Call for Papers


Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

Tools and techniques with technological underpinning for computational thinking assessment

  • Visualization techniques
  • Learning analytics
  • Recommender systems

Pedagogical underpinning for computational thinking assessment

  • Computational thinking assessment methods (for STEM and other subjects)
  • Relevant measurements for computational thinking assessment
  • Experiences of integration of multiple assessment approaches to measure cognitive, social, and programming skills/attitude


The following paper categories are welcome:
  • Full papers: description of novel theoretical, empirical or development work on CT assessment, including a substantial contribution to the field (up to 12 pages).
  • Work in progress (short papers): ongoing research and current approaches on investigating the field, with initial insights for the community (up to 8 pages).
  • Demos: prototypes, design studies, and tools for the support of CT assessment, which can be demoed and discussed (up to 6 pages).

Submissions will be handled through EasyChair ( All contributions will be peer-reviewed by at least two members of the programme committee evaluating their originality, significance, and rigor. Accepted papers will be published in CEUR-WS series which is (as a rule) indexed in SCOPUS and DBLP. More information about proceedings indexing can be found in CEUR-WS FAQ. The use of supplied LaTeX template is mandatory.