International Journal of Computer Science Education in Schools
The International Journal of Computer Science Education in Schools (IJCSES) is committed to increasing the understanding of computer science education in schools by publishing theoretical manuscripts, empirical studies and literature reviews. The journal focuses on exploring computer science education in schools through pedagogical, cognitive and psychological perspectives.
This journal is a peer-reviewed, open access journal. All articles published open access will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read, download, copy and distribute.
The Journal is indexed in Google Scholar.
Computer Science Education in Schools working group meeting 2019
We warmly invite you to the first Computer Science Education in Schools working group meeting supported by IJCSES journal and ETZ Educational Technology Summit. We will have Prof. Rose Luckin from UCL London Knowledge Lab joining us.The event will take place 2nd of March 2019 in Istanbul, Turkey.
We invite submissions from across a variety of categories for investigating computer science education in schools through pedagogical, cognitive and psychological perspectives. The accepted papers will be published in a conference special issue of the IJCSES Journal after the summit.
1. Research paper: Full or short paper based on empirical studies.
2. Posters: A summary of a study or a theoretical approach in the format of a poster.
3. Short practice report: A report of a classroom practice by an educator, summarising the important points, around 2000 words.
How to submit?
You need to register at http://www.ijcses.org/as an author and submit your paper through the IJCSES journal system. Your submission should include a cover page to indicate that it is for the working group (IJCSES 2019), and not for the regular journal issue. The cover page should also include which type of submission. Please follow the author guidelines on the IJCSES website for basic submission information, however, remember it is your paper, your structure!
Articles should relate to school education. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Computer Science / Computing Education
- Computational Thinking
- Teacher Education in Computer Science
- Professional Development in Computer Science
- Programming in Schools
- Creativity and Computing
- Artificial intelligence in Education
- Computer graphics and Virtual reality
- Computer Game Design
- Teacher research in Computing
- Gender and diversity in Computing Education
- Inclusion in Computing Education
- STEM/STEAM and computer science
- Physical Computing
Important deadlines and dates
Paper submission Friday, January 18th, 2019
Notification of acceptance Friday, February 1st, 2019
Final camera-ready deadline Friday, February 15th, 2019
Please check if you need a visa to travel to Istanbul. You can apply for a visa online through the eVisa portal.
* For a delegate to be considered a student she/he must currently be a full-time student enrolled in a PhD / master program in an institution during the academic year 2018-2019. If you are registering to attend as a student, please email evidence of your full-time student status to Yasemin Allsop (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The registration fee includes:
Conference lunches and coffees
Dinner on Saturday evening March 2nd
Walking tour of old city on Sunday March 3rd (entrance fees are not included).
Prof.Dr. Filiz Kalelioglu, Baskent University, Ankara, Turkey, email@example.com
Yasemin Allsop, UCL, London, UK, firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof.Dr. Yasemin Gülbahar Güven, Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey, email@example.com
Prof.Dr. Sirin Karadeniz, Bahcesehir University, Istanbul, Turkey, firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Paul Csizmadia, Newman University, Birmingham, UK, A.P.Csizmadia@staff.newman.ac.uk
Prof. Jacob Sukhodolsky, Saint Louis University, US, email@example.com