Torsten Brinda, Nicholas Reynolds, Ralf Romeike, Andreas Schwill
Torsten Brinda; Nicholas Reynolds; Ralf Romeike; Andreas Schwill (Hrsg.)

KEYCIT 2014

key competencies in informatics and ICT



ISBN: 978-3-86956-292-6
438 Seiten, geklebt
Erscheinungsjahr 2015

Reihe: Commentarii informaticae didacticae (CID) , 7

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In our rapidly changing world it is increasingly important not only to be an expert in a chosen field of study but also to be able to respond to developments, master new approaches to solving problems, and fulfil changing requirements in the modern world and in the job market. In response to these needs key competencies in understanding, developing and using new digital technologies are being brought into focus in school and university programmes. The IFIP TC3 conference „“KEYCIT – Key Competences in Informatics and ICT (KEYCIT 2014)““ was held at the University of Potsdam in Germany from July 1st to 4th, 2014 and addressed the combination of key competencies, Informatics and ICT in detail. The conference was organized into strands focusing on secondary education, university education and teacher education (organized by IFIP WGs 3.1 and 3.3) and provided a forum to present and to discuss research, case studies, positions, and national perspectives in this field.

In our rapidly changing world it is increasingly important not only to be an expert in a chosen field of study but also to be able to respond to developments, master new approaches to solving problems, and fulfil changing requirements in the modern world and in the job market. In response to these needs key competencies in understanding, developing and using new digital technologies are being brought into focus in school and university programmes. The IFIP TC3 conference „“KEYCIT – Key Competences in Informatics and ICT (KEYCIT 2014)““ was held at the University of Potsdam in Germany from July 1st to 4th, 2014 and addressed the combination of key competencies, Informatics and ICT in detail. The conference was organized into strands focusing on secondary education, university education and teacher education (organized by IFIP WGs 3.1 and 3.3) and provided a forum to present and to discuss research, case studies, positions, and national perspectives in this field.