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Comparative Study of Informatics Subject Curriculums and Textbooks in Middle School Between Korea and England
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 Title & Authors
Comparative Study of Informatics Subject Curriculums and Textbooks in Middle School Between Korea and England
Choe, Hyun-Jong; Song, Tae-Ok; Lee, Tae-Wuk;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we propose a comparative study of Informatics subject curriculums and textbooks in middle school between Korea and England because both countries have similar national curriculums about software education which has computational thinking as objectives of education and good-qualified textbooks for teachers and students. we looked through the Informatics and Computing curriculums and textbook of both countries in order to give good reference case to Informatics textbook manufacturer. In addition, we verified the validity of this study through FGI. The results of this study will be a good case study about designing Informatics curriculum and making Informatics textbooks in middle school.
 Keywords
Informatics;Computational thinking;Software education;Curriculum;Textbook;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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