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Education and Computing

1988 Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. National Policy and Planning: The Australian Model for Computer Education

    Judith H. Hammond & Morrison F. Hammond

    Discussion of national initiatives in the area of policy and planning for computer education focuses on the development and implementation of the Australian National Computer Education Program.... More

    pp. 3-11

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  2. Microcomputer Applications in Education--A Report-in-Brief about Current Issues and Approaches in the Federal Republic of Germany

    Karl Frey

    Summarizes the current status of the use of microcomputers in elementary and secondary schools in the Federal Republic of Germany. Curriculum development and research about computer science are... More

    pp. 13-19

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  3. The Use of Formal Program Design Methods in the Teaching of Computer Science and Data Processing Students

    Peter Smith & Barrie Thompson

    Describes an instructional methodology developed and implemented at Sunderland Polytechnic that uses formal computer program design methods to teach computer programing in computer science and data... More

    pp. 27-35

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  4. Aspects of Teaching Software Engineering at a Distance

    Judy M. Emms

    Describes an undergraduate course at the Open University in Great Britain that teaches software engineering. Highlights include the use of formal methods to interpret the programing language's... More

    pp. 37-44

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  5. Second Literacy and Software Crisis

    Gyula Fay & Ervin Szucs

    Discussion of problems in computer assisted instruction focuses on poorly written software and the role of computer programing. Use of computers without programing knowledge is discussed, and... More

    pp. 45-48

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