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Introduction of Computers in Norwegian School Mathematics

  • Herman Ruge
Conference paper
Part of the IFIP International Federation for Information Processing book series (IFIPAICT, volume 174)

Abstract

“Forsøksgymnaset in Oslo” was an experiment in School Democracy that started classes in automatic data processing in the fall of 1968 as a part of school mathematics in the 11th year. We started simple programming in FORTRAN on punched cards, off line. Later we had a teletype terminal with paper tape, changed to the BASIC language, and ran programs online by telephone to a distant computer. We also designed the logic simulator “Benjamin”, with four “And”, “Or”, and “Not” elements, battery and lamps, which could be connected in logical networks to be studied. In 1970, we arranged two two-day seminars for teachers during the Christmas and the summer holidays and presented the whole course. We did this eight times and helped to qualify many teachers. The first Examen Artium in Data was organised in June 1970.

Key words

Mathematics logic Boole forsøksgymnaset Norway 

References

  1. Ruge, Herman, “Automatisk databehandling i skolen” Den høgre skolen, No 3, 1969Google Scholar
  2. Ruge, Herman, 0vinger i elektronisk logikk, Forsøksgymnaset, Oslo 1970Google Scholar
  3. Ruge, Herman, Programmeringskurs i Basic, Forsøksgymnaset, Oslo 1971Google Scholar

Copyright information

© International Federation for Information Processing 2005

Authors and Affiliations

  • Herman Ruge

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