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American Journal of Educational Research. 2014, 2(7), 472-473
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Necessity of Having Propaedeutic Courses of Computer Science in Preschool and Primary Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan

Yessen Iklasovich Bidaibekov1, Lyazzat Baltabaevna Rakhimzhanova1, , Darazha Nagashbaevna Issabayeva1, Shyryn Shirinkyz Tileubergenovna1, Issabayeva Sulu Nagashbaevna2 and Ainagul Kaipbayeva2

1Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abai, Kazakhstan, Almaty

2Kazakh State Women’s Teacher Training University Kazakhstan, Almaty

Pub. Date: June 26, 2014

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Yessen Iklasovich Bidaibekov, Lyazzat Baltabaevna Rakhimzhanova, Darazha Nagashbaevna Issabayeva, Shyryn Shirinkyz Tileubergenovna, Issabayeva Sulu Nagashbaevna and Ainagul Kaipbayeva. Necessity of Having Propaedeutic Courses of Computer Science in Preschool and Primary Education in the Republic of Kazakhstan. American Journal of Educational Research. 2014; 2(7):472-473. doi: 10.12691/education-2-7-6


In the article elements of informatization of preschool and primary education at schools of the Republic of Kazakhstan, considering development of system of technical, program, methodical means, providing an introduction of computer science and computing in practice of training and educational process of propaedeutic course of computer science with wide usage of computerized intersubject connections in all school subjects in native Kazakh language are considered. On the one hand, the results will be rely on solution of problems of preschool education system in senior and preparatory groups of preschool institutions of the RK - kindergartens; on the other hand, - on organic interface of propaedeutic school course with basic course of computer science, including program and methodical systems in 5-th-9-th grades and with preprofessional school course of computer science. Besides, perspectives of usage of electronic educational resources in management of all three training levels - propaedeutic, basic and preprofessional will be taken into consideration.

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