INFORMATICS IN EDUCATION publishes original articles about theoretical,
experimental and methodological studies in the fields of informatics
(computer science) education and educational applications of information
technology, ranging from primary to tertiary education.
Multidisciplinary research studies that enhance our understanding of
how theoretical and technological innovations translate into
educational practice are most welcome. We are particularly interested
in work at boundaries, both the boundaries of informatics and of
The journal aims at providing an interdisciplinary forum for researchers,
educators, policy makers, and users involved in different areas of
informatics (computer science) education. Depending on their special
interests, those working in the field may draw on subject areas as
diverse as statistics, educational theory and the cognitive sciences
in addition to technical computing knowledge.
The topics covered by INFORMATICS IN EDUCATION will range across diverse
aspects of informatics (computer science) education research including:
- empirical studies, including composing different approaches to
teach various subjects, studying availability of various concepts at
a given age, measuring knowledge transfer and skills developed,
addressing gender issues, etc.
- statistical research on big data related to informatics
(computer science) activities including e.g. research on assessment,
online teaching, competitions, etc.
- educational engineering focusing mainly on developing high quality
original teaching sequences of different informatics (computer science)
topics that offer new, successful ways for knowledge transfer and
development of computational thinking
- machine learning of student's behavior including the use of
information technology to observe students in the learning process
and discovering clusters of their working
- design and evaluation of educational tools that apply information
technology in novel ways
We welcome review papers that include clear research questions,
a framework of analysis and discussions that reflect the aims of
the journal. The research can involve various stages and contexts
of informatics (computer science) and information technology education,
including individual, collaborative, organizational or system's learning.