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Classroom in the Cloud: Innovative Ideas for Higher Level Learning.


Classroom in the Cloud: Innovative Ideas for Higher Level Learning

Jared Covili and Nicholas Provenzano



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Covili and Provenzano offer a guide for teachers at the middle and high school levels to the integration of Cloud based learning into the classroom. Each chapter tackles a specific aspect of the Cloud and its capabilities. Chapters titles are What Is the Cloud Classroom?, Storing in the Cloud, Communicating in the Cloud, Collaborating in the Cloud, Creating in the Cloud, and Best of the Rest. The text concludes with a discussion on the next steps in a computerized classroom. Examples such as color photos of students' work as well as interviews with real teachers are included. There are step-by-step instructions for getting the Cloud up and running along with definitions and explanations of many computer based learning tools such as Evernote and Google Hangouts. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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