This Special Issue (SI) aims to advance the theoretical and practical knowledge related to the use of technology for CT in education. Research (including case studies, empirical studies, design-based research, design-based implementation research, and theoretical papers) on the following topics (but not limited to) across different educational levels (e.g., primary, secondary, etc.) and types (e.g., formal, informal, etc.) are welcome:
- Design and implementation of CT tools and technologies
- Educational technologies and tools for CT development.
- Educational technologies and tools for CT assessment
- Educational technology and innovative instructional approaches as related to CT and teachers’ education and training
- CT for STEM education
- Motivational and other issues related to learning CT, and at how these might differ across age groups, gender, etc.
- Professional development of teachers and educators to do CT education
- Development of curricula for CT education
- CT development using educational robots and physical devices
- Ahmed Tlili. Smart Learning Institute of Beijing Normal University, China
- Daniel Burgos. Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (UNIR), Spain
- Chee-Kit Looi. National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Extended to March, 2022