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Title: Platform for supplementing mathematics tuition at secondary school level
Authors: Huang, ZhenQun
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: E-Learning is an integral part of the teaching and learning methodology nowadays. With the advanced development of the e-learning system, online learning platforms with customizing features and functions are generated and quickly adapted to meet the requirements of the growing users. These help to save the time and money for users and it is a convenient and popular way to learn in recent years. Web-Based Learning Management Systems(LMS) software products are widely developed for academic/education. There are quite a few LMSs in the market. The efficiency and more user-friendly platform is the main concern that been kept in mind throughout the developing this project. Compared to product reviews and features, Moodle (Module Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment) is the choice chosen for this project. This project is to develop an efficient and automated online learning platform for supplementing mathematics tuition at the secondary school level to help the student learn smarter and achieve better academic performance in school. It is to provide a simple and easier way for students to continue learning math with a better experience base in their self-directed and self-paced environment. This report describes the entire cycle of the platform development. It starts with the introduction of the project. It includes the motivation, objective, and the research of the relevant literature review in this report. System implementation including the Moodle installation steps and related Moodle features developed are listed. This platform will include those learning resource, such as course material, recorded lecture and live lecturing and provide related topic exercises, quizzes, assignments, revisions to catering for secondary school students. After that, this report also shows the system testing methodologies: functional and non-functional testing. Finally, at the end of this report, conclusion, and recommendation will be discussed for future works.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/75312
Schools: School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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