Bringing the Innovations in Data Management to CS Education
an Educational Reconstruction Approach
Zu finden in: Proceedings of the Workshop in Primary and Secondary Computing Education, WiPSCE 2015, London, United Kingdom, November 9-11, 2015 (Seite 88 bis 91), 2015
This paper describes the application of the research framework educational reconstruction for investigating the field data management under a CS education perspective. Like the many other innovations in CS, Big Data and the field data management have strong influences on students' daily lives. In contrast, school does not yet sufficiently prepare students to handle the arising challenges. In this paper we will describe how we apply an educational reconstruction approach to prepare the teaching of essential data management competencies. We will summarize the main goals and principles of educational reconstruction and discuss the application of the framework to the topic data management, as well as first outcomes. Just as educational reconstruction is suitable for finding the essential aspects for teaching data management and for designing classes/courses on this topic, it also seems promising for the curricular development of other CS innovations as well.
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