The i* Framework, facilitating goal-oriented information systems modeling, has received much attention as part of the CAiSE conference series. This year we propose a more focused workshop, covering topics related to i* and goal-oriented pedagogy. As the i* and related frameworks have been in existence for more than 20 years, researchers around the world have accumulated experience in teaching i* and related languages (e.g., GRL and Tropos), at both the undergraduate and graduate level, to students with a wide variety of backgrounds (e.g., computer science, information management, business analysts). We aim to provide an opportunity to share and discuss such experiences. Relevant topics include organization of teaching materials, goal-oriented learning objectives, i* complexity in course material, differentiation for different audiences, prerequisites, and learning curve. The objective of the workshop is to share knowledge, stimulate discussion, foster improved i* teaching practices, and increase inclusion of i* in educational content.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: