Thank you for supporting your child(ren) in taking a Canada Learning Code experience!
Canada Learning Code is committed to reaching people traditionally excluded from tech and code, and increasing diversity in the tech and code field. We invite you to complete a survey to help us learn more about your child(ren) and their learning experiences.
What information will we collect about your child(ren)?
This 10-minute survey will ask about how the Canada Learning Code experience has impacted your child(ren)’s interest, confidence and skills in tech and code. We will not collect your or your child(ren)’s names in this survey.
Do you have to participate?
No, your participation in this survey is voluntary. You do not have to participate if you do not want to. Even if you agree to participate, you can still leave at any time. You do not need to answer certain survey questions if you do not want to. Your decision to participate in this survey or to answer all survey questions will not affect your child(ren)’s participation in any Canada Learning Code experiences in any way.
What are the possible benefits and risks for you or your child(ren)?
There are no direct benefits for you or your child(ren) if you take this survey. However, the information you provide will help us understand how our experiences have reached and impacted young participants like your child(ren), and how we could improve our experiences.
We do not believe that you will experience any significant risks to your wellbeing by taking this survey.
How will we protect you and your child(ren)’s information?
Your responses to this survey are ANONYMOUS and will NOT be linked to any of your or your child(ren)’s identifying information.
Any information about you or your child(ren) is confidential. We will securely store it and only use it for program evaluation and improvement purposes. We will not share it with anyone outside of Canada Learning Code. Results and reports will only contain aggregate information about all participants of Canada Learning Code experiences, without any of your or your child(ren)’s identifying information.