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Title: Curriculum development of university computing and ICT education in Mongolia : final technical report, January 2009 – January 2011
Authors: Amarzaya, Amartuvshin
Keywords: CURRICULUM
COMPUTING
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
IT
ICT
COMPUTER SCIENCE
MONGOLIA
ICT EDUCATION
UNIVERSITIES
DIGITAL INCLUSION
COMPUTER LITERACY
Date: 2011
Publisher: School of Mathematics and Computer Science, National University of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, MN
Abstract: In this technical report we present achievements and findings of our research project. The overall goal of the project was to develop new models of universities compulsory and specialized ICT and computing curricula was achieved successfully. To establish design and development of new curricula models first we conducted a current curriculum analysis for universities compulsory, software engineering and IT curricula. Permeation of experiential learning (or "learning by doing") was the fundamental idea for compulsory ICT curricula model the compulsory ICT training. There are, of course, different ways of providing experiential learning, including but not limited to instructor demonstrations, relevant field trips, individual and group projects, interviews with professionals, design, implementation, and documentation projects, preparation documents, sheets, web pages and multimedia presentation, and service learning. Each module is specified accordingly. Relevant curricula recommendation from ACM-IEEE and experiences universities from Singapore, Korea and China was starting points for specialized software engineering and IT curriculum models.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/48883
Project Number: 104919
Project Title: Development Research to Empower All Mongolians through Information Communication Technology - DREAM IT
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