Accompanying Events

CSERC '14: Computer Science Education Research Conference

The Computer Science Education Research Conference (CSERC) is an international forum for researchers with interests in all aspects of computer science education.

Workshop on Eye Movements in Programming Education II: Analyzing the Novice's Gaze

The second international workshop on Eye Movements in Programming Education focuses on the development of novice programmers. It is organized by the Computer Science Education group and the Center for Applied Neuroscience at FU Berlin, as well as the Interactive Technologies group of the University of Eastern Finland.

Science on Stage

The Science on Stage Festival is a network of and for science and technology teachers of all school levels and provides a European platform for the exchange of teaching ideas. The German selection event for the Science on Stage 2015 in London will take place on the 8th of November. For further information, have a look on their flyer or visit their website. Unfortunately their materials are only available in German at the moment. If you would like to partake in the event with a presentation of your own, please note that your application needs to be submitted until the 15th of May 2014.

The organizers happily invite all attendees of this years WIPSCE conference to visit the selection event and draw inspiration from the exceptional examples of science and technology teaching.

25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall

The City of Berlin will commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall, which has its 25 anniversary on the 9th of November this year, with a number of festivities art installations, and other venues. Probably the most noteworthy will be the 'Lichtgrenze' -- a light installation that will trace the course of the former border through out the city centre. More information on the installation and accompanying events, will be available from mid-May at the website 25 Years since the Fall of the Wall. Until then find some information on the following sites:

We will provide you with more information here as they become available.

Questions? Please contact Carsten Schulte (Dept. of Computer Science Education, Freie Universität Berlin), Judith Gal-Ezer (Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, Open University of Israel) or Michael E. Caspersen (Centre for Science Education, Aarhus University).