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'Hi There!' will connect students and teachers so that they can interact in a more friendly way and make education more fun. The power of social media, statistics of students and teachers performance will be used to connect students and teachers in a smarter and a more friendly way.
Let's explore how it will work
["This example is fictitious. It is intended to explain the project idea. Any similarity to any person is merely coincidental."]
Johny and Alice are good friends and they go to Spring High School. Mike is a physics teacher at the same school.
Joe and John are good friends and they go to K High School. Paul is a physics teacher at the same school.
Spring and K High School share the same curriculum and students appear at the same examinations because they are in the same school district.
Physics paper has three sections designated as 'Motion', 'Optics' and 'Electromagnetics'. The grades of students are as follows:
Our application will analyze the above data, make correlations and propose a smart solution to address the issue.
These days most of the students use some kind of social media. Facebook is very popular among high school kids. Johny gets a notification from Facebook that his good friend Alice might be able to assist him on the Optics section. Johny decides to get help with the Optics section from Alice. His physics teacher is notified about this and Johny is made aware that his teacher knows that he is interested to improve upon the Optics section. Johny gets an opportunity from his Physics teacher to attend an extra credit test to boost his grade.
Mike is notified that his students are not doing so well on Electromagnetics. He is notified that Paul might be able to assist him to address the issue. Mike collaborates with Paul to improve his teaching techniques on the Electromagnetics section.
Note: This is just one aspect. There are many other features of this project that will make the learning process more effective.