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Modern digital literacy: the computer science curriculum goes mainstream

Posted on 04 Dec 2014 with 0 comments
Digital literacy Educational leadership ICT in education Pedagogy

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As computers and computing become increasingly ubiquitous, it is necessary to re-examine their role in education. We must broaden our traditional view of Computer Science and Information Technology education to include the skills required to function in a world where computers and computing are embedded in our academic disciplines and our daily activities. This conference paper proposes a model of computing education based around four distinct groups: the Theoretician, the Practitioner, the Power User and the End User.


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