About the Journal

RiCE seeks to publish high-quality, original research that investigates various aspects of the integration of computer science in education. The journal welcomes contributions from multiple disciplines, including but not limited to computer science and education, instructional design, and human-computer interaction. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Computational Thinking in Education: Examining the integration of computational thinking skills into educational curricula at different levels, and exploring its impact on problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills.
  • Educational Technology and Tools: Investigating the design, development, and evaluation of educational software, mobile applications, virtual reality environments, and other digital tools aimed at enhancing teaching and learning experiences.
  • Computer-Mediated Learning Environments: Exploring the effectiveness of online learning platforms, virtual classrooms, and other computer-mediated environments in facilitating interactive and engaging learning experiences.
  • Data Analytics and Learning Analytics: Utilizing data mining, machine learning, and predictive analytics techniques to analyze educational data and derive insights into student learning behaviors, performance patterns, and instructional effectiveness.
  • Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: Investigating how collaborative learning environments supported by computer technologies can promote knowledge construction, peer interaction, and teamwork skills among students.
  • Computer Science Education Policies and Practices: Examining national and international policies, standards, and initiatives related to computer science education, and identifying best practices for curriculum development, teacher training, and educational reform efforts.
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Computing Education: Addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in computer science education, and exploring strategies to broaden participation and increase representation among underrepresented groups in STEM fields.