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[FYI] Education Task Force Curriculum Survey

From: Karl Dubost <karl@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 11:56:54 +0900
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The WaSP Education Task Force and W3C Quality Assurance Interest  
Group propose the creation of a curriculum framework to help  
educators teach best practices in Web design and development more  
effectively. Upon completing modules in such a curriculum, a student  
should have sound knowledge of best practices and a solid foundation  
upon which to build.

This survey aims to clarify the needs of educators, to identify what  
may help them in teaching these topics, and to identify the  
challenges they face. This survey will also influence the format and  
content of the resultant curriculum or teaching framework.


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