The Connotation, Basic Characteristics and Generation Path of Cloud Classroom Teaching Culture

Xiaotao LU, Yuan QIU, Zheng TAN


Cloud classroom teaching culture is a special cultural form of teaching culture in cloud classroom. It is closely related to modern high-tech information technology and multimedia environment, containing both traditional cultural forms in the marks of modern multimedia technology and information environment, and includes modern new high-tech information technology and multimedia environment. Interpreting the connotation of the cloud of classroom teaching culture, analyzing the cloud classroom teaching culture of five basic characteristics: technical, across time and space, visibility, sharing, diversity, and put forward the cloud classroom teaching culture of five generated path: positioning cloud point to the spirit of classroom teaching culture, shape the new teaching idea; Implement the material culture construction of cloud classroom teaching and lay the foundation for the classroom teaching; To build up the technical and cultural features of cloud classroom teaching and highlight the cultural characteristics of classroom teaching; Cultivate the behavior culture atmosphere of cloud classroom teaching and gain insight into the details of classroom teaching; To construct the system culture system of cloud classroom teaching and to perceive the standardization of classroom teaching.


Cloud classroom; Teaching culture; Connotation; Basic feature

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