Computer education: The problem of policy implementation
Cerych, Ledislav (1985), Computer education: The problem of policy implementation, Education and Computing, 1, 1, p. 5-10. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-9287(85)93599-X
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Journal nameEducation and Computing
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Abstract (EN)Computer education has more than one ambiguous goal and therefore policy implementation in this field is growing very complex. Other factors are: the multiplicity of implementing agents, changes in social and political climate, rapid development of new technologies and the difficulty in substituting informatics for existing courses. A better knowledge of these problems, and the use of findings of in-built evaluation mechanisms can make implementation strategies more effective.
Subjects / KeywordsComputer Education; Implementation Analysis; Informatics; Policy Implementation
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