Working Joint IFIP Conference:
WG3.1 Secondary Education, WG3.5 Primary Education
Informatics, Mathematics, and ICT:
a ‘golden triangle’
Boston, Massachusetts, USA  27th – 29th June 2007
IMICT 2007
Conference Themes
Using ICT for enhancing learning
Teaching / learning strategies
Improving classroom teaching
In-service education and training
Special challenges
New Media
Fundamentals of Informatics Education
Information literacy
Problem solving, modelling and programming
Understanding of informatics systems
Best practice examples
Development of learning aids
International educational standards
Mathematics teaching and learning
ICT and Mathematics
Simulation models and tools
New didactics
The conference will be held at Northeastern University under the sponsorship of their College of Computer and Information Science that celebrates its 25th year in 2007.
Conference activities
Full papers of high quality, describing unpublished, original scientific research related to one of the topics mentioned or to the overall conference theme (max 10 pages) are invited.
Papers describing novel didactical approaches, methods, tools, findings, interpretations, explanations, or other contributions presented in a solid scientific framework, including empirical evaluation are most welcome.
All proposals will be refereed; acceptance is subject to the outcome of the review process.

A book of abstracts, including paper abstracts, details of panels, workshops, focus groups and adversarial debates, will be published and made available to conference attendees.
All full and short papers, together with the text from the book of abstracts, will be published on a conference CD-ROM. All conference attendees will receive a copy.
Selected papers will be published in a special edition of the internationally refereed journal “Education and Information Technologies”.