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Title: Methodology of teaching cloud technologies to future computer science teachers
Authors: Oleksiuk, Vasyl P.
Oleksiuk, Olesia R.
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Oleksiuk V. P., Oleksiuk O. R. Methodology of teaching cloud technologies to future computer science teachers // Proceedings of the 7th Workshop on Cloud Technologies in Education, CTE 2019 ( Kryvyi Rih, Ukraine, December 20, 2019). CEUR-WS, 2020. Vol. 2643. P. 592–608.
Issue Date: 20-Dec-2019
Publisher: CEUR-WS
Keywords: future informatics teachers
cloud computing
Abstract: The article deals with the problem of training future computer science teachers for the use of cloud technologies. The authors analyzed courses from leading universities to study cloud technologies. On this basis the model of application and studying of cloud technologies in the process of training of future teachers of informatics was developed. The basic principles of this model are proposed: systematic, gradual, continuous. It contains target, content, operating and effective component. Therefore, the stages of using cloud computing technology were proposed: as a means of organizing learning activities, as an object of study, as a means of development. The article summarizes the experience of designing a cloud-based learning environment (CBLE). The model is based on such philosophical and pedagogical approaches as systemic, competent, activity, personality-oriented, synergistic. Hybrid cloud is the most appropriate model for this environment. It combines public and private cloud platforms. CBLE also requires the integration of cloud and traditional learning tools. The authors described the most appropriate teaching methods for cloud technologies such as classroom learning, interactive and e-learning, practical methods. The article contains many examples of how to apply the proposed methodology in a real learning process.
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