International Conference on Digital Education
27-29 Aug 2018 Bruxelles (Belgium)

EduCode is the first edition of an annual international conference dedicated to education, practice and research in digital-related fields. It is the result of a collaboration between different key digital players in Belgium.

 

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  • Informing - August 27th will be devoted to the organization of exhibitions, round tables and conferences open to the general public.
  • Training - On 28 August, workshops will be held for teachers and children to exchange ideas and demonstrate their skills.
  • Stimulating reflection - August 29 will be devoted to organizing conferences and research presentations.

Call of papers

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  •  Poster format
    The posters will be displayed during the 27tt  August and will have to be registered in one of the following themes:
    1. Report of pedagogical experience conducted with a class or presentation of innovative tools.
    2. Building a resource, content or tool.

The posters will respect the available format. They will describe at a minimum the context, description and   contribution of the experience, tool, resource or content. Posters should be anonymized and reviewed by a member of the scientific committee.

  • Workshop format
    Contributions must fall within one of the following themes:
    1. Report of pedagogical experience conducted with a class or presentation of innovative tools. The workshop will be presented in 45 minutes and reproduced at least twice during the day.
    2. Building a resource, content or tool. The workshop will be presented in 90 minutes and reproduced at least twice during the day.

Contributions (2 pages) will follow the available format. They will describe at a minimum the context, description and contribution of the experience, tool, resource or content. Contributions must be anonymized and will be reviewed by at least two members of the Scientific Committee.

  •  Classroom experience feedback or research article formats
    Contributions must be related to one of the following topics:
    •         Computer science education
    •         Computational thinking education
    •         Digital education
    •         Digital literacy
    •         Learning analytics
    •         Competencs and curricula
    •         Teacher training
    •         Unplugged education
    •         Evaluation


Contributions, in the form of a short article (up to 5 pages), will respect the available format.
They must be anonymised and will be reviewed by at least three members of the Scientific Committee. On August 29, contributions will be presented in 30 minutes. The proceedings of the symposium will be freely published.

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