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Computational Thinking Teaching Model Design for Activating IT Convergence Education
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 Title & Authors
Computational Thinking Teaching Model Design for Activating IT Convergence Education
Son, Young-Su; Lee, Kwang-Jae;
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 Abstract
Breaking down the boundaries between recent study has emerged as a key issue of convergence education to create new knowledge. The core of IT Convergence Education is being made through educational SW, SW purpose of education has been focused on improving the CT(: Computational Thinking). The purpose of this paper is to design a CT teaching model for activating IT Convergence Education. In this study, we designed a CT Curriculum focusing on algorithm and program for the purpose of enhancing non-majors learner`s CT ability and software adaptability and being utilized in the majors. It is expected to be utilized to design a CT teaching methods and curriculum in University.
 Keywords
Convergence Education;Computational Thinking;CT Teaching Model;Non-Majors Learner;Curriculum;
 Language
Korean
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