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ISSEP proceedings

The International Conference on Informatics in Schools: Situation, Evolution and Perspectives (ISSEP) is a forum for researchers and practitioners in the area of Informatics education, in both primary and secondary schools. The conference provides an opportunity for educators and researchers to reflect upon the goals and objectives of this subject matter, its curricula, various teaching and learning paradigms and topics, as well as the connections to everyday life — including the various ways of developing Informatics Education in schools.

Here below are the links to download the different submissions for this edition of the conference.


Paper Session: Computational Thinking

Towards Classification of Interactive Non-Programming Tasks Promoting Computational Thinking, Tomas Šiaulys and Valentina Dagienė (paper (pdf, 667 kB))

Tell, Draw & Code – Teachers’ Intention to a Narrative Introduction of Computational Thinking. Karin Tengler, Oliver Kastner-Hauler and Barbara Sabitzer (paper (pdf, 1 MB))

Computational Thinking in Context across Curriculum: Students’ and Teacher’s Perspective. Natasa Grgurina and Sabiha Yeni (paper (pdf, 320 kB))

Paper Session: Bebras Challenge

A Multi-Dimensional Approach to Categorize Short Tasks. Christian Datzko (paper (pdf, 405 kB))

Aspects of Designing a Successful Bebras Challenge. Christian Datzko and Susanne Datzko (paper (pdf, 1,7 MB))

Paper Session: Professional Development

Encouraging Task Creation among Programming Teachers in Primary Schools. Jacqueline Staub, Zaheer Chothia, Larissa Schrempp and Pascal Wacker (paper (pdf, 495 kB))

Professional Development for In-service Teachers of Programming: Evaluation of a University Level Program. Majid Rouhani, Miriam Lillebo, Veronica Farshchian and Monica Divitini (paper (pdf, 263 kB))

Problems, Professional Development and Reflection: Experiences of High-School, Computer Science Teachers in Serbia. Vojislav Vujosevic (paper (pdf, 181 kB))

Paper Session: Programming Education

Teaching Recursion in High School — A Constructive Approach. Dennis Komm (paper (pdf, 330 kB))

Why Young Programmers Should Make Game Art: A Study from a Game-making Course. Mária Karpielová (paper (pdf, 308 kB))

First Programming Course in Business Studies: Content, Approach, and Achievement. Djordje Kadijevich (paper (pdf, 576 kB))

Paper Session: Advancing Computing Education

Towards a Compulsory Computing Curriculum at Primary and Lower-secondary Schools: The Case of Czechia. Jiří Vaníček (paper (pdf, 271 kB))

Girls’ Summer School for Physical Computing: Methodology and Acceptance Issues. Gabrielė Stupurienė, Anita Juškevičienė, Tatjana Jevsikova and Valentina Dagienė (paper (pdf, 558 kB))

Computing in Pre-primary Education with Coloured Paths. Daniela Bezáková, Andrea Hrušecká and Roman Hrušecký (paper (pdf, 580 kB))


Concept of a Web-based Application for Transforming Learning Patterns into Learning Packages. Bernhard Standl and Nadine Schlomske-Bodenstein.(poster (pdf, 283 kB))

Solving Bebras Tasks: Does the Order Matter? Jean-Philippe Pellet and Gabriel Parriaux. (poster (pdf, 459 kB))

Development of an Interactive Online Learning Environment with Focus on Algorithmic Tasks. Dario Naepfer. (poster (pdf, 1,1 MB))

H5P in the Educational Context – Methodological Applicability in the Classroom. Katharina Brugger, Lukas Pagitz and Andreas Bollin. (poster (pdf, 140 kB))

Design and development of an instrument to investigate high-school students' understanding of iteration. Emanuele Scapin and Claudio Mirolo. (poster (pdf, 163 kB))

Gamification for developing computational thinking in blended-learning environment: students’ motivation and assessment problems. Vaida Masiulionytė-Dagienė. (poster (pdf, 132 kB))

Inverted User Stories and Topic-Centered Classification as ideas for embedding ethics into computer science education. Simon Kluge and Kerstin Strecker. (poster (pdf, 425 kB))


Computational Problem Solving with Plethora. Michal Armoni, Judith Gal-Ezer, Michal Haskel-Ittah, Rami Marelly, and Smadar Szekely. (workshop (pdf, 75 kB))