Interactivity Technologies to Improve the Learning in Classrooms Through the Cloud

Interactivity Technologies to Improve the Learning in Classrooms Through the Cloud

Habib M. Fardoun (Information Systems Department, King Abdulaziz University (KAU), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia), Daniyal M. Alghazzawi (Information Systems Department, King Abdulaziz University (KAU), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia), and Antonio Paules (EduQTechgroup, University of Zaragoza, Teruel, Spain)
DOI: 10.4018/IJWLTT.2018010102
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In this paper, the authors present a cloud system that incorporate tools developed in HTML5 and JQuery technologies, which are offered to professors and students in the development of a teaching methodology called flipped classroom, where the theoretical content is usually delivered by video files and self-assessment tools that students can display from home. This system aims to eliminate the technical limitations to facilitate communication and a real learning process by monitoring and evaluating the students and teachers. Highlighting main functions, the authors do find: the wizard of quality content, visual interactive wizard, the audio note as tool for audio records, and finally the graphical evaluator that provides a graphical and intuitive result, providing a clear image of the theoretical and practical difficulties that students experience.
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2. Teaching Methods: State Of Art

Education, like almost every other area of our society has evolved by leaps and bounds in recent years. Traditional teaching techniques, based mainly on the professor explaining and students taking notes, can still be useful at times, but today education revolves more around encouraging students to arouse their curiosity and desire to learn. Following this trend has emerged, therefore, new teaching techniques. Many of these teaching techniques are not new. However, the use of new technologies available to us today can give a new approach, to extend in our classrooms.

The educational methods result from the direct application of teaching. However, each teacher adapts the method the group and the level of the students. There is a global classification of teaching methods according to Neciri, I. (1979) in his book “Towards the dynamic general didactics”, described this classification as shown below:

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