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Competencies and Skills: Filling Old Skins with New Wine

Abstract : "Key competencies", "key skills" and "key qualifications" are buzz-words so prominently featured in contemporary scientific treatises that discussions have been prompted about an inflationary use of the terms and what they really should be taken to mean. A similar situation exists in the field of ICT and CS education: What meaning should we ascribe to terms such as "skill", "competency" and "qualification" and what should be taught as "basic information technology"? These questions merit a closer look, especially since the idea of teaching competencies received a new updraft in Europe by the Bologna-Declaration, and the teaching of basic ICT and / or CS skills is still a difficult issue in the educational sciences. This paper wants to provide insight into the discussion on skills in Anglo-American and German scientific research and wants to act as a call for more clarity in definitions and concepts regarding IT skills.
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Christina Dörge. Competencies and Skills: Filling Old Skins with New Wine. IFIP TC 3 International Conference on Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society (KCKS) / Held as Part of World Computer Congress (WCC), Sep 2010, Brisbane, Australia. pp.78-89, ⟨10.1007/978-3-642-15378-5_8⟩. ⟨hal-01054672⟩



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