Sunday, June 26, 2011

Delicious Resources on Digital Footprints & More

Right now, I'm doing a deep investigation into the "curriculum wisdom" paradigm, which has a large "backwards design" component with a 3S (subject, student, society) overlay. As part of the unit I am developing, I am parking lots of resources for both "reverse instruction" (also called "flip instruction") and digital footprints on my bookmarking site, Delicious. Eventually, I will post more in-depth curriculum ideas regarding both. Among other ideas, I am planning a unit around avatars and QR codes. "QR" stands for quick response, and it is a barcode that can link to multiple kinds of data, including URL links, addresses, and text. I just read an article recently about companies wanting more artistic bar codes for their products, they call them "vanity barcodes" (see Wall Street Journal). That could be a fun lesson, too, now that I think about it...

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