Tanya Nigro▸ F-6 Digital Technologies MOOC


I chose to use Glogster to create an interactive poster that explained Binary. This interactive poster allows the students to read information about Binary, connect to a website describing the history, two interactive games and videos. This then caters for all different types of learners. 
For younger year levels I would explore as a whole class providing plenty of time for discussion in-between each section. For upper year levels I would allow the students to explore the poster and then discuss it at the end. For all year levels I would then go over the key points of how the binary system works and then provide hands on experience such having four students up the front. Each students is given a card with a 0 on one side and 1 on the other and as a class create numbers 1 to 10. 
Extension activity: Allocate a number to each letter of the alphabet and get the students to write their name in binary. #csertask3

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