Developing Online Course Based on Interactive Technology Tools

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Many people still believe that good teachers are born and not made. Others believe that good teachers figure out how to teach in their own classrooms. We believe that good teachers can be born again in the digital world. The digital world gives teachers powerful, new ideas, strong content, plentiful pedagogy, and connection to virtual schools in real-time. Furthermore the new kind of e-learning environment gives the teacher a new mission. The new kind of e-learning contributes to producing students who are strong thinkers and novel problem solvers. This paper introduces new learning tools based on cloud computing technologies. Furthermore we present innovative learning tools based on interactive e-learning environment.

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Raiyn, J. (2014) Developing Online Course Based on Interactive Technology Tools. Advances in Internet of Things, 4, 13-19. doi: 10.4236/ait.2014.43003.

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