BT & Ipsos MORI report on Tech Literacy

BT and Ipsos MORI have published a report on tech literacy and the role of primary school teachers in setting children’s attitudes and aspirations.

This study builds on what they have learnt via the Barefoot Computing project and brings together the views of 400 primary school teachers across England, Scotland and Wales, as well as teachers and pupils from five schools who have been through the Barefoot Computing Project.

They hope the data and ideas will provide valuable insight into what teachers need to help make tech literacy a new cornerstone of modern education in primary schools, and will act as a spur to all who are committed to taking tech literacy to the next level.

Report and findings available below

 

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