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By Academician Blagovest Sendov, Blagovest Sendov, Ivan Stanchev

Teenagers within the details Age: possibilities for Creativity, Innovation and New actions comprises chosen papers from the second one overseas convention and Exhibition ""Children within the info Age: possibilities for Creativity, Innovation and New Activities,"" held in Sofia, Bulgaria, 19-23 might 1987. The contributions made via researchers on the convention coated themes reminiscent of the previous, current, and way forward for tuition informatics within the USSR; the relatives computing device increase and its implications for machine literacy; the hot meanings of literacy with regards to new info and verbal exchange applied sciences; desktop use in schooling; and literacy within the details age.
Other papers handled computer-based education in India; wisdom established structures to be used in pedagogical contexts; informatics competitions in Germany; the data age; details and verbal exchange expertise within the French academic procedure; and the position of data expertise in schooling in Australia. the ultimate chapters current the techniques that emerged from the convention in addition to the options of the operating assembly of Editors of Journals and Magazines on Informatics in schooling.

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Teaching of programming. This is conventional term to denote a domain of applied teaching which is aimed at the aquisition by higher grade pupils of the fundamentals of informatics by way of vocational and pre-college training. The teaching of programming has spread widely as an actively supplementing the development of college courses in programming and computer application. Very often school courses in vocational training and various optional courses were built as reduced fragments of the respective college courses.

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A comparable number of schools use machinery of different types lent by sponsoring firms. Several thousand schools have classrooms equipped with programmable and scientific microcalculators but they do not qualify as "computrised" schools. A considerable number of computer laboratories operate on an interschool basis. There are a few dosen of "travelling classrooms" (installed, for the most part, in buses) which travel to rural schools. Several hundred sponsoring firms offer facilities on their premises for schoolchildren to undertake laboratory work or organise regular lectures.

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