Computational Thinking in Schools 2021 Conference, 29 September to 2 October (online)
September 13, 2021
CSpathshala proudly announces the third CTiS, Computational Thinking in Schools conference taking place 29 September to 2 October 2021 at School of Scholars, Nagpur. Owing to the pandemic, the conference will be held in the virtual format.
CTiS is an annual event organised by ACM India (Association for Computing Machinery) and the CSpathshala community. It aims to bring together teachers, educators, and researchers to discuss issues of curriculum, pedagogy, policy, and implementation, related to bringing computational thinking to schools.
Our four-day conference features keynote speakers Hal Abelson (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US); Manish Jain (IIT Gandhinagar); Patricia Ordóñez (University of Puerto Rico Río Piedras); and Wolfgang Slany (TU Graz, Austria). The conference also features a workshop on CT and inclusion, conducted by Supriya Dey (Vision Empower) and Manohar Swaminathan (Microsoft Research, Bengaluru), and presentations of selected abstracts with sessions on the implementation of computational thinking, fun activities, and innovative examples used by teachers in classrooms.
For program and registration details please visit the CTiS2021 conference site at https://sites.google.com/view/ctis2021.
The event is open to all educators as well as those involved and interested in computing education. Registration is free. To register, visit https://acm-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PDuCo2V8QJivxoeNZBLPiw.
We look forward to your participation! Please feel free to extend the invite in your networks.
For any questions related to the conference, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
CTiS2021 Organising Committee