Gender and IT : ongoing challenges for computing and information technology education in Australian secondary education

2007, Gender and IT : ongoing challenges for computing and information technology education in Australian secondary education. Edited by Lynch, Julianne, Common Ground Publishing, Altona, Vic..

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Title Gender and IT : ongoing challenges for computing and information technology education in Australian secondary education
Editor(s) Lynch, Julianne
Publication date 2007
Total pages 164 p.
Publisher Common Ground Publishing
Place of Publication Altona, Vic.
Summary # 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
ISBN 9781875864577
1875864571
Language eng
Field of Research 130299 Curriculum and Pedagogy not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category A7 Edited book
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30010560

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