Application of cloud computing in the process of professional training of physics teachers

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https://doi.org/10.55056/etq.38

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training of physics teachers, e-learning, virtual laboratories, electronic educational resources, cloud computing

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The use of cloud computing in the form of virtual laboratory workshops is a way to solve the existing problems of training future physics teachers, especially in the widespread use of e-learning. The world educational community has developed and is using a variety of electronic educational resources combined in collections and libraries, and the use of them in the educational activities of future physics teachers helps not only to diversify educational material but also to increase digital competence of all participants in the educational process. The study analyzed the available virtual laboratory workshops, proposed a scheme for the use of physical simulations, gave examples of their use in the study of physics.

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Velychko, V., Fedorenko, E., Kaidan, N. and Kaidan, V., 2021. Application of cloud computing in the process of professional training of physics teachers. Educational Technology Quarterly [Online], 2021(4), pp.662–672. Available from: https://doi.org/10.55056/etq.38 [Accessed 14 April 2024].
Received 2021-03-28
Accepted 2021-11-15
Published 2021-11-29

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