Quick Read: Using PRIMM to structure programming lessons

24 September 2020

PRIMM is an approach that can help teachers structure lessons in programming. PRIMM stands for Predict, Run, Investigate, Modify and Make, representing different stages of a lesson, or series of lessons. PRIMM promotes discussion between learners about how programs work, and the use of starter programs to encourage the reading of code before writing.

You can read more about using PRIMM to structure programming lessons in our latest Pedagogy Quick Read and check out our previous Quick Reads here.

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