The program for the doctoral consortium on Sunday October 22, is on its dedicated page.

Here is a direct link to the open-access Springer proceedings.
Here is a link to Zenodo’s collection for the local proceedings and their full text.

This program is also available as a PDF file (but is included in printed form in the welcome bag).

Monday, October 23, 2023—ISSEP Day 1, Teachers’ Day/edu-i-day

08:30 – 09:00 B21, Hall Arrival & registration for main conference
09:00 – 09:15 B21-308 Opening Address
09:15 – 10:15 B21-308 Keynote 1: Lauren Margulieux
Computing Across the Curriculum: CS Knowledge and Skills that Everyone Values (abstract)
10:15 – 10:45 B21, Hall Break
10:45 – 12:05 B21-308 Regular talks: Teachers. Session chair: Gabriel Parriaux
  1. Measuring Didactical Competencies for Informatics Education among Prospective Primary School Teachers (doi/pdf)
    Christin Nenner and Nadine Bergner
  2. Supporting Non-CS-Teachers with Programming Lessons (doi/pdf)
    Svetlana Unkovic and Martina Landman
  3. Evaluating the New Secondary CS Curriculum in the Netherlands—The Teachers’ Perspective (doi/pdf)
    Nataša Grgurina, Jos Tolboom, and Bart Penning de Vries
  4. Navigating the Implementation of the Curriculum Digital Education in Austrian Secondary Schools: Challenges and Teacher Perspectives (doi/pdf)
    Corinna Hörmann, Eva Schmidthaler, and Barbara Sabitzer
12:05 – 13:25 C33 Cafeteria Lunch
13:25 – 14:25 B21 Workshops in parallel, session 1
14:25 – 14:30 Mini transition break
14:30 – 15:30 B21 Workshops in parallel, session 2
15:30 – 15:35 Mini transition break
15:35 – 16:35 B21 Workshops in parallel, session 3
16:35 – 18:00 B21, Hall Welcome apéro
16:40 – 17:10 B21-341 SVIA/SSIE/SSII General Assembly

Tuesday, October 24, 2023—ISSEP Day 2

08:45 – 09:00 B21, Hall Registration for late arrivals
09:00 – 10:00 B21-308 Keynote 2: Shuchi Grover
Teaching AI in K-12: Examples, Issues & Guidance from K-12 CS Education Research (abstract)
10:00 – 10:40 B21-308 Regular talks: AI (part 1). Session chair: Valentina Dagienė
  1. Education and Awareness for Artificial Intelligence (doi/pdf)
    Martin Kandlhofer, Petra Weixelbraun, Manuel Menzinger, Gerald Steinbauer-Wagner, and Ágoston Kemenesi
  2. What is AI-PACK? Outline of AI competencies for teaching with DPACK (doi/pdf)
    Uwe Lorenz and Ralf Romeike
10:40 – 11:10 B21, Hall Break
11:10 – 12:30 B21-308 Regular talks, track 1: Bebras and Problem Solving. Session chair: Greg Lee
  1. All Green: How Different Age Groups Solved the Same Bebras Task (doi/pdf)
    Carlo Bellettini, Violetta Lonati, Mattia Monga, and Anna Morpurgo
  2. Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge: Comparing numbers, examining reasons, and investigating recommendations (doi/pdf)
    Martin Kandlhofer, Wilfried Baumann, Gerald Futschek, Liam Baumann, and Steven Ludwig
  3. Insights and Conclusions from Analyzing the Hungarian Bebras Initiative in 2021-2022 (doi/pdf)
    Zsuzsa Pluhár and Bence Gaál
  4. The Function of Note-Taking in Problem Solving in the Computer Science Escape Game Room-X (doi/pdf)
    Alexander Hacke and Nadine Dittert
B21-313 Regular talks, track 2: Robotics and Unplugged Modalities. Session chair: Gabrielė Stupurienė
  1. Identifying Computational Thinking Behaviors in the Robotics Programming Activity (doi/pdf)
    Megumi Iwata, Kati Mäkitalo, and Jari Laru
  2. Combining Models to Orchestrate an Instructional Scenario Fostering Computational Thinking in Educational Robotics (doi/pdf)
    Frankie Dubois, Stéphanie Burton, Patrick Wang, and Morgane Chevalier
  3. Effects of the use of robots on algorithm, decentration, and locating in the plane skills (doi/pdf)
    Emma Schenkenberg van Mierop, Acsa-Loriane Schmidt, and Morgane Chevalier
  4. Teachers’ Knowledge in Informatics—Exploring Educational Robotics Resources Through the Lens of Textual Data Analysis (doi/pdf)
    Gabriel Parriaux, Christophe Reffay, Béatrice Drot-Delange, and Mehdi Khaneboubi
12:30 – 14:00 C33 Cafeteria Lunch
14:00 – 14:45 B21, Hall Poster session
14:45 – 15:45 B21-308 Regular talks: Gender Barriers. Session chair: Violetta Lonati
  1. Easy Coding in Biology: Combining Block-Based Programming Tasks with Biological Education to Encourage Computational Thinking in Girls (doi/pdf)
    Eva Schmidthaler, Corinna Hörmann, David Hornsby, Anneliese Fraser, Martin Cápay, and Barbara Sabitzer
  2. Breaking Gender Barriers in Computer Science: Exploring the Impact of Digital Fabrication Workshops in Smart Environments (doi/pdf)
    Nadine Dittert, Mareike Daeglau, Pancratz Nils, and Ira Diethelm
  3. Supporting gender equality in computer science through pre-introductory programming courses (doi/pdf)
    András Margitay-Becht and Udayan Das
15:45 – 16:00 B21, Hall Break
16:00 – 16:40 B21-308 Regular talks, track 1: AI (part 2). Session chair: Giovanni Serafini
  1. Implementing a Portable Learning Lab on Artificial Intelligence: It’s AI in a Box! (doi/pdf)
    Annabel Lindner, Marc Berges, Mathias Rösch, and Florian Franke
  2. Artificial Intelligence in Primary and Secondary Education: a Review of Educational Activities Development (doi/pdf)
    Sébastien Combéfis
B21-313 Regular talks, track 2: Chatbots and Quantum Computing. Session chair: Gerald Futschek
  1. Investigating the Role of ChatGPT in Supporting Text-Based Programming Education for Students and Teachers (doi/pdf)
    Markus Wieser, Klaus Schöffmann, Daniela Stefanics, Andreas Bollin, and Stefan Pasterk
  2. Teaching Quantum Informatics at School: Computer Science Principles and Standards (doi/pdf)
    Giulia Paparo, Regina Finsterhoelzl, Bettina Waldvogel, and Mareen Grillenberger
16:40 – 16:45 Mini transition break
16:45 – 17:45 B21-308 (Yet Another) Panel on AI in K-12 Computing Education
Moderated by Tilman Michaeli
Participants: Shuchi Grover, Valentina Dagienė, Martin Kandlhofer, and Marc Berges
17:45 – 18:30 Move to conference dinner
18:30 – 22:30 Conference dinner: Les Jardins de PAM

Wednesday, October 25, 2023—ISSEP Day 3

09:00 – 10:00 B21-308 Keynote 3: Helmut Schauer
Informatics in Schools and Everyday Life (abstract)
10:00 – 10:05 Mini transition break
10:05 – 10:45 B21-308 Regular talks, track 1: CS with Other Disciplines. Session chair: Jacqueline Staub
  1. Bridging the Gap: Infusing Natural Science Classes with Computer Science Concepts and Skills (doi/pdf)
    Elena Yanakieva, Annette Bieniusa, Brian Moser, Thomas Becka, Dominik Jerger, and Christoph Thyssen
  2. Computational Thinking from Preschool to University: The Versatility of UML Modeling in Education (doi/pdf)
    Nina Angela Lobnig and Corinna Mößlacher
B21-313 Regular talks, track 2: CS Unplugged. Session chair: Sébastien Combéfis
  1. Reshaping Unplugged Computer Science Workshops for Primary School Education (doi/pdf)
    Martina Landman, Sophie Rain, Laura Kovacs, and Gerald Futschek
  2. Unplugged revisited. Computer Science Education with a computer in the background (doi/pdf)
    Maciej M. Sysło
10:45 – 11:15 B21, Hall Break
11:15 – 11:55 B21-308 Regular talks, track 1: Programming 1. Session chair: Zsuzsa Pluhár
  1. Computational Thinking Readiness of High School Students in Taiwan (doi/pdf)
    Greg Lee, Jia-Yi Chen, and Yu-Wen Yang
  2. Investigating Code Smells in K-12 Students’ Programming Projects: Impact on Comprehensibility and Modifiability (doi/pdf)
    Verena Gutmann, Elena Starke, and Tilman Michaeli
B21-313 Regular talks, track 2: Programming 2. Session chair: Andreas Bollin
  1. MazeMastery—A Python Framework for Teaching Maze-Traversal in High School (doi/pdf)
    Jacqueline Staub, Raphaël Baur, and Jens Hartmann
  2. An Exploratory Investigation on High-School Students’ Understanding of Threads (doi/pdf)
    Emanuele Scapin, Nicola Dalla Pozza, and Claudio Mirolo
11:55 – 12:00 Mini transition break
12:00 – 12:20 B21-308 Partner talk: Claire Conneely and Verónica Gebhardt, Google
Breaking Barriers: Six barriers holding girls back from choosing Computer Science across Europe
12:20 – 12:40 B21-308 Awards, annoucement of next events, official closing
12:40 – 14:30 C33 Cafeteria Lunch
14:30 – 18:30 Excursion: Walk and Wine in Lavaux
(alcohol-free option included)