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Li, Y. and Zhong, B.C. (2015) On “Core Literacy”. Educational Research, No. 9, 17-24.

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  • TITLE: Design and Development of High School Artificial Intelligence Textbook Based on Computational Thinking

    AUTHORS: Yanfang Yu, Yuan Chen

    KEYWORDS: Artificial Intelligence, Computational Thinking, Core Literacy, Textbook Design

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Access Library Journal, Vol.5 No.9, September 30, 2018

    ABSTRACT: Big data and deep learning technology have once again set off a boom in artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence has been a major development strategy in many countries. The Chinese government has also written this into the “13th Five-Year Plan”, and the Ministry of Education has also launched with the reform measures for artificial intelligence education, the deep integration of “artificial intelligence education” has been opened. In this context, China’s artificial intelligence disciplines and professional construction have set off a major reform storm from colleges to basic education. The revision of this high school artificial intelligence textbook was carried out in this context. The biggest feature of this high school artificial intelligence textbook revision is the integration of computational thinking into the core literacy design. Computational thinking is an indispensable ability of learners in the 21st century. As a typical “digital aboriginal”, high school students must have computational thinking in order to cope with the challenges brought about by the rapid changes in social technology in the future. At present, all developed countries have incorporated computational thinking into national curriculum standards. China has also written computational thinking into national curriculum standards and listed it as one of the core literacies of information technology disciplines.