I have a ton of awesome design work to show off from the Breakfast Club edition of ds106 (a.k.a the K12 edition 🙂 ), but I want to take a quick moment and feature two alternative book cover assignments done by Anna. She had an idea for an alternative book cover for Peter Benchley’s Jaws, and frankly I think it is brilliant!
And as any gambler knows, keep going when you are on a roll, her next creation was a literal cover fro R.L Stine’s Goosebumps.
Brilliant! And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. What is immediately apparent to me is that they’re having fun doing it, and that’s a vision Tom Woodward has both articulated and embodied for years. What’s exciting to me is that ds106 has become a manifestation of that fun in my own teaching and learning like no other experience I’ve been part of before. I’ll do a more comprehensive post about the awesome design work they churned out today, but for know enjoy the genius!
Those really are wonderful. Remapping figurative titles onto literal bodies is gold.