Gender and IT : ongoing challenges for computing and information technology education in Australian secondary education / edited by Julianne Lynch Lynch, Julianne

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Lynch, Julianne
Subjects
Information technology - Study and teaching (Secondary) - Social aspects - Australia.; Education, Secondary.; Australia.
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Adult
Contents
  • 1. Introduction. Exploring the gender and IT problem and possible ways forward / Julianne Lynch
  • 2. The imagined curriculum: who studies Computing and Information Technology subjects at the senior secondary level? / Margaret Vickers and My Trinh Ha
  • 3. A question of attention: challenges for researching the under representation of girls in Computing and Information Technology subjects / Leonie Rowan
  • 4. The nature and purpose of Computing and Information Technology subjects in the senior secondary school curriculum in New South Wales / Toni Downes
  • 5. The social construction of Computing and Information Technology subject subculture / Catherine Harris
  • 6. Boy nerds, girl nerds: constituting and negotiating Computing and Information Technology and peer groups as gendered subjects in schooling / Kerry Robinson and Cristyn Davies
  • 7. CIT teachers' cultures in a globalising world / Carol Reid and Jose van der Akker
  • 8. Perceptions of changing pedagogies in Computing and Information Technology / Susanne Gannon
  • Appendix
  • List of acronyms.
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4053882

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