Task 3: Data- RepresentationCategory
Task 3 Data Representation- Option 3
This a great resources I have used before to introduce binary to students, all the resources ..
To get students to record data during class, you could play a short song a couple of times and each time get them to tally the amount of t..
This lesson was a really great introduction to binary using beads and making bracelets.
Our family code website provides a great idea for teaching the basic concepts of binary number to younger students using their hands.
This website link below is an example of a teacher resource a teacher can utilise to introduce Binary coding. It supports the process of “..
Useful Binary resource:
In early years students can read a book related to animals and use blabberize.com app. They can choose their favourite animal from the app..
lesson for introducing binary to students
A classroom activity that involves students encoding and decoding data can involve a teacher generating an Arecibo Signal usin..
Learning Experience for Pre-Primary- Year 3 age students.
When reading a particular story (for example- The Very Hungry Caterpillar). Y..
Introduce young students to binary code with a fun hands on activity creating binary bracelets.
I found this good intro to code which helped me understand the concept. The year 5 and 6 students in our school were also exposed to this
Since introducing picture elements to my class – we started with color-by-numbers then created pixel art with graph paper to show that eac..
Students create their own coded messages using binary code. They then exchange messages with a partner and decode each others message.
This is a great resource for teaching children how to use binary and it a creative way to teach it as well.
The activity is called Bina..
A great way for students to practice coding and decoding is using emojis to represent numbers in an addition or subtraction problem.
Recently, I had my first experience in an escape room with some friends. It was an experience I thoroughly enjoyed, where cracking codes a..
Each letter of the alphabet is paired with a rhythm of claps. For example, the letter ‘a’ is paired with two claps.
Coding and decoding is vital in digital text.
An activity that I am very fond of is like a scavenger hunt. It can be don..