Computer Science Education publishes high-quality papers with a specific focus on teaching and learning within the computing discipline. The journal seeks novel contributions that are accessible and of interest to researchers and practitioners alike. We invite work with learners of all ages and across both classroom and out-of-classroom learning contexts. We welcome submissions that are situated in the computing education research literature and draw on diverse theories and research methods, including those that borrow from allied fields such as educational psychology, cognitive science, and the learning sciences. Papers may present work at various scales, from lab-based small-scale investigations to classroom interventions to national/international policy or implementation analyses. The journal is not dedicated to any single research orientation. It welcomes a variety of methods, e.g., quantitative, qualitative, experimental, case-study, computational, or mixed-methods work, as long as these methods rigorously address the questions posed by authors.
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