Day #1: Wednesday, October 25


Opening Ceremony


Plenary Talk

“Teaching tools and methods for encouraging student engagement without overloading staff”

Prof. John Anthony RossiterUniversity of Sheffield, United Kingdom


Coffee Break


Track 5

Auditorium I

Track 13

Auditorium II

  • 24 – Cost-Oriented prototyping of a Soil Moisture Sensor for Precision Agriculture. João Paulo Coelho, José Gonçalves and Leinira Gomes.
  • 51 – Robustness increase of a ceramics finishing prototype: Towards meeting industry requisites. Mariano Alvarez, Laiany Suganuma Branca-ião, Jorge Carneiro, Paulo Costa, João Paulo Coelho and José Gonçalves.
  • 77 – A Hybrid Robot’s Leg’s Design, Modeling & Control. Rui Pedro Ferreira, Paulo Costa, José Lima and Vitor Pinto.
  • 89 – The Integration of Project-Based Learning in Educational Robotics: Exploring Competition Robots using the EASYbot Platform. Jonatan Ruiz-de-Garibay, Pablo Garaizar and Aitor Almeida.
  • 90 – Health Monitoring Kiosk: A Use Case of the DM4O Design Methodology. Inés Alvarez Icaza, Jonathan Montalvo-Urquizo and Omar Huerta.
  • 122 – Mobile robot prototypes with different locomotion configurations. Gonçalo Garganta, José Lima and Paulo Costa.
  • 131 – Planetary Gear Train for Dragster Robot. Lucas Borges, Arthur Rocha, Edilson Ferreira and João Ribeiro.
  • 137 – Playing Tic-Tac-Toe with Dobot Magician: An Experiment to Engage Students for Engineering Studies. Daniel Oliveira, Vítor Filipe and Paulo Moura Oliveira.
  • 139 – PlantSTEM: plant science based robotics for STEM engagement. Nelson Enrique Hernández Gallego, Ramon Vilanova, Montserrat Meneses and Carles Pedret.
  • 146 – Simulation model of a Time of Flight distance sensor using SimTwo. Laiany Suganuma Brancalião, Mariano Alvarez, Miguel À. Conde, Paulo Costa and José Gonçalves.
  • 181 – An Approach to Environmental Cleanup through Conceptual Autonomous Technology. Carlos Balsa, Victoria Otero-Espinar and Sílvio Gama.
  • 27 – Behavioral intention to use mobile devices for assessment in pre-service teachers: A gender or an initial training issue? Alberto Ortiz-López, Susana Olmos-Migueláñez and José Carlos Sánchez-Prieto.
  • 37 – Computational thinking assessment: Contributions to the development of complex thinking in higher education. Paloma Suárez-Brito, Berenice Alfaro-Ponce, Carlos E. George-Reyes and Edgar O. Lopez-Caudana.
  • 40 – Content validation of a satisfaction survey for a training activity for a company based on empirical comparison by expert judgment.Jessica Uribe.
  • 58 – Flipped classroom model effectiveness in academic performance of university students. Mónica Delgado Fabián, Laura María Yeomans Galli, Magda Alicia Leal Garza, Irma Jarquín Arellanes and H. Lizette Menchaca Torre.
  • 118 – Towards disruptive and dialogic assessment systems supported by technology. David Sousa, Iratxe Menchaca, Priscila Doran and Nuno Charneca.
  • 119 – Factors influencing school effectiveness in Spain. A secondary analysis of PISA 2018. Cristina Frade Martínez, Adriana Gamazo and Susana Olmos-Migueláñez.
  • 132 -Design and educational innovation: development of a new emotional design evaluation methodology. Angel Daniel Munoz Guzman.
  • 149 – Neuro-symbolic method for knowledge extraction from learners’ evaluation results. Zahoua Amoura, Farida Bouarab-Dahmani and Samia Lazib.
  • 180 – Contextual factors and teaching strategies associated with educational equity in Secondary Education in Spain: PISA 2018. Marina García-Herrero, Fernando Martínez-Abad and Maria Jose Rodriguez-Conde.
  • 32 – Challenge-Based Entrepreneurship: Fostering Innovation and Sustainable Solutions. Arturo Molina, Daniel Cortés, Jhonattan Miranda and José-Bernardo Rosas-Fernández.
  • 17 – The MKM: Identify and Assess Complexity and Prior Knowledge in your Math Didactics. Àlex Miró Mediano, Marc Alier Forment and Javier Mora Serrano.


Lunch Break


Track 11

Auditorium I

Track 12

Auditorium II

  • 111 – Fighting information disorder one academic work at a time: how students handle mis-, dis and mal-information. Ricardo Morais and Valeriano Piñeiro-Naval.
  • 117 – Are journalists no longer needed? Comparative analysis of the perceived quality of real news and ChatGPT news. João Pedro Baptista and Anabela Gradim.
  • 140 – Unlocking long-term engagement with citizen science: communication strategies driven by complex thinking under an AI-assisted approach. Jorge Carlos Sanabria-Z, Inna Artemova, Amadeo Argüelles and Pamela Olivo.
  • 155 – Production of videos by students as a way of learning: an experience in higher education engineering courses. Paula Maria Barros, Flora Silva and João E. Ribeiro.
  • 120 – Teachers’ Role in an EFL Classroom. Analyzing the Use of Different Methodologies in Face-To-Face, Blended and Online Classrooms: A Case Study. Julián Alberto López Torres, Juan Pablo Hernández and Azucena Hernández Martín.
  • 104 – Challenge Based Learning in Entrepreneurship Education: Empowering Competencies Towards the Sustainable Development Goals. May Portuguez Castro.
  • 113 – Raising Awareness to Waste Collection and Recycling in Urban Spaces. Nina Bohon, Olivier Durand, Charlotte Emmelot, Koen Hellemans, Lukas Jasny, Kathrin Reisinger, Abel J. Duarte, Benedita Malheiro, Cristina Ribeiro, Jorge Justo, Manuel Silva, Paulo Ferreira and Pedro Guedes.
  • 19 – Social robotics and development of investigative skills: complex thinking as a pivotal notion to produce academic documents. Carlos Enrique George-Reyes, Edgar Omar López-Caudana and Paloma Suárez-Brito.
  • 14 – Can social networks influence the conception and expression of gender? Erika Ledesma Diego and David Caballero Franco.
  • 41 -Unveiling the transformative power of plants in a hyperconnected reality. Alberto Sánchez-Rojo and Judith Martín-Lucas.
  • 42 – The relationship between the meanings of digital media. Fernando Araujo, Aluisio Pereira, Francisco Milton, Alex Gomes and Fernando Moreira.
  • 50 – The context of Spanish curriculum reform: Digital Competence, Education for Sustainable Development and the emotional approach. L. Belén Espejo Villar, M. Luján Lázaro Herrero, Verónica Cobano-Delgado Palma and Antonio Luzón Trujillo.
  • 68 – Nature deficit: the importance of contact with nature from an early age. Alicia Murciano-Hueso, David Caballero Franco, Bárbara-Mariana Gutiérrez-Pérez and Jesús Ruedas-Caletrio.
  • 74 – Cultural identity through 3D modeling: Learning national architecture heritage based on Hologram technology. Svetlana Karkina, Karina Klyuchnikova, Juanjo Mena and Liliya Mukhametzyanova.
  • 108 – Nature deficit disorder and technological surplus: Implications for Individual Identity Development and Educational Solutions. María Teresa Silva Fernández, Cristina Rodríguez San Segundo, Judith Martín Lucas, Sara Serrate González and José Manuel Muñoz Rodríguez.
  • 168 – Equity in hyperconnectivity: are there gender differences in the metaverses? Iris Cristina Peláez-Sánchez and Davis Velarde-Camaqui.


Track 2

Auditorium I

Track 9

Auditorium II

  • 13 – Leveraging on Generative AI to Teach Undergraduate Software Engineering: A Collaborative Prompt Catalogue. Juan Antonio Pereira, Juan Miguel López, Maider Azanza, Óscar Díaz and Xabier Garmendia.
  • 15 – Possible Applications of ChatGPT in Higher Education. Jelica Stanojević, Miroslav Minović and Uroš Šošević.
  • 20 – Exploring the Impact of ChatGPT on Education: A Case of Study on Spanish Tweets. Andres Muñoz, Rubén Baena-Pérez, Antonio Balderas, Manuel Palomo-Duarte, Juan Antonio Caballero-Hernández, José Miguel Mota and Juan Manuel Dodero.
  • 64 – ChatGPT in the teaching and learning initial programming: a case study. José Figueiredo and Francisco García-Peñalvo.
  • 66 – Training Teaching Personnel in Incorporating Generative Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education: A Complex Thinking Approach. Maria-Soledad Ramirez-Montoya, Luis Magdiel Oliva-Córdova and Azeneth Patino.
  • 129 – Management and Integration of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Educational Settings: Challenges, Opportu-nities, and Ethical Considerations. Marc Alier Forment, María José Casany Guerrero and Daniel Amo-Filva.
  • 162 – Transforming Education through Integrating AI: A Systematic Mapping Review for Enhanced User Experience. Nastaran Shoeibi, Francisco José García-Peñalvo and Roberto Therón Sánchez.
  • 61 – A Project-Based Learning Approach to Teach ‘Information Systems’ to Fourth Year Students of ICT Engineering through a ‘Quasi-MSc Format’. Josep Petchamé, Ignasi Iriondo, Daniel Amo-Filva, Eduard de Torres Gómez, Víctor Alves and Francesc Solanellas.
  • 63 – Exploring the possibilities of ChatGPT in students’ assignments: Some simple experiences. Sergio Arjona-Giner, Rafael Molina-Carmona and Faraón Llorens-Largo.
  • 80 – Mapping the topics, trends, and themes of education technology in legal education with topic modeling and network analysis. Kaisa Huhta, Sonsoles López-Pernas and Mohammed Saqr.
  • 87 – An OpenAI Integration Experience in a PBL Multimedia Project. Alberto Real-Fernández, Carlos J. Villagrá-Arnedo, Jesús Lorenzo-Gallego, Sara Morote-Baños, Daniel Giménez López-Torres, José D. Neme-Jerez and Alejandro Martínez-Gonzálvez.
  • 99 – Smart Adjustable Furniture — An EPS@ISEP 2023 Project. Astrid Pronczuk, Clement Mertz-Revol, Jan Hinzpeter, Julie Smeets, Mario Chmielik, Abel J. Duarte, Benedita Malheiro, Cristina Ribeiro, Jorge Justo, Manuel Silva, Paulo Ferreira and Pedro Guedes.
  • 109 – Lifelong Learning and Education 4.0 to Strengthen the Attraction of Extramural Research Funding. Jhonattan Miranda, Isabel Kreiner and Inés Álvarez-Icaza
  • 144 – A functional and multidimensional DSS prototype for students monitoring. Kristina Polotskaya, Alejandro Rabasa and Eugenio Canals.
  • 148 – Evaluate academic performance of Coursera courses integration, a case study of a collaborative smart learning. Pedro Filipe Oliveira and Paulo Matos.
  • 23 – Bridging the Gap: An Extended Challenge-Based Learning Framework for University-Industry Collaboration. Debora Cardador, Bruno Teixeira, Marcelo Pereira, Luciano Rodrigues, Carlos Gama, Rosa Ladeira, Gustavo Robichez and Rafael Nasser.


Welcome Reception