London Computing Education Research Symposium – 11 June 2018 at King’s College London, £25 for teachers – @cerc_kcl

London Computing Education Research Symposium
11 June 2018, 9:30 – 5pm
Bush House, King’s College London
£45 – full price
£25 – teachers, students, concession
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The London Computing Education Research Symposium is an annual event held by the interdisciplinary Computing Education Research Centre at King’s College London. The first LCERS will be held on the 11th of June 2018 at King’s College London, Bush House.

This one-day computing education research symposium will enable the sharing of a range of innovative academic work in this broad field. The purpose of the conference is to bring together academics, researchers, students and teachers who are interested in computing education.

Our keynote speakers will be Professor Ralf Romeike and Carrie-Anne Philbin. More details to come!

The theme for the first year of the conference is Computing for All and we hope to have a range of presentations and posters under the following themes:

  • Removing barriers to computing education
  • Computing for all ages
  • Motivation and interest in computing
  • Equity and inclusion in computing
  • Gender balance and computing
  • Computing around the world
  • Learning, teaching and assessment of programming
  • Tools and techniques for teaching Computing
  • Pedagogical approaches to making Computing accessible
  • Implications of mandatory computing

Conference proceedings will be published at the event and authors of abstracts will be encouraged to write up their abstracts as a full paper.

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