E-Learning

True that the number of teacher today are not enough to teach the number of kids . For example even in India there is often 1 teacher for a class of 60 students in one subject. Also the experience and output of learning from a human teacher cannot be ever replaced by a software or ebook or application no matter how user-friendly or informative it is .

In this post I am going to describe an e-learning platform which harness the power of Internet for the purpose of distance education and where students around the world volunteer to teach each other any subject they wish to. This will be made possible through a combination of real time communication technologies like WebRTC and plethora of knowledge repositories.

Aim :

Platform to connect volunteers ( children ) teach each other a subject in a stipulated time through Web based Real Time Communication.

Working :

A student enrolls himself for a subject or a course it could be anything from arithmetic to french language . Another student who know French language for example find this in portal and sign up to be teacher for that child. They can anytime connect with each other in audio , video , message , file sharing , screen sharing session through WebRTC and learn the subject. The students earn reward points .

e-leaning service on WebRTC

e-leaning service on WebRTC

Technologies  :

  • WebRTC for communication
  • MySQL for data storage
  • Apache Tomcat as Webserver
  • HTML5
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

Conclusion :

By encouraging a child to take responsibility and teach another child , we will not only encourage friendship between them but also give them a sense of accomplishment .


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