Disruptive Implications of Algorithmic Scoring in Cloud Ops for Education

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Abstract: In the era of digital transformation, algorithmic scoring has become increasingly prevalent in educational assessment, particularly in the realm of cloud-based operations (cloud ops). This study examines the disruptive implications of algorithmic scoring on traditional educational practices, pedagogies, and learning outcomes. Through a mixed-methods approach, we investigate how the implementation of algorithmic scoring systems in cloud ops environments impacts student assessment, teacher evaluation, and educational decision-making processes. The study also explores the ethical considerations and potential biases associated with automated scoring algorithms, shedding light on the need for transparency and accountability in algorithmic decision-making in education. Furthermore, this research elucidates how algorithmic scoring in cloud ops can shape educational policies, practices, and the broader landscape of teaching and learning.

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