Lesson Sender

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A short presentation of a program I developed to supplement my resume. Lesson Sender helps teachers automate the creation, maintenance, and sending of lesson reviews for language students.For those into technology, it was developed in Java and uses XML, XSLT, CSS, XHTML, and the MySQL database.

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Lesson Sender

  1. 1. Lesson Sender by Pawel Mrozik http://lnkd.in/bDYDqve pmrozik.wordpress.com www.edutainment.pl @pmrozik
  2. 2. The Goal The goal was to provide students with a more personalized lesson experience and improve retention at the same time.
  3. 3. What Lesson Sender Does ● Stores student data ● Saves the agenda, vocabulary, phrases, mistakes, and homework to a database ● Generates and e-mails lesson reviews to students
  4. 4. What Students Get
  5. 5. Advantages ● Students can easily go back and review previously covered material ● A full lesson history lets teachers know what was covered and when ● Creates added value for every language teacher ● Database data storage creates endless possibilities
  6. 6. The Future Lesson Sender was an experimental project. I used it to practice my programming skills and wanted to automate the generation of lesson reviews. It took about eight months for me to complete while working full time. The project has now been superseded by Lesson Manager, which brings a myriad of new functions and possibilities along with a new database schema and engine.
  7. 7. Final Notes There are two ways to bring us all closer together. 1. 2. We all have to learn and speak the same language. It would be wise to use technology to support teachers and students We have to improve translation technology and processes Either way, it’s an exciting time, and I’d like to be a part of it.
  8. 8. Do you know anyone who’s hiring? Please your feedback, questions, suggestions, and comments to pmrozik@gmail.com http://lnkd.in/bDYDqve pmrozik.wordpress.com Thank you for your time. @pmrozik

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