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Research on the Construction of Core Literacy of Information Technology Curriculum in the Age of Wisdom

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DOI: 10.23977/isaem.2018.025


Wang Fang

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Wang Fang


With the rapid development of social economy, many kinds of science and technology, such as information technology, internet technology, cloud computing technology and so on, have been produced. These technologies are widely used in production and life of people at this stage. The remarkable application effect has made working efficiency and life quality of people greatly improved. Therefore, it is still necessary to apply advanced technology in the future intelligent city development to realize the pluralistic development of the society. At present, the market economy of our country presents a prosperous and competitive development situation. Therefore, if many enterprises want to stand firm in the fierce market competition, they need to absorb innovative information technology talents with core literacy. Only in this way can the strength of talents be brought into play and promote the enterprises to be stable and healthy development. However, by analyzing the teaching situation of the information technology courses offered by the school under the background of the wisdom age, it is found that teachers have many shortcomings and defects in the construction of the core literacy of the curriculum, which need to be improved urgently. Therefore, based on the development requirements of the wisdom era, this paper analyzes the basic situation of the core literacy construction of the current school information technology curriculum, and probes into the specific content of the core literacy construction, that is helpful for more schools to cultivate innovative talents and meet the needs of creative talents in the market.


Age of Wisdom, Information Technology, Curriculum, Core Literacy, Construction

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