Curriculum by computer

King, Agnes
January 2008
BRW;1/17/2008, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on developments related to education in Australia. The Council of Australian Government is conducting an audit of computer resources in schools. For schools there is a need to train teachers to cope with the new paradigm of computer-based learning, and adjusting the curriculum to support the use of computers. On the other hand, the National Secondary School Computer Fund promise to ensure every student in years nine and 12 has a computer to use.


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