Pre-recorded noninteractive online courses are monotonous. This solution will help the students to find teachers to learn any topics easily.
Tell us about your idea
In the Image, I've tried to show a design thinking canvas for my idea.
Pre-recorded courses sometimes become so monotonous. Students miss the realtime experience, communications, and feedbacks.
Hence, I'm coming up with this proposal:
Select a topic, search for the Teacher/Facilitator who is willing to teach that topic in realtime.
Or, request the topic that you want to learn; set a schedule.
To elaborate, the said platform would be a realtime collaboration between the learners and teachers. Anybody can teach/learn anything here (obviously maintaining the basic social core values).
Teachers/Facilitator may open some gigs, for example, "I will teach you about Mandelbrot Set"; meanwhile, students/learners would also be able to post their request, "I want to learn about Quine Programs"
Furthermore, individual subjects could also be mentioned here. Additionally, while talking to some awesome people here in the comment section, I was thinking to come up with the different levels of Teachers/Facilitators. Level 1/2/3/Pro/etc. This Leveling would help the students to distinguish between the good and average Teachers/Facilitators. Along with these, I want to add Gamification via rewarding Teachers/Facilitators/Students/Parents/users according to their performances.
On the other hand, I also want to give a chance to the Teachers/Facilitator to earn some remunerations. Also, I am also open to let them using the rewarding points to purchase some extra perks or something, for example, free membership for a certain amount of months/years from any renowned partnered-companies or others.
Overall, I really want to make the learning experience more interactive and fun. Giving the chance to everyone to meet new people, make a stronger network.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and what inspired you to share this idea.
I'm an undergraduate student, studying Computer Science. Meanwhile, working as a User Experience Designer. I've struggled a lot in my school life, to understand very silly topics! haha.
Therefore, I always feel like, it would be really great if anyone could learn anything from anyone from anywhere on any time, while just staying at home.