Changing aims of computing education: a historical survey

@article{Tedre2018ChangingAO,
  title={Changing aims of computing education: a historical survey},
  author={Matti Tedre and Simon and Lauri Malmi},
  journal={Computer Science Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={28},
  pages={158 - 186}
}
ABSTRACT Computing education has been an important and sometimes contentious issue ever since the advent of modern computing. Debates about computing education have closely followed job markets, technological development, academic interests, societal concerns, and changes in the perception of computing. The themes in computing education debates can be characterized by emergence and formation, standardization and organization, accommodation to change, and divergence. The focus of computing… Expand

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