Programme [PDF]

Invited speakers:

    David Ginat, Tel-Aviv University, Israel
    Juraj Hromkovic, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Krzysztof Diks, Jan Madey, Warsaw University, Poland
    Maciej M. Syslo, UMK, Torun, Poland


List of the Conference Presentations

We kindly ask the authors to submit their presentations to

Adamaszek M., Chrzastowski-Wachtel P., Niewiarowska A.,VIPER, a Student-friendly Visual Interpreter of Pascal
Arlegui J., Fava N., Menegatti E., Monfalcon S., Moro M., Pina A., Robotics at Primary and Secondary Education Levels: Technology, Methodology, Curriculum and Science
Baszuro P, Swacha J., REY: An Educational Programming Language,/i>
Benaya T., Zur E., Understanding Object Oriented Programming Concepts in an Advanced Programming Course
Blonskis J., Dagiene V., Analysis of Students´ Developed Programs at the Maturity Exams in Information Technologies
Boublik V., Glybovets M., Haessgen K., Expectations and Outcomes of Interregional IT Training for Teachers
Cohen A., Haberman B., Computer Science – A Language of Technology
Csiki N., Zsako L., ICT Teaching Methods – Applications
Csink L., Farkas K., Turtle´s Curves
Dagiene V., Teaching Information Technology and Elements of Informatics in Lower Secondary Schools: Curricula, Didactic Provision and Implementation
Dagiene V., Futschek G., Bebras International Contest on Informatics and Computer Literacy: Criteria for Good Informatics Tasks
Dagiene V., Zajanckauskiene L., Zilinskiene I., A Distance Learning Course for Training Teachers´ ICT Competence
Damasevicius R., Stuikys V., On the Technological Aspects of Generative Learning Object Development
Diks K., Madey J., From Top Coders to Top IT Professionals
Eibl C.J., Schubert S.E., Development of E-Learning Design Criteria with Secure Realization Concepts
Freiermuth K., Hromkovic J., Steffen B., Creating and Testing Textbooks for Secondary Schools. An Example: Programming in LOGO
Ginat D., Design Disciplines and non-Specific Transfer
Gruber P., Bringing Abstract Concepts Alive. How to Base Learning Success on the Principles of Playing, Curiosity and In-Classroom Differentiation
Grugurina N., Computer Science Teacher Training at the University of Groningen

Gruslyte M., Tankeleviciene L., Institutional Approach to Distance Studies: Experience of the Case
Haberman B., Muller O., Averbuch H., Multi-facet Problem Comprehension: Utilizing an Algorithmic Idea in Different Contexts
Hodnigg K., Micheuz P., Spreadsheet Education. Empirical Findings and Pedagogical
Hubwieser P., Analysis of Learning Objectives in Object Oriented Programming
Humbert L., Programming – the Usefulness of Mobile Phones for Teaching Informatics
Idosaka Y., Ashikaga H., Kurebayashi S., Kamada T., Kanemune S., Kuno Y., Positive Side Effects of Programming Classes – Especially on Thinking Ability and Mathematics
Kalas I., Winczer M., Informatics as a Contribution to Modern Constructivist Education
Kamada T., Aoki H., Kurebayashi S., Yamamoto Y.,,/b> Development of Educational System to Control Robots for All Students
Kasparek L., Literate Programming at Secondary School
Kim HanSung, Kim MinGyu, Kim JongHye, Kim ByoungWook, Lee WonGyu Development of Educational Contents for Learning DLC
Kim JongHye, Kim HanSung, Jang JeongA, Kim Byung Wook, Kim SongMi, Kim HyunCheol, Lee WonGyu, Computer Teachers Recognition and Requirements Analysis for the Contents of Informatics In-service Training in Korea
Kołczyk E., Algorithm – Fundamental Concept in Preparing Informatics Teachers
Kubilinskiene S., Kurilovas E., Lithuanian Learning Objects Technical Evaluation Tool and its Application in Learning Object Metadata Repository
Kurebayashi S., Aoki H., Kamada T., Kanemune S., Kuno Y., Proposal of Teaching Manufacturing And Control Programming Using Autonomous Mobile Robots with An Arm
Lavendels J., Sitikovs V., Krauklis K., Informational Technologies for Further Education of Latvian Province Teachers of Informatics
Micheuz P., Harmonization of Informatics Education – Science Fiction or Prospective Reality?
Morel R., Seoul 2.0 Model, A learning rganization for life long learners. IFIP Agora Initiative
Nakano Y., Content and Current Status of the Subject “Informatics” of High Schools in Japan
Nishida T., Idosaka Y., Hofuku Y., Kanemune S., Kuno Y., New Methodology of Information Education with “Computer Science Unplugged”
Ragonis N., Hazzan O., Disciplinary-Pedagogical Teacher Preparation for Pre-Service Computer Science Teachers: Rational and Implementation
Rhine D., Martin F., Using Robotics to Integrate Mathematics and Physical Concepts
Romeike R., What´s my Challenge? The Forgotten Part of Problem Solving in Computer Science Education
Salanci L., Understanding Algorithms and Programming
Schulte C., Duality Reconstruction – Teaching Software Artifacts from a Socio-Technical Perspective
Sendova E., Stefanova E., Nikolova N., Kovatcheva E., To be Like a (School of) Fish in the Water (or ICT-enhanced Skills in Action)
Siller H.-S., Two Subjects Sharing One Concept Functions as Structuring Principles in Mathematics and Informatics Education
Snajder L., Gunis J., Gunisová V., How Students Think and Solve Algorithmic Problems – Findings from a Programming Gompetition
Steinert M., Schneider R., Implicit Learning Objectives, Functional Modeling and Recursion
Sysło M.M., Kwiatkowska A.B., The Challenging Face of Informatics Education in Poland
Tort F., Blondel F.M., Bruillard E., Spreadsheet Knowledge and Skills of French Secondary School Students: Case Studies from the DidaTab Project
Vitukhnovskaya A.A., Marchenko T.S., A Teacher’s Activity in Designing Education with the Use of ICT
Weigend M., To Have or to Be? Possessing Data versus Being in a State – Two Different Intuitive Concepts Used in Informatics
Wu Cheng-Chih, Tseng I-Chih, Huang Shih-Lung, Visualization of Program Behaviors: Physical Robots vs. Robot Simulators
Yovcheva B.B., Spiral Teaching of Programming to 10-11 Year Old Pupils After Having Passed First Training (Based on the Language C++)
Zielińska J., Applying Algorithmic Reasoning in Education of Children with Hearing Impairments