Task 3: Data- RepresentationCategory
Here is a seesaw activity where students make a poster advertisement and insert a QR code to the website
I would love to explore using QR codes for students to be able to share their knowledge by recording a sound file. This could then be disp..
With our Reception students, we plan to do an Emergency workers unit in term 3. As part of this, we will use a QR generator to link a soun..
Students could decode information in the form of pictures or symbols and make up and tell their own story. They could then voice record th..
Binary Numbers Game/Activity.
Here is a useful activity that could introduce the younger years to the idea of Binary numbers in an inte..
An activity to look at sound data with my Year 1s that would be interesting is to think about how we listen to and record sou..
Activity: Digital Stories with recorded narration.
- Students write a story in their literacy lesson..
In order to demonstrate the process of encoding and decoding data, I would use the alphabet to numeric cypher as an example (a=1, b=2, etc..
Students work in groups on presentations of different forms of communication through history (Morse code, fire signals, telephone, etc). T..
Puzzle Island is a book full of code puzzles to work out. It is a fun book to have the whole class work together to break the code and sol..
The resources that I have shared emphasis on being cyber smart. It educates us through video clips and activities for students to learn a..
I find the above resource us..
As listed in the Unit there are many ways data can be traced and contracted from our technology. One particular type of data is location s..
Option 1: Every link that is clicked in your name, leaves a mark or a ‘footprint’ which records location and time, and sometimes the devic..
A possible classroom activity that involves encoding and decoding could be doing sight words/phonics in a prep class. The teacher could put the sight words the students are learning on the projector board and the students could call these words out as the words appear on the smart screen. Here, students are students are translating the sequence of letters to sounds, and therefore encoding information. A possible decoding activity could involve the teacher verbally telling the class the sight words, and the students will write down how the word is spelt on their books. Here, the students are converting the words into the letters at which they are written as.
There are countless ways humans leave traces of personal information with the use of technology. For example, responding to scam emails, t..
I found an activity that focuses on finding the hidden message in a digital photo. This activity demonstrates to students, taht by them ta..
There are countless ways individuals leave traces of their personal identity using technology. Some examples include shopping online and s..
I found the above resource f..