International workshop on Educational Informatics is devoted to the teaching of computer science and software engineering in high schools and universities, its current status and history and perspective directions, tools and technologies.
Traditionally, the seminar participants consider the current problems of teaching computer science from the standpoint of a scholar and teacher. In addition to reports and presentations we plan to organize «round table» discussions. Participants of the «round table» will exchange views on relevant approaches to the teaching of science, modern methods and areas.
Topics of the workshop
- The basic paradigm and the educational model of informatics.
- Modern technologies of computer science teaching in schools and universities.
- Technical tools and frameworks supportimg the computer science education.
- Remote, local and active learning methods and their role in the preparation of a creator or a user.
- The role of distance education in teaching rare professions.
- Successful cases, experience of teaching, and methodological problems.
- History of teaching of computer science and the human factor.
- The problem of the reliability of the knowledge produced by students via the Internet.
- Alexandr Marchuk — the honorary chair
- Rostisalv Yavorskiy — co-chair
Authors are invited to submit papers not exceeding 10 pages in Springer LNCS style.
Papers should present original and not previously published or concurrently submitted to another conference or journal work. Papers should be submitted through the EasyChair conference management system.
Submitted papers should be written in English (or in Russian) and provide sufficient detail to allow the Program Committee to assess the merits of the paper on the basis of technical quality, relevance to the conference topics, originality, significance, and clarity of presentation. At least one of the authors will attend the conference to present their study.
Please use this link for your submission.
Time and venue
Application deadline: 10 May 2017
Workshop: 27-28 June 2017
- Igor Agamirzyan, chair
- Natalya Cheremnykh
- Tatyana Tikhonova
- Ildar Lomov
- Nina Gein