested. The experimental analysis shows various students' feedback dataset validation and training in terms of accuracy of 96%, precision of 92%, recall of 93%, RMSE of 68%, and computational time of 65%.

Higher vocational education, artificial intelligence, course selection, students’ feedback, English teaching