Melissa Shearing▸ Task 6: Algorithms & Programming

Exploring sequences of instructions in early childhood #csertask6

I really like the idea of students finding their own action to provide instructions for. The only limit could be that they would need to pick something they can do in the classroom so that they can trial it in order to help them break down the instructions. This could be anything from washing hands to using a glue stick or packing your school bag at the end of the day.

Students could work in pairs and perhaps take photographs using the i-pads of the steps involved in their action. They could use these photos to make a sequencing task for their peers.

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