ICER: International Computing Education Research Workshop

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Event When Where Deadline
ICER 2017 International Computing Education Research conference
Aug 17, 2017 - Aug 21, 2017 University of Washington Tacoma, USA Apr 14, 2017 (Apr 7, 2017)
ICER 2016 The International Computing Education Research
Sep 9, 2016 - Sep 11, 2016 Melbourne, Australia Apr 22, 2016
ICER 2013 The International Computing Education Research
Aug 12, 2013 - Aug 14, 2013 University of California, San Diego TBD
ICER 2010 International Computing Education Research Workshop
Aug 9, 2010 - Aug 10, 2010 Aarhus, Denmark Apr 20, 2010
ICER 2008 The Fourth International Computing Education Research Workshop
Sep 6, 2008 - Sep 7, 2008 Sydney, Australia May 1, 2008
ICER 2007 International Computing Education Research Workshop
Sep 15, 2007 - Sep 16, 2007 Atlanta, GA, USA TBD
 
 

Present CFP : 2017

Computing education, as a research discipline, is the study of how people come to understand computational processes and devices, and how to improve that understanding. As computation becomes ubiquitous in our world, understanding of computing in order to design, structure, maintain, and utilize these technologies becomes increasingly important – both for the technology professional, but also for the technologically literate citizen. The research study of how the understanding of computation develops, and how to improve that understanding, is critically important for the technology-dependent societies in which we live.
Learning: Computing education is naturally concerned with how students make sense of computational processes and devices in formal education, including primary, secondary, and post-secondary institutions. Computing education also goes beyond formal education. What do adults understand about computation, and how do they come to that understanding? What do children understand about computation given their limited conceptions of time, process, and agency, and how does that affect their later formal learning about computation?
Instruction: Learning may be enhanced or impeded by instruction. Educators bring instructional methods, formal or informal theories, and values to specific learning environments and situations. As researchers we explore the educators’ role in the learning process?whether that educator is a teacher, near-peer, remote resource or the computer itself.
Computing Education Research employs methodologies from many fields, amongst them psychology, education, anthropology and statistics. As a consequence, research is frequently characterised by a diversity of methodological approaches; these may be applied directly, or may be combined and modified to suit the particular cross-disciplinary questions that we ask.
 

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