October 28, 2020

01:00 - 02:00 AEDT
Warm Up!
Meet other participants in the lounge at
02:00 - 02:15 AEDT
Welcome and Introduction
Chair: Torsten Brinda
02:15 - 03:15 AEDT
Keynote I
Chair: Michal Armoni
Countering pedagogy for the "privileged" in CS for All: A Universal Design for Learning theoretical and practical lens for addressing the needs of students with disabilities in K-8 CS education (Abstract)
Maya Israel
03:30 - 05:30 AEDT
Curricula, Models and Frameworks
Chair: Johannes Krugel
Competency Structure Model for Programming for the Transition from School to University (Short Paper)
Mike Barkmin
Investigating the Relationship Between Programming and Natural Languages within the PRIMM Framework (Full Paper)
Alex Parry
CSAwesome: AP CSA Curriculum and Professional Development (Practical Report)
Barbara Ericson, Beryl Hoffman and Jennifer Rosato
Exploring the K-12 Computer Science Curriculum Standards in the U.S. (Practical Report)
Meize Guo and Anne Ottenbreit-Leftwich.
06:00 - 08:00 AEDT
Virtual Welcome Reception
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October 29, 2020

18:30 - 19:30 AEDT
Teachers' Perceptions and Beliefs
Chair: Ira Diethelm
Teacher Perceptions of Feedback in High School Programming Education: A Thematic Analysis (Practical Report)
Tyne Crow, Diana Kirk, Andrew Luxton-Reilly and Ewan Tempero
Primary School Teachers’ Beliefs on Computer Science as a Discipline and as a School Subject (Full Paper)
Alexander Best
19:30 - 19:45 AEDT
Poster I: Introduction
Each poster will be introduced in 90 sec. Further Information
Poster I: Exhibition
Revisiting Code Smells in Block Based Languages (Poster)
Kashif Amanullah and Tim Bell
A Study of High School Computer Science Teacher Confidence Levels (Poster)
Clare McInerney, Chris Exton and Mike Hinchey
Learners' Perspectives on Block-based Programming Environments: vs. Scratch (Poster)
Johannes Krugel and Alexander Ruf
An Open Platform for Assessment and Training of Competencies (Poster)
Mike Barkmin
Assessing Programming Tasks of Central Final Exams in Germany - Which Competencies are Required? (Poster)
Silas Borowy and Mike Barkmin
Dealing with (Pre-)Conceptions: Introduction of a "First Aid Kit" for "Learning Doctors" in Computer Science Classes (Poster)
Nils Pancratz
Programming an Educational Robot with 5-6 Year-Old Children (Poster)
Martina Benvenuti and Augusto Chioccariello
The Road to Finding Interesting Contexts for Teaching Data Literacy at School (Poster)
Stephan Napierala
21:00 - 21:30 AEDT
Virtual Coffee Break
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21:30 - 23:00 AEDT
Introductory Programming
Chair: Sue Sentance
Learning to Program: The Gap Between School World and Everyday World (Full Paper)
Gert Braune and Andreas Mühling
Programming in Primary School: Towards a Research-Based Assessment Instrument (Full Paper)
Linda Mannila, Fredrik Heintz, Susanne Kjällander and Anna Åkerfeldt
A Longitudinal Approach for Introducing Programming in Italian Primary School (Practical Report)
Augusto Chioccariello, Rosa Bottino, Sabrina Panesi and Laura Freina
23:00 - 01:00 AEDT
Lunch Break
01:00 - 02:30 AEDT
Students' Conceptions and Self-Concept
Chair: Yasmin B. Kafai
"Draw Us How Smartphones, Video Gaming Consoles, and Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Look Like from the Inside": Students’ Conceptions of Computing System Architecture (Full Paper)
Nils Pancratz and Ira Diethelm
Investigation of the Informatics-based Self-concept of Primary School Children (Practical Report)
Ira Diethelm, Nina Schneider, Matthias Matzner, Maja Brückmann and Anja Zeising
Keeping Secrets - K12 Students' Understanding of Cryptography (Full Paper)
Anke Lindmeier and Andreas Mühling
02:45 - 03:00 AEDT
Poster II: Introduction
Chair: Yasmin B. Kafai
Each poster will be introduced in 90 sec. Further Information
Poster II: Exhibition
Fostering Knowledge of Computer Viruses among Children: the Effects of a Lesson with a Cartoon Series (Poster)
Katerina Tsarava, Manuel Ninaus, Tereza Hannemann, Kristina Volná, Korbinian Moeller and Cyril Brom.
Entering the Car Park - Primary Pupils' Understanding of Programmed Control Systems in Real World Situations (Poster)
Gerard Dummer, Elwin Savelsbergh and Paul Drijvers
Process Modelling in Upper Secondary School Computer Science Courses (Poster)
Hanno Schauer and Carola Schauer
A Teacher Training Program in Argentina Analysed by Profiles (Poster)
Hernán Czemerinski, Fernando Schapachnik, Martín Guillermo Scasso, Daniela Cura and Verónica Alelí Marino
Block-Based Learning Analytics Repository and Dashboard: Towards an Interface between Researcher and Educator (Poster)
Max Kesselbacher, Kevin Wiltschnig and Andreas Bollin
"Digitechnikum": A Space to Create Meaningful CS Projects (Poster)
Sina Wetzel and Matthias Ludwig
IT Security in Secondary CS Education: Is it missing in Today’s Curricula? A Qualitative Comparison (Poster)
Manuel Riel and Ralf Romeike
A Block-Based Modeling Curriculum for Teaching Middle Grade Science Students about Covid-19 (Poster)
Veronica Catete, Nicholas Lytle, Danielle Boulden, Madeline Hinckle, Eric Wiebe and Tiffany Barnes
05:00 - 07:30 AEDT
Instead of Conference Dinner
Grab a drink and some food and let us entertain you ...

Sonic Pi Talk and Live Coding (Abstract)
Sam Aaron
Virtual Pub Quiz (Computer Science Edition)
Matthias Kramer and Mike Barkmin

October 30, 2020

19:00 - 20:00 AEDT
Keynote II
Chair: Torsten Brinda
AI goes to school - learning about and learning with artificial intelligence (Abstract)
Ute Schmid
20:15 - 21:45 AEDT
Programming Aspects and Students' Performance
Chair: Jan Vahrenhold
High-School Students' Mastery of Basic Flow-Control Constructs through the Lens of Reversibility (Full Paper)
Claudio Mirolo, Cruz Izu and Emanuele Scapin
Re-Use of Programming Patterns or Problem Solving? Representation of Scratch Programs by TGraphs to support Static Code Analysis (Full Paper)
Mike Talbot, Katharina Geldreich, Julia Sommer and Peter Hubwieser
Students’ Performance on Computer Science Tasks and their Predictors (Short Paper)
Matthias Matzner and Claudia Hildebrandt
21:45 - 22:15 AEDT
Virtual Coffee Break
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22:15 - 23:45 AEDT
Cognitive and Affective Characteristics of Students
Chair: Judith Gal-Ezer
Using Semantic Waves to Analyse the Effectiveness of Unplugged Computing Activities (Full Paper)
Paul Curzon, Jane Waite, Karl Maton and James Donohue
The Learning Value of Game Design Activities: Association between Computational Thinking and Cognitive Skills (Short Paper)
Bernadette Spieler, Ferenc Kemeny, Wolfgang Slany, Bernd Binder and Karin Landerl
Effects of Robotics Courses on Students' Attitude, Motivation, Self-concept and Self-efficacy - an Empirical Study (Full Paper)
Florian Kempf, Sandra Schulz and Niels Pinkwart
23:45 - 00:30 AEDT
Invitation to WiPSCE 2021 and reflection about WiPSCE 2020

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