TWI450230B - Synchronized teaching system - Google Patents

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TWI450230B
TWI450230B TW101118256A TW101118256A TWI450230B TW I450230 B TWI450230 B TW I450230B TW 101118256 A TW101118256 A TW 101118256A TW 101118256 A TW101118256 A TW 101118256A TW I450230 B TWI450230 B TW I450230B
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Synchronous teaching system

The present invention relates to a teaching system, and more particularly to a synchronous teaching system in which a teaching process is divided into multiple tracks and transmitted simultaneously so that a learner can clearly and simultaneously view the teaching process.

In the past, when you wanted to study a variety of courses, in addition to the learners self-study through books or related information, the more effective way is to let the learners take the courses of the school or the cram school, and teach them in person through face-to-face conversations. To enhance the language ability of learners. In recent years, with the rapid development of network technology, the network transmission speed has increased significantly. Therefore, the use of the Internet to learn language teaching has begun to facilitate learners to learn. At home or other places, learners can download the course instructional videos pre-recorded by the instructors through the Internet, or use some software with video functions to conduct two or more conversations to achieve learning results.

In the manner described above, learners are not limited to time and place to learn relevant language courses. However, watching pre-videos is like a self-study method of reading books. At present, the functions provided by video software are limited, and there is still a big gap between the results that can be achieved by teachers in person. In addition, the simultaneous use of video recording methods is often caused by the resolution or bandwidth problem, which makes it impossible for learners to clearly and instantly receive information transmitted by the teaching terminal.

In view of this, how to design an ideal synchronous teaching system can achieve instant clarity The effect of the transmission of the teaching process to solve the current synchronous teaching system, the learner can not immediately and clearly see the teaching process, has become an urgent issue in the market application. Therefore, the inventors of the present invention have thought about and designed a synchronous teaching system to improve the lack of the prior art, thereby enhancing the implementation and utilization of the industry.

In view of the above-mentioned problems of the prior art, one of the objects of the present invention is to provide a synchronous teaching system to solve the problem that the teaching picture cannot be clearly transmitted at present, and the instant transmission cannot be effectively achieved.

According to an aspect of the present invention, a synchronous teaching system is provided, comprising: a teaching end and at least one learning end. The teaching end includes: an electronic whiteboard, a processing module and an encoding module. The electronic whiteboard provides a teacher to write and manipulate a plurality of teaching objects. The processing module stores each teaching object, one of the teacher's voice information, an operation information and a time information as a teaching information. The coding module encodes the teaching information to form a coded teaching information, and transmits the coded teaching information in real time through a first transmission module. At least one learning end is connected to the teaching end, and includes: a second transmission module and a decoding module. The second transmission module receives the encoded teaching information. The decoding module decodes the coded teaching information so that a learner can synchronously learn the teaching of the teacher on the teaching end.

Preferably, the encoding module can encode the teaching information by using Digital Rights Management (DRM).

Preferably, the encoding module can write the teaching information for a period of time to limit the duration of the at least one learning end using the encoded teaching information.

Preferably, the synchronous teaching system further includes a server, and the server includes a servo resource. The library, the teaching end is connected to the servo end, and the teaching objects operated by the teaching end are transmitted to the servo database.

Preferably, at least one learning end can connect the server to download the teaching objects before connecting the teaching end, and then connect the teaching end to download another coding teaching information in real time, and at least one learning end merges the teaching objects with Another coding teaching information, in order to synchronously learn the teaching of the teaching side.

Preferably, another coded teaching information may include voice information, operation information, and time information.

Preferably, the teaching end further includes a verification module, and when at least one learning end is connected to the teaching end, the verification module is used to verify the usage right of one of the at least one learning end.

Preferably, the teaching end can connect at least one supply end to download some teaching objects, and each teaching object includes a supply period.

Preferably, when the supply period of one of the teaching objects expires, the teaching end cannot perform related operations on the teaching object, and the teaching end can extend the supply period by a payment mechanism.

Preferably, the encoded teaching information can be transmitted using Streaming media.

As described above, the synchronous teaching system according to the present invention may have one or more of the following advantages:

(1) The synchronous teaching system records the voice, operation movement, operation teaching object and time axis of the teacher immediately, and then transmits them to the learning end at the same time to achieve the purpose of instant synchronous teaching.

(2) This synchronous teaching system uses the coding module to encode the teaching information of the instant recording to protect the teaching information of the instructor, and at the same time prevent the pirated copy of the interested person.

1‧‧‧Synchronous teaching system

10‧‧‧Teaching end

11‧‧‧Whiteboard

111‧‧‧ Teaching objects

112‧‧‧Voice Information

113‧‧‧Operational information

114‧‧‧Time Information

12‧‧‧Processing module

121‧‧‧Teaching Information

13‧‧‧Code Module

131‧‧‧ Coded teaching information

1311‧‧‧Usage period

14‧‧‧First transmission module

15‧‧‧Teaching database

16‧‧‧ verification module

161‧‧‧Access rights

20‧‧‧Learning

21‧‧‧Second transmission module

22‧‧‧Decoding module

30‧‧‧Server

31‧‧‧Server database

40‧‧‧Supply

41‧‧‧Supply period

Figure 1 is a block diagram of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention.

Figure 2 is a block diagram of a first embodiment of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention.

Figure 3 is a schematic diagram of a first embodiment of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention.

Figure 4 is a block diagram of a second embodiment of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention.

Figure 5 is a schematic diagram of a second embodiment of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention.

The technical features, contents, and advantages of the present invention, as well as the advantages thereof, can be understood by the present inventors, and the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. The subject matter is only for the purpose of illustration and description. It is not intended to be a true proportion and precise configuration after the implementation of the present invention. Therefore, the scope and configuration relationship of the attached drawings should not be interpreted or limited. First described.

Please refer to FIG. 1 , which is a block diagram of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention. As shown in the figure, the synchronous teaching system 1 includes: a teaching terminal 10 and a learning terminal 20. The teaching end 10 and the learning end 20 can be interconnected by using an internet or a wireless communication system to transmit information to each other. The teaching terminal 10 includes an electronic whiteboard 11, a processing module 12, an encoding module 13, and a first transmission module 14. The learning terminal 20 includes: a second transmission module 21 and a decoding module 22. The electronic whiteboard 11 provides a teacher's writing, and the instructor can operate a plurality of teaching objects 111 on the electronic whiteboard 11. In the teaching process of the educator, the processing module 12 will each of the operated teaching objects 111, one of the instructors of the voice information 112. An operation information 113 and a time information 114 are stored as a teaching information 121. The encoding module 13 encodes the teaching information 121 to form a coded teaching information 131, and transmits the encoded teaching information 131 to at least one learning end 20 through a first transmission module 14. At least one learning terminal 20 connects the teaching terminal 10 to include a second transmission module 21 and a decoding module 22. The second transmission module 21 receives the encoded teaching information 131. The decoding module 22 decodes the encoded teaching information 131 to enable a learner to learn synchronously with the teaching terminal 10.

Specifically, when the teaching terminal 10 uses the electronic whiteboard 11 to perform teaching, the processing module 12 of the teaching terminal 10 divides the teaching process of the teachinger into four parts and records them simultaneously, and the four major parts are respectively used by the teaching staff. The object 111, the voice of the teacher (voice information 112), the writing track of the teacher on the electronic whiteboard 11 or the action of operating the teaching object 111 (operation information 113) and the time information 114 are stored as a teaching information 121. . Subsequently, the teaching information 121 is encoded by the encoding module 13 to form a coded teaching information 131. After the learning terminal 20 is connected to the teaching terminal 10, the teaching terminal 10 transmits the encoded teaching information 131 to the learning terminal 20 through the first transmission module 14, and the learning terminal 20 receives the encoded teaching information 131 by using the second transmission module 21, and The decoding module 22 is used for decoding, thereby achieving the effect of synchronous teaching.

Please refer to Figure 2 and Figure 3 together. 2 is a block diagram of a first embodiment of a synchronous teaching system of the present invention; and FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram of a first embodiment of a synchronous teaching system of the present invention. As shown in the figure, the synchronous teaching system 1 includes: a teaching terminal 10, a learning terminal 20, and a server terminal 30. The teaching terminal 10 includes an electronic whiteboard 11, a processing module 12, an encoding module 13, a first transmission module 14, and a teaching database 15. The learning terminal 20 includes: a second transmission module 21 and a decoding module 22. The servo terminal 30 includes a servo database 31. Wherein, the learning terminal 20 can be a personal computer; The server 30 can be a cloud database. The electronic whiteboard 11 of the teaching terminal 10 can provide the teacher to write and operate a plurality of teaching objects 111. When the teacher teaches at the teaching end 10, the processing module 12 immediately records the teaching object 111 used in the teaching process, the voice information 112 of the teacher, the operation information 113 of the teacher in the electronic whiteboard 111, and a time information 114. And convert it into a teaching information 121. Subsequently, the encoding module 13 encodes the teaching information 121 to form a coded teaching information 131 and stores it in the teaching database 15. The encoding module 13 writes a usage period 1311 when encoding the teaching information 121. The encoding module 13 encodes the teaching information 121 by using a Digital Rights Management (DRM) method. When the learning terminal 20 is connected to the teaching terminal 10, the teaching terminal 10 transmits the encoded teaching information 131 in the teaching database 15 to the learning terminal 20 via the first transmission module 14, and the learning terminal 20 passes the second transmission module. After receiving 21, the decoding module 22 performs decoding to read the teaching information 121 and its use term 1311. When the lifespan 1311 of the encoded teaching information 131 received by the learning terminal 20 expires, the learning terminal 20 cannot view or use the teaching information 121.

However, if the learning terminal 20 receives the encoded teaching information 131 in real time, the learning terminal 20 may not receive the encoded teaching information 131 in real time due to the limitation of the encoded teaching information 131 or the transmission bandwidth of the learning terminal 20. Therefore, in the actual application, the teaching end 10 can transmit and store the teaching object 111 to the servo database 31 of the server 30 through the first transmission module 14. Before the learning terminal 20 performs the synchronous learning, the learning terminal 20 may first connect to the server 30 to download the teaching object 111 in the servo database 31. Therefore, when the learning terminal 20 performs synchronous teaching at the connection teaching terminal 10, only part of the encoded teaching information 131 (speech information 112, operation information 113, and time information 114) can be received immediately, and the learning terminal 20 only needs to download the first line. Teaching object 111 and The combination of some teaching code information 131 received immediately can achieve the effect of synchronous teaching, and the transmission process can be more smooth. The partial coding teaching information 131 may be transmitted by using streaming media.

In other words, in order to enable the learning terminal 20 to smoothly and synchronously view the teaching content of the teaching terminal 10, some of the information of the teaching information 121 of the teaching terminal 10 that is not related to time (for example, the teaching object 111) may be first stored in the servo. At the end of the servo database 31 of the terminal 30, the learning terminal 20 only needs to receive the information of the file in a timely manner, thereby achieving the synchronization effect. In addition, it is worth mentioning that the teaching terminal 10 can store the plurality of teaching information 121 in advance into the teaching database 15, and each teaching information 121 has a corresponding teaching number, and when the learning terminal 20 is connected to the teaching terminal 10 Based on the teaching number, it is confirmed whether the received teaching information 121 is the same as the teaching information 121 used by the current teaching terminal 10.

Please refer to Figure 4 and Figure 5 together. Figure 4 is a block diagram of a second embodiment of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention; and Figure 5 is a schematic view of a second embodiment of the synchronous teaching system of the present invention. As shown in the figure, the synchronous teaching system 1 includes: a teaching terminal 10, a learning terminal 20, a server terminal 30, and a server terminal 40. The teaching terminal 10 includes an electronic whiteboard 11, a processing module 12, an encoding module 13, a first transmission module 14, a teaching database 15, and a verification module 16. The learning terminal 20 includes: a second transmission module 21 and a decoding module 22. The servo terminal 30 includes a servo database 31. The supply end 40 has a plurality of teaching objects 111, and each teaching object 111 has a supply period 41. The related transmission connection relationship between the teaching terminal 10, the learning terminal 20 and the server terminal 30 is the same as the foregoing, and will not be described herein. Briefly, the teaching terminal 10 first transfers the teaching object 111 to the servo database 31 of the server 30; the learning terminal 20 first connects the server 30 to download the teaching object 111. After the learning terminal 20 downloads the teaching object 111, it can be connected to the teaching end 10 to The voice information 112, the operation information 113 and the time information 114 are received in real time, and the teaching object 111 can be further combined to achieve the purpose of synchronous learning with the teaching terminal 10. The value of the question is that when the learning terminal 20 is connected to the teaching terminal 10 for simultaneous teaching, the authentication module 16 of the teaching terminal 10 is first required to authenticate the identity of the learning terminal 20. After the learning terminal 20 is authenticated by the teaching terminal 10, the teaching terminal 10 gives the learning terminal 20 a usage right 161. In other words, the learning terminal 20 needs to be authenticated by the teaching terminal 10 to obtain a usage right 161 before the relevant transmission operation can be performed.

In addition, the teaching terminal 10 can be connected to the supply terminal 40 to download a plurality of teaching objects 111, and each teaching object 111 has a supply period 41. When the supply period 41 of one of the teaching objects 111 expires, the teaching person cannot perform the related teaching operation on the teaching object 111. At this time, the teaching provider can extend the teaching object by the payment mechanism provided by the supply terminal 40. The supply period of 111 is 41.

In summary, the teaching terminal 10 can be connected to the supply terminal 40 to download a plurality of teaching objects 111. The instructor can first transfer the required teaching object 111 to the servo database 31 of the server 30. The learning terminal 20 can first connect the server terminal 30 to download the teaching object 111 required for the class, and then connect the teaching terminal 10 to receive part of the coded teaching information 131 (speech information 112, operation information 113 and time information 114). In order to achieve the purpose of remote synchronization teaching. In addition, when the learning terminal 20 is connected to the teaching terminal 10, it is necessary to first obtain a usage authority 161 through the verification mechanism; the teaching object 111 has a supply period 41 set by the supply terminal 40; the encoded teaching information 131 has the use of the teaching terminal 10 The period is 1311, and when the deadlines expire, the user can no longer view or manipulate the item or the information, but the payment mechanism can be used to extend the period of use 1311.

The above is intended to be illustrative only and not limiting. Any equivalent modifications or changes to the spirit and scope of the present invention shall be included in the appended claims. Please be within the scope of the patent.

1‧‧‧Synchronous teaching system

10‧‧‧Teaching end

11‧‧‧Whiteboard

111‧‧‧ Teaching objects

112‧‧‧Voice information

113‧‧‧Operational information

114‧‧‧Time Information

12‧‧‧Processing module

121‧‧‧Teaching Information

13‧‧‧Code Module

131‧‧‧ Coded teaching information

14‧‧‧First transmission module

20‧‧‧Learning

21‧‧‧Second transmission module

22‧‧‧Decoding module

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  1. A synchronous teaching system, comprising: a teaching end, comprising: an electronic whiteboard, providing a teaching person to write and operating a plurality of teaching objects; a processing module, each of the teaching objects, one of the teaching materials The voice information, the operation information and the one-time information are stored as a teaching information; and an encoding module that encodes the teaching information to form a coded teaching information and transmits the code instantaneously through a first transmission module Teaching information; and at least one learning end, directly connecting the teaching end, comprising: a second transmission module, receiving the coding teaching information; a decoding module, decoding the coding teaching information, so that A learner simultaneously learns the teaching of the teacher at the teaching end.
  2. For example, the synchronous teaching system described in claim 1 is characterized in that the coding module encodes the teaching information by using Digital Rights Management (DRM).
  3. The synchronous teaching system of claim 1, wherein the coding module further writes the teaching information for a period of use to limit the period of time at which the at least one learning end uses the encoded teaching information.
  4. The synchronous teaching system of claim 1, further comprising a server, the server includes a servo database, the teaching end is connected to the server, and each of the teaching ends is operated. The teaching object is transmitted to the servo database.
  5. For example, the synchronous teaching system described in claim 4, wherein the at least one learning Before connecting the teaching end, the server first connects the server to download each teaching object, and then connects the teaching end to immediately download another coded teaching information, and the at least one learning end merges the teaching objects with the other A coding teaching information is formed to form the coding teaching information, and the learning end further synchronously learns the teaching performed by the teaching end.
  6. The synchronous teaching system of claim 5, wherein the another encoded teaching information includes the voice information, the operation information, and the time information.
  7. The synchronous teaching system of claim 1, wherein the teaching end further comprises a verification module, wherein the at least one learning end is connected to the teaching end, and the verification module is used to verify the at least one learning One of the ends uses permissions.
  8. The synchronous teaching system of claim 1, wherein the teaching end is connected to at least one supply end to download the teaching objects, and each of the teaching objects includes a supply period.
  9. For example, in the synchronous teaching system described in claim 8, wherein when the supply period of one of the teaching objects expires, the teaching end cannot perform related operations on the teaching object, and the teaching end needs a payment mechanism To extend the supply period.
  10. The synchronous teaching system of claim 1, wherein the coded teaching information is transmitted by using streaming media.
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