From Tim Bell, University of Canterbury
As part of the ongoing work to improve what is happening in computing in schools, we’d really appreciate it if you could complete our survey on Programming and Computer Science in schools. We’d love to hear from all high school Digital Technologies teachers, even if you’re not teaching Programming and Computer Science standards.
As an incentive, we’re giving $20 Westfield vouchers to the first 25 teachers to complete the full survey, and everyone else will be going in a draw for another 10 vouchers.
It’s completely confidential, and we’d love to get your honest opinions so that we can paint an accurate picture of what’s happening in NZ. Please encourage your colleagues to participate!
This project is being organised by Tim Bell (Canterbury), Peter Andreae (Victoria) and Anthony Robins (Otago).
The survey is at:
Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
University of Canterbury, NZ