Information Science in Technical Education Process in Czech Republic
Keywords:Education, Technical education, Curricular Reform, Information Science in Education
Information and Communication Technologies are one of the basic educa-tions of areas in the Framework Educational Programme for Basic Education to enable students to acquire a basic level of information literacy. The aim is to equip students with elementary skills in operating of computer equipment and modern information and communication technologies, but also to navi-gate in the world of information, creatively work with information and use them in further education and in practical life. The paper deals with the analysis of the situation and draws conclusions on the system of education in the Czech Republic in the context of the chal-lenges of INDUSTRY 4.0 in response to the capture, the robotics industry and services.
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