Send Your Students on a Scavenger Hunt #antiworksheet

2016-12-12_0954by Kristie Burk, DASD Coordinator of Cyber and Blended Learning

Instead of having your students do a worksheet…

ask them to do a QR code scavenger hunt. This idea was suggested to me by Linda Morley, Downingtown science teacher. She created QR codes and put them all around the room; students had to find the QR codes and scan the code to get a “clue.” The students were allowed to work with up to 2 other students.

Creating QR codes is easy.  Google Chrome has extensions that you can install to automatically create a QR code for whatever site you’re visiting.  There are also sites and apps like QR Stuff, QR-code-generator, QR code maker, etc.


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