In an Agora Small Classroom scenario, a teacher gives an online lesson to multiple students, and both the teacher and students can interact with each other in real time. The common small classroom scenario has one teacher for two, four, or six students. The number of students in a small classroom should not exceed 16.
This article describes how to use the Agora SDKs to implement a small classroom scenario.
You can use the Agora SDKs to implement the following features for your project.
|Real-time communication||The students attend the teacher's online class. During the class, all of them can see and talk to each other in real time, creating a positive interaction.|
|Real-time messaging||Both the teacher and the students can chat with each other through text messages.|
|Whiteboard||The teacher can share a Powerpoint slide, a Word or PDF file, or even an audio or video file on it.
The teacher and the students can also write things collaboratively on the whiteboard.
|Recording||The teacher can record the class and share the recording through a link for future review or evaluation.|
|Class management||The teacher starts or ends the class, and manages the students' privilege for sending audio, video, or real-time messages.|
|Device and network test||Before the class, the teacher can test whether the microphone and camera are working properly.
During the class, both the teacher and the students can monitor the network quality in real time.
|Screen share||The teacher can share the screen with the students.|
The Agora technical solution has the following advantages:
Agora SD-RTN™ is Agora's proprietary network for audio and video transmission, covering more than 200 countries and regions. The intelligent routing algorithms it uses ensure that the average end-to-end latency worldwide is less than 400 ms.
High service stability and accessibility
Agora's services are in accordance with SLA (Service-Level Agreement), ensuring an over 99% login success rate and 99.99% service accessibility throughout the year.
Resilience to packet loss
Agora's anti-packet-loss algorithm ensures a smooth audio and video experience when the packet loss rate reaches 60% or a smooth audio experience when the rate hits 70%, minimizing the freeze rate and dropped calls.
Designed to handle quality issues caused by limited bandwidth, Agora's self-adapting network algorithm enables you to set the transmission priority, for example, to the audio, or to the teacher's media stream.
High audio quality
The following technologies ensure that the speaker's voice always stands out from a noisy environment:
Agora optimizes the video experience from the following perspectives:
You can also add the following components or services to your project:
Our SDKs are compatible with more than 20000 devices, covering over 18 platforms and development architectures, including Windows, macOS, Web, iOS, Android, and Electron. This ensures that the teacher and the student share the same experience.