Computer education for future science related teachers A curriculum integration method


Yun Kong Teacher Development Center Zhejiang Ocean University Zhoushan 316000,China Yun-Qing Zhou School of Mathematics,Physics & Information Science Zhejiang Ocean University Zhoushan 316000,China


Just as computer technology has improved effectiveness in numerous sectors of society,advanced computing and telecommunications have the potential to help students master complex 21st century skills.An Integrated curriculum is developing technologies that enable students use advanced tools to solve real world problems.The integrated curriculum approach improves success for all types of learners and may differentially enhance the performance of tomorrow's science teachers.


computer education;science related teachers;curriculum integration


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