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The Australian Digital Technologies Curriculum: challenge and opportunity

Posted on 10 Aug 2015 with 0 comments
21st century skills Educational leadership ICT in education

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New curricula introduced in England, and currently under debate within Australia, have identified the need to educate for both digital literacy and computer science, and the need to promote both learning areas from the commencement of schooling. In this paper, the authors discuss the main trends and learning objectives of these new curricula, identifying key areas requiring further research and development by the computer science education community.


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