What is an example of a tiered learning situation? Imagine that you’re taking part in building a small (wood construction) home. The most logical thing to do is to plan everything first; get your materials and tools in place. Then you might begin clearing the land, installing a foundation and / or pipes for utilities, and so on and so forth. Once this is done, you would begin to actually construct the walls and floors of the house, correct? This is how learning materials must be presented as well. Students need to familiarize themselves with the “ground floor” elements of a subject before they’re set about to trying to “construct walls”.
The secret behind the success of the Cloud Computing Foundationcourse is its designA poorly designed course can actually prevent students from accumulating knowledge, this is no great revelation. This is why an appropriate amount of time was spent refining the cloud computing foundation program we are currently offering. Our foundation course is not only up-to-date in its materials, but it is also constructed in order to allow for ‘tiered learning’.
This wonderful program (which is designed to prepare students and professionals for a cloud computing foundation exam / certification test) presents information in a highly organized fashion.
What is picked up in the initial sections (of the materials) helps one to build a sound and foundational understanding of what cloud computing is, what components are involved (hardware / software / infrastructures), and of course what constitutes cloud computing. By the time you reach the end of the course, you will understand cloud computing inside and out.
You will also come to realize why it (cloud computing) is such an incredible new technology to behold. Keep in mind, as the popularity of cloud computing continues to grow at an accelerated rate, so do the potential employment opportunities. Click here to get educated for future employment possibilities.