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<ul><li> 1. Research on Distance Collaborative Activities for Teacher Education based on Online Video and Cloud Computing Environment Haiguang Fang* Fanghaiguang(at)gmail.com Department of Educational Technology Capital Normal University Beijing, China Capital Normal University </li> <li> 2. Introduction1 System research and application2 Conclusions3 Capital Normal University The continue work4 </li> <li> 3. Introduction What Where How Based on online video and cloud computing environment Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Online teaching and research for teacher education Capital Normal University </li> <li> 4. KEY WORDS Cloud Computing Environment cloud platforms with abundant video cases resources Video Cases the normal courses from front-line teachers comparison between collaborative and non-collaborative distance teaching and research Capital Normal University Collaborative Teaching and Research </li> <li> 5. KEY WORDS Cloud Computing environment cloud platform with abundant video cases resources video cases the demonstration classes of good teachers, normal classes of front-line teachers comparison between collaborative and non-collaborative distance teaching and research Capital Normal University Collaborative Teaching and Research Collaborative online teaching and research Non-Collaborative online teaching and research objective common objective and sub-objective sub-objective subject focuses on collective emphasis on individual activity social learn individual learn relation of subjects mutual cooperation relatively independent learning model exchange of ideas acquisition of knowledge communication way people to people human to computer mechanism with without </li> <li> 6. Introduction1 System research and application2 Conclusions3 Capital Normal University The continue work4 </li> <li> 7. System Reseach Constructed by online video in a cloud computing environment Three districts online collaborative teaching and research Define distance collaborative system as a set Application CaseConstruction Mode Mechanism Capital Normal University </li> <li> 8. Construction Mode TearcherTearcher EducationEducation Self-Self- ReflectionReflection Self-Self- LearningLearning ExpertsExperts LeadingLeading Peer-Peer- CoachingCoaching SubjectSubject StudyStudy Capital Normal University </li> <li> 9. Construction Mode Capital Normal University </li> <li> 10. Application Case Capital Normal University </li> <li> 11. Application Case Capital Normal University </li> <li> 12. Collaborative flow of activities Capital Normal University </li> <li> 13. S = {O, A, P, R} Collaboration of System S=C or S= S1+S2+S3 Collaboration of System S2= {O2, A2, P2, R2} S3= {O3, A3 ,P3, R3} S1= {O1, A1, P1, R1} Collaboration of Elements O A P R Capital Normal University </li> <li> 14. collaboration of objectives collaboration of activities O A collaboration of resources R collaboration of platforms P A=C R=C O=C P=C Collaboration of Elements Capital Normal University Collaborative mechanism </li> <li> 15. Collaboration of System-O Capital Normal University </li> <li> 16. Collaboration of System-A Capital Normal University </li> <li> 17. Collaboration of System-P Capital Normal University </li> <li> 18. Collaboration of System-R Capital Normal University </li> <li> 19. Introduction1 System research and application2 Conclusions3 Capital Normal University The continue work4 </li> <li> 20. Conclusions Capital Normal University Advantages Disadvantages Expectation make more teachers groups transfer their educational activities to the "cloud" side. enhance the technical support to meet the teachers different need provides practical references for teaching and research in future. </li> <li> 21. Introduction1 System research and application2 Conclusions3 Capital Normal University The continue work4 </li> <li> 22. The Cloud ModelThe Cloud Model </li> </ul>