CTE-STEM stands for International Conference on Computational Thinking Education and STEM Education. CTE-STEM 22 is the 6th international conference organized by APSCE. In 2022 the conference will be co-organized by LDE-CEL at the TU Delft in the Netherlands, The Education University Hong Kong, and CoolThink@JC . The conference will be hybrid on 15-17 June 2022. CTE-STEM 2022 will be the most remarkable event of the Programme for worldwide sharing of ideas as well as dissemination of findings and outcomes on the implementation of computational thinking development. The conference will comprise keynote speeches, invited speeches, panel discussions, workshops, and paper presentations.
Proceedings of past conferences:
CoolThink@JC is created and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, and co-created by The Education University of Hong Kong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and City University of Hong Kong. CoolThink@JC strives to inspire students to apply digital creativity in their daily lives and prepare them to tackle future challenges in any field. Through computational thinking education, the Programme aspires to empower students to move beyond mere technology consumption and into problem-solving, creation and innovation.
Local Organizing Committee
Sylvia Walsarie Wolff MSc.
Xiaoling Zhang MSc.
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- Computational Thinking
- Computational Thinking and Coding Education in K-12
- Computational Thinking and Unplugged Activities in K-12
- Computational Thinking and Subject Learning and Teaching in K-12.
- Computational Thinking and Teacher Development
- Computational Thinking and IoT
- Computational Thinking and STEM/STEAM Education
- Computational Thinking and Data Science
- Computational Thinking and Artificial Intelligence Education
- Computational Thinking Development in Higher Education
- Computational Thinking and Special Education Needs
- Computational Thinking and Evaluation
- Computational Thinking and Non-formal Learning
- Computational Thinking and Psychological Studies
- Computational Thinking in Educational Policy
- General Submission to Computational Thinking Education
All submissions will be reviewed anonymously by at least three International Programme Committee (IPC) Members and the Co-Chairs.