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Development of Network and Digital creation tools Curriculum Model to consider understanding concepts and learning activity

개념이해와 학습활동을 고려한 네트워크 및 디지털 창작도구 교육과정 모델 개발

  • 성영훈 (진주교육대학교 컴퓨터교육과) ;
  • 정영식 (전주교육대학교 컴퓨터교육과) ;
  • 박남제 (제주대학교)
  • Received : 2016.11.08
  • Accepted : 2016.12.07
  • Published : 2016.12.31

Abstract

This paper is a research on the curriculums of network and digital creation tools among SW education in order to apply them to SW curriculum in education fields. For doing so, a curriculum model was developed by extracting main key words through the analyses of domestic and foreign SW curriculum, and reorganization of concept understanding and learning activity elements was made so as to be fit to characteristics of each curriculum. And curriculums were remodeled by curriculum such like concept understanding was focussed in network, activities in digital creation tools and its validity was suggested through expert verification by composing contents elements based on the results. Also, this model was proposed so that each school could recompose it easily by combining contents elements of other curriculums. Therefore, the suggested model could be utilized as a basic research data in applying domestic SW curriculum standard model.

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