Original submissions in all areas related to primary and secondary computing education are invited. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Learning: attitudes, beliefs, motivation, misconceptions, learning difficulties, student engagement with educational technology (e.g., visualization), conceptualization of computing
- Teaching: teaching approaches, teaching methods, teaching with educational technology
- Content: curricular aspects, learning standards, tools, didactical approaches, context relevant teaching, assessment
- Institutional aspects: establishing and enhancing computing education, professional development
"Grand Challenges in Primary and Secondary Computing Education"
What are the grand challenges in primary and secondary education within the next decade? Which issues will unfold, persist or dominate in the near future? Which research questions need to be addressed? Which obstacles need to be overcome?
Well explained analyses, theories, and opinions are highly welcome for this special session at WiPSCE 2012.