CBIE-2016 - WIE
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XXII Workshop on Informatics in School (WIE)

Chairs:

Elizabeth Matos Rocha – UFGD – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Eduardo Takahashi – UFU – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Emeli Luz – UFU – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Fábio Henrique Noboru Abe – UFGD – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Workshop on Informatics in School (WIE) is sponsored by the Special Committee on Informatics in Education (CEIE), whose main goal is the disclosure of national initiatives for using Information and Communication Technologies in schools. The papers submitted to the event must have a practical nature, such as transfer of research results to the school or the systematic reporting of experiments involving the use of technology at school. Therefore, the goals of WIE are different from those of the Brazilian Symposium on Informatics in Education (SBIE), which is more focused on the dissemination of scientific production on technology in education. The WIE had its first edition in 1995 and by 2010 was a satellite event of the Brazilian Computer Society. As of 2011 it became a joint event of the SBIE.

Note: The authors of the three best full papers will be invited to submit an extended version to the Brazilian Journal of Informatics in Education (RBIE).

Submission and Selection

Full paper submissions for the SBIE 2016 should be submitted through JEMS in a pdf file only. As the review process will be anonymized, authors should omit any information that could identify them in the paper. Papers that do not follow this recommendation will be automatically excluded from the review process. All submissions must necessarily follow the SBC template for paper publications. Some additional rules must be observed:

  • full papers should be between 08 (eight) and 10 (ten) pages including tables, figures, and references;
  • short papers should be between 04 (four) and 05 (five) pages including tables, figures, and references;
  • submissions must not have been previously published nor be under evaluation or editing for publication elsewhere;
  • each paper should be submitted for one track only. Papers submitted to more than one track will be immediately rejected;
  • the paper’s cover page should not contain any identification of the authors (the ones having any kind of identification will be immediately rejected);
  • in case of acceptance, the authors should include their personal information (name, affiliation, e-mail, as well as other needed information to the paper – e.g., citations to other works of the authors);
  • the paper should have a section describing the employed scientific methodology;
  • the paper should have a result analysis section, highlighting the technological contributions for the teaching/learning process;
  • it is strongly recommended to cite papers published in previous editions of the RBIE and/or in the proceedings of WIE and SBIE, whose papers can be found here for free;
  • papers can be written in Portuguese, English or Spanish;
  • incomplete submissions (all data requested by JEMS and the corresponding file properly loaded according to the established rules) will be immediately rejected;
  • papers will be selected from the review by members of CBIE/WIE program committee. The review process will be conducted anonymously (blind review) and any submission will be reviewed by at least two reviewers, with a third reviewer if necessary.

Accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of the CBIE 2016 as long as at least one author has completed his/her registration for the event.

For the authors who wish to present some work done in the classroom and for those who are still unfamiliar with the publication of scientific papers, we suggest the following paper structure:

  • INTRODUCTION: an overview of the subject including the work goals and its relevance.
  • METHODS: the scientific methodology such as procedures, strategies, techniques and tools, documents, equipment, environment, among others including, if appropriate, the statistical methodology used
  • RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: descrição e discussão dos resultados obtidos.
  • CONCLUSIONS: authors’ conclusions based on the results, relating them to the work’s goals.

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Important Dates

  • Deadline for paper submissions: Jun 14, 2016 (until 11:59pm)
  • Notification of acceptance: July 31, 2016
  • Camera-ready version: August 7, 2016
  • Deadline for author’s registration: September 15, 2016

 

Tracks (WIE)

Track 1: Usage Experience Reports of Information and Communication Digital Technologies (TDIC) in Education

Chairs

Elizabeth Matos Rocha (UFGD) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Claudia Regina Tinós Peviani (UFGD) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This track includes the following topics of interest, but are not limited to:

  • Teaching specific content enriched by TDIC
  • Teaching and learning mediated by computer
  • Integration of TDIC in the curriculum
  • Informatics in school and in the classroom, including experiences with the Internet
  • Experiences in the project ‘One Computer per Student’ (UCA)
  • Experiences with mobile devices in school
  • Informatics applied to the learning of classroom content
  • Collaborative projects supported by technology
  • Experiences with social networking, web 2.0 and virtual learning communities
  • Technological experiences associated with the maker movement;

Track 2: Human Resources Training for the Use of Information and Communication Digital Technologies (TDIC) in Education

Chairs

Emeli Borges Pereira Luz – UFU – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Arlindo José de Souza Júnior (UFU) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This track includes the following topics of interest, but are not limited to:

  • Theoretical perspectives and strategies on educators training for the use of TDIC;
  • New training scenarios for digital education
  • Usage experiences of TDIC and new approaches to training
  • Social networks and online communities for the educators training
  • Web 2.0 and the educators training
  • Digital literacy and professional development
  • Technologies and platforms for training
  • Mobile technologies and mobile learning in training

Track 3: Impacts of Information and Communication Digital Technologies (TDIC) in the Society

Chairs

Ismar Frango (Mackenzie/SP) – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Eduardo Takahashi (UFU) - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This track includes the following topics of interest, but are not limited to:

  • Public policies for informatics in education
  • Ethical, psychological, and pedagogical grounds for informatics in education
  • e-learning, b-learning, and m-learning and their impact in the society
  • Informatics in the special education
  • Digital inclusion
  • Social networks, society, and education
  • Digital literacy and trans literacies
  • Free software in education
  • New usage trends of TDIC in education

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