Invention for Learning network system

Invented by Megan Colleen Harney, Midas Education LLC

The market for learning network systems has experienced significant growth in recent years, driven by the increasing demand for online education and remote learning solutions. A learning network system is a digital platform that enables educators and learners to connect, collaborate, and access educational resources from anywhere in the world. One of the key factors driving the growth of the learning network system market is the rise in e-learning platforms. With the advent of the internet and advancements in technology, traditional classroom-based learning has been supplemented, and in some cases replaced, by online learning. Learning network systems provide a comprehensive solution for educational institutions and organizations to deliver courses, manage student progress, and facilitate communication between students and teachers. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated the adoption of learning network systems. As schools and universities were forced to close their physical campuses, educators had to quickly transition to online teaching. Learning network systems played a crucial role in ensuring continuity of education by providing a platform for virtual classrooms, online assessments, and interactive learning materials. Another driving factor for the market is the increasing need for personalized and adaptive learning experiences. Learning network systems use advanced analytics and artificial intelligence algorithms to track and analyze student performance, allowing educators to tailor their teaching methods to individual needs. This personalized approach not only enhances the learning experience but also improves student outcomes. Furthermore, the market for learning network systems is expanding due to the growing popularity of lifelong learning and professional development. With the rapid pace of technological advancements and changing job market requirements, individuals are increasingly seeking opportunities to upskill and reskill. Learning network systems offer a wide range of courses and certifications that cater to the diverse needs of learners, enabling them to acquire new knowledge and competencies. In terms of market segmentation, the learning network system market can be categorized based on deployment type, end-user, and region. Deployment types include cloud-based and on-premises solutions, with cloud-based systems gaining popularity due to their scalability, cost-effectiveness, and ease of access. End-users of learning network systems range from K-12 schools and higher education institutions to corporate training departments and government organizations. Geographically, North America dominates the learning network system market, owing to the presence of major technology companies and a well-established e-learning infrastructure. However, the Asia Pacific region is expected to witness significant growth in the coming years, driven by the increasing adoption of online education in countries like China and India. In conclusion, the market for learning network systems is witnessing rapid growth due to the rising demand for online education, personalized learning experiences, and lifelong learning opportunities. As technology continues to advance and the need for remote learning solutions persists, the market is expected to expand further, providing educators and learners with innovative tools and resources to enhance the learning experience.

The Midas Education LLC invention works as follows

Apparatuses and components are described, as well as methods and techniques to facilitate learning and manage an educational environment. The system can include at least one processor and at least computer-readable storage devices storing data instructions. The data instructions cause at least one processor device to create an online educational platform, which includes a student’s information system, class scheduler engine, presentation module and at least a searchable directory for curricular resources. The class scheduler engine generates class schedules. The presentation module displays information about different school entities. The analytics engine evaluates relationships between the activities that users have undertaken and assesses skills of these users in other activities.

Background for Learning network system

Educational institutions can use different information systems to achieve a wide range of educational goals. The large information systems used in education serve a variety of users (students and staff) with different roles. Depending on the system type, systems are designed to either collect information (e.g. user information) or provide information (e.g. instructional content). These systems are generally termed one of the following types: Student Information System (SIS), Learning Management System (LMS), Content Management System (CMS), Curriculum/Instructional Management System (IMS), and Assessment Analytics System (no recognized acronym).

The smaller systems can be added as modules to the larger systems mentioned above, but they may also be offered in a standalone version. These include applications that are used for student evaluation, health tracking, admissions management, fundraising tracking, facility management and teacher evaluation.

The educational institution may also use large systems which are often integrated with the system mentioned above but not part of that system. Examples include point-of sale (POS) systems used for lunches, and library book tracking software.

This disclosure is directed, in general, to a system for learning. In one configuration, and without limitation, the system may include a class scheduling engine that schedules classes according to requests from students, or a collection pages displaying information about different school entities (e.g. users, schools classes, departments activities and groups), or a searchable database of curricular resources such as units, lessons and assessments, or an analytics engine that evaluates the relationship between the activities that users have performed and their proficiency in skills/standards required to complete the activities. This disclosure includes, but is not limited to the following aspects.

The method for generating class schedules for an educational establishment includes: receiving a number of course requests. Each course request is associated with a specific student, and the course subject.

The system is also designed for educational organizations. It includes: at least a processing device and at least a computer-readable storage medium containing data instructions. When executed by the processing device, these instructions cause the processing device to create an online educational platform. This online educational platform comprises: an academic scheduler engine that can generate and store academic schedules. These academic schedules include years, terms and days as well as bell schedules.

The system for use in an educational organization comprises: at least a processing device; and at least a computer-readable storage device storing data instructions that, when executed by the at the least one processing device, cause the at the least one processor to generate an online educational portal, which includes the following: a calendar engine configured to create and store academic calendars, including years, terms, days, bell schedules, and periods; and a gradebook engine configured for storing grades for students. Another aspect of the system is for an educational institution. The system comprises: at least a processing device and at least a computer-readable storage medium storing data instructions which, when executed by at least one processor device, causes the at most one processor device to create an online educational platform.

The system is also designed to be used in educational organizations. It includes: a processing device and at the least one computer-readable memory device that store data instructions. When executed, these instructions cause the processing device to create an online educational platform, which comprises: a Student Information System; and a Class Scheduler Engine configured to: receive multiple course requests from students; determine the order of scheduling for a number of courses offered, with the order based upon the expected number of sections; and, sequentially, using the order of scheduling, generate sections based on

The system includes: at the least one processor device; at the least one computer-readable memory device that stores data instructions. When executed by the processing device, these instructions cause the processing device to create an online educational platform, which comprises: a student’s information system, a class scheduler engine for generating class schedules, and at the least one of the following: a presentation engine that displays information about different school entities, a searchable directory of curriculum resources, and an analytics engine evaluating relationships between the activities that users have performed School entities can include users, schools and classes. They may also include departments, activities or groups.

The drawings will show various embodiments in detail, with the same reference numbers referring to similar parts and assemblies. The claims are not limited by the reference to different embodiments. The examples in this specification do not limit the scope of the claims attached.

FIG. The figure 1 shows an example of a learning system 100. The learning network system 100 is used by students, teachers, administrators and parents/guardians to manage a learning environment. The system 100 comprises a platform for managing and facilitating educational environments (e.g., a school or group of schools such as a district), a network 112, user computing devices, 114a and 114e, and a user computing device.

At the very least, some embodiments of platform 102 consist of a server, a database, and an administrative computing device that communicate over a network 110. The platform 102 generates a learning network which can be accessed through the network 112 by the user computing devices 114. Platform 102 may be in the same place (such as the same building, room, or facility) with one or more user computing devices. The platform 102 can also be located far away from the computing devices of the users 114. For example, in a different city, state or country.

The database 106, a data storage system for managing and learning in educational environments, is configured to store information. The database 106 can be optical or solid-state storage devices, hard disk drives (such as random-access memory), digital memory (such a random-access memory), redundant arrays of independent disks or other data storage device. Digital resources and the information relating to them can be spread across local or remote storage devices. The database 106 organizes data, for example, in a relational or hierarchical database structure or lists, and in other data structures, such as tables. The database 106 may be stored on the server or another computing device. The database 106 may be stored in a single device of data storage or spread across multiple devices located at different physical locations.

The administration computing devices 108 are computing devices configured to administer the platform 102. The administration computing device can be configured to create educational institutions and users in the database. In some embodiments the administration computing device is not included. The server 104 can generate administration user interfaces which are accessible from the user computing devices 114.

The network communicates digital information between the server, database, and administration computing device. The network 110 may be a local network or a large network such as the Internet. The server 104 can be located in the same location as the database 106 and the administration computing device.

In the same way, the network 112 transmits digital data to or from one or more computing devices. For example, between the platform 102, and the computing devices of the users 114. The network 112 may be a local network or a large network such as the Internet. In some embodiments the network 110 is the same as the network 112.

In some embodiments, at least one of the networks 110 and 112 comprises a wireless communication, a wired communications system, or a mixture of wireless and wired communications systems. In various embodiments, a wired communication system transmits data by using optical or electrical signals. Wireless communication systems transmit signals using electromagnetic waves. This can be in the form optical signals or radio frequency signals (RF). Wireless communication systems typically include an optical transmitter or radio-frequency receiver to receive optical or radio-frequency signals. Wireless communication systems can include Wi-Fi devices (such a wireless routers and wireless access points), cell phones (such a cellular base station) or other wireless devices.

In some embodiments, even though the platform is shown as being separate from the user computing device 114 by a network 110, a part or the entire platform can be stored and operated from a local storage device on one of the computing devices.

In the example of FIG. The user computing devices 114a and 114b are used by students to access platform 102. The user computing devices 114c is used by administrators (e.g. a principal or guidance counselor) to access platform 102. The user computing devices 114 d and 114 e are used to access platform 102 by parents or guardians, respectively. Multiple users can access the platform using different user computing devices. These include students, teachers and administrators. FIG. FIG.

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