Author J. Waite
Jane Waite researches how programming is taught to primary learners (aged 5 to 11 years old) with particular focus on the role of design. Waite has worked in IT, as a school teacher and on a range of resource development and teacher support projects. Working at Queen Mary University of London, and previously at King’s College London, she has delivered a range of teacher education programmes and undertaken a variety of research projects. Work includes a review of the early use of the Micro: bit in schools, classroom studies of the PRIMM approach to teach programming projects, comparing the teaching of planning in writing to the teaching of design in programming.
Waite J. (2019) Applying Vygotsky’s Mediators to Review the Scaffolding in Unplugged Activities. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 355–356. Fulltext at

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