Bringing the Innovations in Data Management to Secondary CS Education
Zu finden in: ICER 2016 (Seite 267 bis 268), 2016
Data Management is a field of CS that has changed significantly with the innovations of recent years. With increasing amounts of data that is being collected, stored and processed today, this field evolved from the traditional field databases. While storing data in databases is a typical topic in (secondary) CS education, more modern aspects are hardly covered at all. However, as these innovations have a high impact on our daily lives and in society, not only can they help convey a realistic impression of CS, but they have also the potential to support students when handling (their own and others') data. In my research project, I investigate the field data management from an educational point-of-view in order to identify central aspects relevant and practical for CS classes in secondary schools. To ensure that the identified concepts and ideas are central to CS education, the field will be analyzed not only from a CS point-of-view, but also from the students', teachers' and the societal perspective.
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