ELearning System for Math using PHP, MySQL and Bootstrap
Dutton (2011) stated “E-learning Theory and Practice E-learning Theory and Practice the authors set out different perspectives on e-learning. The book deals with the social implications of e-learning, its transformative effects, and the social and technical interplay that supports and directs e-learning. The authors present new perspectives on the subject by: Exploring the way teaching and learning are changing with the presence of the Internet and participatory media Providing a theoretical grounding in new learning practices from education, communication and information science Addressing e-learning in terms of existing learning theories, emerging online learning theories, new literacy’s, social networks, social worlds, community and virtual communities, and online resources emphasizing the impact of everyday electronic practices on learning, literacy and the classroom, locally and globally.”
McGill (2012) stated “Learning management systems (LMSs) are very widely used in higher education. However, much of the research on LMSs has had a technology focus or has been limited to studies of adoption. In order to take advantage of the potential associated with LMSs, research that addresses the role of LMSs in learning success is needed. Task–technology fit is one factor that has been shown to influence both the use of information systems and their performance impacts. The study described in this paper used the technology-to-performance chain as a framework to address the question of how task–technology fit influences the performance impacts of LMSs. The results provide strong support for the importance of task–technology fit, which influenced perceived impact on learning both directly and indirectly via level of utilization. Whilst task–technology fit had a strong influence on perceived impact of the LMS on learning it only had a weak impact on outcomes in terms of student grades. Contrary to expectations, facilitating conditions and common social norms did not play a role in the performance impacts of LMSs. However, instructor norms had a significant effect on perceived impact on learning via LMS utilization.”
System Modules and User Interface
ELearning System for Math Home Page – the landing page of this web project serves as the homepage of elearning system for math. The image below shows the homepage of the system.
ELearning System for Math Dashboard Page – the dashboard of the system can only be accessed by the teacher and administrator. In the dashboard (image below), it shows the statistics overview of the system (number of lessons, number of users, number of students, etc.).
ELearning System for Math Encoding of Lectures and Lessons – the teachers are allowed to post their lessons on the platform. The image below shows the page where the teacher can encode and upload their lessons.
ELearning System for Math Encoding of Quiz and Questions – after the teacher has posted/uploaded the lessons, the teacher can now add quiz/questions for those lessons. The image below shows the encoding page for quiz and questions in a form of multiple type of test.
ELearning System for Math Student Registration Page – students of the class must be encoded in the system for them to gain access to the elearning project. The list of student’s page is shown in the image below.
ELearning System for Math Student Score Archive Page – scores of students from their quizzes/tests is recorded and can be seen by the teacher in this page. It is now easier for the teacher to monitor the progress of their students.
ELearning System for Math Student Home Page – the student must input and enter their respective id number to gain access to the elearning system. The homepage of the students’ contains links to the lessons and results of their quizzes and tests.
ELearning System for Math Student View Lesson Page – lessons and lectures uploaded by the teacher can be seen by the students on this page/module of the elearning system. The image shown below is the page where the list of lessons can be viewed by the students.
ELearning System for Math Student Quiz Page – every lesson/lecture contains links to their respective sets of quizzes and test. The image below shows the multiple choice type of exam for the elearning system.
ELearning System for Math Student Quiz Result Page – after every test, a result will automatically generate and will be recorded by the elearning system. The image below shows the result page of students’ quiz.
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