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elementary school computer course
A survey research is used in this study to investigate the status of computer course in elementary schools. The results concern the overall status of the implementation of computer course, teaching content, teachers, and computer equipment. 931 questionnaires are sent out, 681 of which are returned: the response rate reaches 73.15%. 659 sets are valid returns. According to the overall status of the implementation of computer course in elementary schools, we observe that there exists a great gap among students’ computer ability. Schools run tight budgets for the necessary software in computer course. As regards class hours, 85% of schools start computer courses for students from the third grade, who give one computer class hour per week. As for the teaching content, it is the computer teacher that decides what materials to teach. The software taught for the third grade to sixth grade includes word processing, Chinese and English typing, basic operating system, browsers, graphic processing, and web editor. 52.9％ of schools use textbooks in computer course, and 72.9% agree that Ministry of Education should examine computer textbooks. In the aspect of teachers, 77.8% of schools have between 0% and 20% computer teachers graduating from computer science-related departments. In addition, 68.5% of schools disagree that computer teachers in elementary schools need to be chosen from graduates from computer science-related departments. Most schools admit those who have qualifications for computer science to teaching computer course. Regarding computer equipment, the main newly added hardware is computer, and the main newly added software is graphic processing.
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