Peita Bates▸ Task 3: Data- Representation

Quite a basic one from me this time as there seems to be a lot of excellent resources already shared.

I use the date as a way of showing differed encoding/decoding. As we progress through the term students are given a decoding sheet and I write the date on the board in different formats (when they get good, I might even combine different ones).

Sometimes it is binary, other times braille, sign language etc.

Unfortunately, I haven't saved my worksheet off my school computer for the holidays but I just sourced images online and created a double sided A4 sheet that they could refer to. Once we have done focussed work on binary for example, they aren't allowed to use the sheet as a reference.


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