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|Title:||A computer curriculum guideline for junior high schools in Taiwan: Its impacts, and issues|
|Publisher:||Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)|
|Abstract:||A computer curriculum guideline for Taiwan junior high schools was announced in 1994 and will be nationally implemented in 1998. Due to the specific educational system in Taiwan, the guideline will affect computer textbook writing, computer teaching and learning, computer teachers' professional development, and computer education researches. This paper is to introduce the guideline, discuss its impacts, and describe issues. We believe that a mandatory curriculum guideline or standard is necessary for providing computer concepts and skills to all our next generations. A solid computer education research base should be established to provide usable and promising perspectives and strategies for computer education practices.|
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