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Analysis of Changes of Digital Mind by the Class Type in Basic Software Education for the Students of Humanities

소프트웨어 기초 교육에서 수업 방식에 의한 인문대학생의 디지털 마인드 변화 분석

  • 서주영 (아주대학교 다산학부대학) ;
  • 신승훈 (아주대학교 다산학부대학) ;
  • 구은희 (아주대학교 다산학부대학)
  • Received : 2017.08.01
  • Accepted : 2017.09.20
  • Published : 2017.09.28

Abstract

As the importance of software has become more widely recognized, many Korean universities are designating software classes as an essential subject. However, there is a difficulty in achieving the educational goal because the education is done without sufficient understanding of the non-Major learner. Therefore, in this paper, we analyze the opinions of the humanities college students who have taken the software basic education course and confirm the changes of the students' digital minds. Based on this, we suggest considerations for the basic software education for non-Majors. The results of the analysis show that pre-admission software education does not contribute much to university education, while students respond positively to the practice-based education using student-oriented project subjects. Therefore, it is desirable to provide an environment where learners can gradually develop their digital minds by providing students with more software access opportunities based on hands-on practice in basic software education for non-Majors.

Keywords

University Students;Basic SW Education;Non-Majors;Digital Mind;SW Theory;SW Practice

Acknowledgement

Supported by : 정보통신기술진흥센터

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