Criticizing and Modernizing Computing Curriculum: The Case of the Web and the Social Issues Courses
by Randy Connolly, Associate Professor at Mount Royal University on May 04, 2012
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Presentation I gave at WCCCE 2012 in Vancouver....
Presentation I gave at WCCCE 2012 in Vancouver.
Computing education has faced a variety of ongoing and critical self-examinations over the past 15 years. This paper provides a set of critiques and alternative teaching approaches for two vital but under-reported computing knowledge areas: web development and computing ethics/social issues. It concludes with a claim that these two knowledge areas can also provide an important way to integrate the often-heterogeneous knowledge areas in the computing curriculum.
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