Have you used 'unplugged' activities to teach KS3 and/or KS4 students? I am conducting action research at a Secondary school in order to investigate the teaching of Computer Science (CS) 'away from the computer'. This field of study has not been researched as extensively as other subjects; which include, Mathematics, Physics etc. We all appreciate how critical it is to establish effective ways in which to teacher CS and which pedogical strategies will have positive impacts on students' views of the CS. [This comment/section/image has been removed for breaching our Community Guidelines/Terms and conditions] For your reference, I have included the three main research questions in my study. Research questions 1. Is constructivism an effective pedagogical method for teaching Computer Science? 2. Are ‘unplugged’ activities effective teaching and learning strategies for teaching Computer Science? 3. Do ‘unplugged’ activities have a positive impact on students’ views of Computer Science? Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete the questionnaire.