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Advanced Experiments to Education Technical High School Students for Creation of Ubiquitous Networked Society

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6 Author(s)
Taniguchi, K. ; Hiroshima Municipal Tech. High Sch. ; Kaneda, R. ; Kunishige, M. ; Kojiri, A.
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The outcome of the current research on ubiquitous computing and networking affects the next generation. In other words, young generation is in charge of creating ubiquitous network world. In this paper, we describe our technical and educational trials to educate high school students, who will live in ubiquitous networked society. One topic is the experimental activity using IPv6 and remote control techniques. In the experiment, the high school students have developed the virtual environment of a ubiquitous networked society. Another topic is the development of a learning program to educate the students. Expanding the experiments, we are forwarding a plan to make a practical curriculum of the high school to educate the students who have required technology and ability in creation of ubiquitous networked world

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Applications and the Internet Workshops, 2007. SAINT Workshops 2007. International Symposium on

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15-19 Jan. 2007