Rebecca Webster▸ Task 3: Data- Representation

Traffic signals convey instructional information through simple visual forms, and are a real-world example of information coding that children are familiar with from a very early age. When traffic lights or street signs are incorporated into typical kindy and pre-primary playground activities, such as running around and riding scooters, children are required to decode the signals into actions, and follow the algorithm that the signs represent in combination. Children could take turns operating or moving the signs for the others to follow. They could also make up their own street signs, encoding actions that have no existing signs, e.g. "star jump" or "quack like a duck". #cserTask3

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