Teachers at my high school, during the coronavirus forced closings, were expressing that they had never taught an online class before and thus did not know how to teach digitally. I built Edurona, because I wanted to help solve this problem by providing teachers with a platform to educate and then access their students knowledge autonomously online.

What it does

Edurona is a tool that allows teachers to build educational "playlists" which house articles, videos, and tests for their students use. Teachers can create different lessons within their class, in order to provide a complete and full learning experience.

How I built it

I built the front-end of Edurona using the javascript framework React, and I used Firebase for authentication and the database.

Challenges I ran into

I had a little bit of an issue working within the time crunch that I was given.

Accomplishments that I'm proud of

I am proud of my ability to work within the time crunch that I was given for this project.

What I learned

I better learned how to plan for a project and then execute according to the plan on a time constraint.

What's next for Edurona

I want to fix the bugs and add the ability for students to track their progress within their classes, as well as submit pictures to verify they completed the tests.

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firebase, react

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