Call for Papers

We invite you to submit a paper, report, or poster for the 19th Workshop in Primary and Secondary Computing Education (WiPSCE 2024) and to join us in Munich, Germany.

Research in primary and secondary computing education is a young field with strong ties to national educational systems. Nevertheless, its theories, methods, and results are internationally applicable and of interest to researchers and practitioners in the field. WiPSCE aims at improving the exchange of research and practice relevant to teaching and learning in primary and secondary computing education, teacher training, and related research.

Accepted papers will be published in the WiPSCE 2024 proceedings as part of the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series. The proceedings will be included in the ACM Digital Library .

You can download a PDF version of the "Call for Papers" here: Download CFP.

Important Dates

  • Submission deadline
    full/short paper/practical report abstracts
    April 29, 2024
  • Resubmission deadline
    full/short papers/practical reports
    May 06, 2024
  • Submission deadline

    poster abstracts
    June 16, 2024

All dates are midnight "anywhere on earth".


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Submission Guidelines

Original submissions in all areas related to primary and secondary computing education are invited in the following categories:

When preparing your paper, consider carefully under which category you intend your submission to be reviewed. We will apply different reviewing criteria to the different categories of submissions.

In exceptional circumstances only, we may invite the author of a submission that fails to meet the reviewing criteria in one category to present the submission in another category, if we think it is more appropriate in the latter category and we think the submission can be adjusted in a short period of time between notification of acceptance and final camera-ready submission. In other cases, the submission will simply be rejected.

For this reason, it is important to pick the best category for your paper from the outset.

Please also take notice of WiPSCE's Contribution Guidelines and Review Criteria.

Two dates are provided for full paper, short paper (work-in-progress) and practical report submissions. The first date is for the abstract only, which does not need to include an uploaded PDF. Abstracts should be around 150-250 words long. The second date is for the actual submission as a PDF. Both dates are final and there can be no extensions.

Submission Format

Submissions are required to follow the style format outlined on the ACM SIG proceedings website for LaTex Authors. The review process will be dual anonymous, so authors are requested not to include their names and affiliations when submitting and to cite their prior work appropriately.

It is mandatory to submit a PDF-file through Please see the Important Dates page for submission and notification deadlines.

When preparing the submission, please read the instructions carefully; do not change fonts or margins and make sure that you only use whitelisted packages (

Review Process and Publication

To ensure selection of high quality contributions, submissions for full papers are reviewed by at least three members of the international program committee. Short paper submissions and poster abstracts are reviewed by at least two members of the program committee. Reviewing is dual anonymous. Once reviewing is complete, the reviewers (anonymously) discuss their reviews, particularly where there are significant differences of opinion. After the discussion phase, the program chairs use the reviews to determine a balanced and appropriate set of papers to be accepted.

The WiPSCE program committee takes pride in considering submissions thoroughly and providing constructive feedback.

At least one author must register and present accepted papers in order for the paper to be included in the workshop proceedings.

Previous Proceedings

The proceedings of the previous WiPSCE conferences can be found in the ACM Digital Library