100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Coding is packed with easy-to-follow and practical activities that will give every teacher the confidence to teach pupils how to code.
Martin Burrett is a primary teacher, speaker, editor of UKEd magazine and administrator for Twitter's UKEdChat. Martin has written widely on educational issues for many journals and is the author of Bloomsbury Curriculum Basics: Teaching Primary Computing. Follow him on Twitter: @ICTmagic.
Martin Burrett never fails to amaze - on Twitter, at a TeachMeet,
with #UKEdChat and, in this case, in his books. He knows computers,
he knows primary education and he knows how to engage pupils in
their learning! This book covers all aspects of primary coding that
teachers need in the classroom. -- Liam Murphy, Junior School
Assistant Head, @ThisIsLiamM
What I found most useful is the coverage of the wider curriculum beyond Computing. Burrett provides cross-curricular links with other subjects such as P.E., Art, D&T, Maths, English, Science, Geography, History and Music. By doing so it makes it easier to see the links between coding and a variety of other areas. -- Portia Anane-Busia, UKEdChat