A Framework for Implementation of E-Classroom System

Abstract

E-learning systems are increasingly being developed to replace traditional ways of teaching and learning. Studies have shown that technology can be used to create more powerful learning and teaching opportunities over and above traditional systems. Despite these promising technologies of the 21st century, many places of teaching and learning are yet to attain the minimal educational value. In this paper, we proposed a conceptual framework that describes the design and implementation of an ultimate computerized classroom that uses technology to its fullest to enhance educational experience. The framework can likely improve the learning process, enhance students’ performances, and increase students’ interest in education. It can also be used to coordinate and manipulate classroom utilities, manage students’ attendance and educational contents. In addition, the paper described the objectives and implementation considerations for the realization of e-learning full potentials. This is followed by an explanation of the design and implementation details of the three (3) modules that make the system namely; e-register module, e-control module and e-board module. Benefits of the system are explained and the paper review how technology can be incorporated in school education to provide students with the skills needed for the 21st century

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Int. J. ICT Mgt
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