Are you teaching coding to primary pupils?


At Queen Mary University of London, we are researching methods for teaching primary programming. We are looking at how teachers teach other subjects as well as programming. We are trying to find ways to re-use existing expertise and experience to make it easier to teach programming and for pupils to become more independent and make better progress in computing. 
 
We would be very grateful if you could complete our 15-minute survey. This will help us find out how you teach now and help us produce guidance and support for teachers.  

Thank you in advance. 

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