Full and short papers
Papers should be 6-8 pages including abstracts and references, and should adhere to the conference paper submission guidelines given in the full paper template.
We also seek short submissions (2-3 pages) that describe work in progress, short learning interventions, teaching experiences and more. This work will be presented in the form of a poster in the final conference. We expect to receive your short paper and upon acceptance your poster.
The paper template (for full and short papers) contains information about how to format the content of your paper. Submissions could be in the English or Greek language and should be submitted via Easy Chair platform.
- Educational robotics in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths
- Evidence-based approaches towards reducing ESL and school failure
- Learning interventions and success stories in preventing ESL and school failure with the support of educational robotics and other digital technologies
- The role of technology in school engagement
- Playful and creative approaches to learning towards ESL and school failure prevention
- Working with early school leavers or students at risk of school disengagement– needs & challenges