Call for Papers: CTE 2017

CTE 2017 is the first international conference for the dissemination of research findings and sharing of ideas on computational thinking education, organised by CoolThink@JC, in partnership with the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the Education University of Hong Kong, MIT and the City University of Hong Kong. The conference will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wanchai, Hong Kong from 13-15 July 2017 and will comprise a number of keynotes (including Hal Abelson, Uri Wilensky, Shuchi Grover and…me!), research paper presentations, panel discussions and exhibitions.

Proposed topics of interest on computational thinking education include (but are not limited to):

  • Computational Thinking and Unplugged Activities in K-12;
  • Computational Thinking and Coding Education in K-12;
  • Computational Thinking and Subject Learning and Teaching in K-12;
  • Computational Thinking and IoT;
  • Computational Thinking Development in Higher Education;
  • Computational Thinking and STEM/STEAM Education;
  • Computational Thinking and Non-formal Learning;
  • Computational Thinking and Psychological Studies;
  • Computational Thinking and Special Education Needs;
  • Computational Thinking and Inclusive Society;
  • Computational Thinking and Early Childhood Development;
  • Computational Thinking in Educational Policy;
  • Computational Thinking and Teacher Development;
  • Other themes related to Computational Thinking Education.

Please see the full call for papers; deadline for submissions (online via EasyChair) is 16 February 2017 20 February 2017 8 March 2017.

Alongside my keynote and panel discussion, I am one of the Program Committee Co-Chairs (for the Computational Thinking and Coding Education in K-12 theme) — I look forward to seeing you in Hong Kong!

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