Teach kids to program – a survey
September 7th, 2011
I’m doing some basic research on teaching kids to program computers. If you teach (or have taught) kids to program I’d value your response. I’m using zoomerang for this so if the survey doesn’t appear below try going to the direct page for it. If you know any ICT teachers (or just parents who teach their own kids to program – please pass this onto them.
I’ll post the results later here and on my Free Software Magazine blog.
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