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Challenge of Transforming Curricula with Computers, High Impact Interventions and Disruption

Fluck, A ORCID: 0000-0003-1301-4615 2020 , 'Challenge of Transforming Curricula with Computers, High Impact Interventions and Disruption', in A Tatnall (ed.), Encyclopedia of Education and Information Technologies , Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 1-8.

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Abstract

Conventional educational attainment expectations for school students are generally defined by curriculum documents in each jurisdiction. However, new technologies disrupt societies, so it is pertinent to ask how computers have changed educational expectations. Robert Heinlein put this into perspective in a short story (1957). The protagonist is Holly Jones. She is 15 and a spaceship designer: “I’m very bright in mathematics, which is everything in space engineering, so I’ll get my degree pretty fast. Meanwhile we design ships anyhow. I didn’t tell Miss Brentwood this, as tourists think a girl my age can’t possibly be a spaceship designer.” This demonstrates some early aspirations of how education might change in future where lunar habitats become well established.

Item Type: Book Section
Authors/Creators:Fluck, A
Keywords: measuring impact of innovation, computer-based assessment, transformation of learning with computers, eExams, SAMR educational model, TPACK framework for technology in education, MAPLE computer algebra system, equivalent year level scaling
Publisher: Springer
DOI / ID Number: 10.1007/978-3-030-10576-1_207
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Copyright 2019 Crown Copyright

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